Have you wondered what historical performance practice is? Do you ever wonder if it’s necessary for musicians?
It can seem like a waste, but there are plenty of benefits to following performance practice. Read on to learn more!
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Playing arrangements…that’s ridiculous. But does it have to be? If you only stick to original works, you can limit yourself and your music.
So consider how arrangements can add to your repertoire. Then, you can choose pieces you want to play and share with an audience. Soon enough, you’ll be able to get better at your instrument and learn fun pieces.
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Are you looking for some new flute sheet music? Whether you prefer to shop in person or online, there’s an option for you. I’ve found sheet music in tons of places, and I want to share some of them.
Before you go out and look for sheet music, consider the following places. Then, you can have access to the biggest possible selection of sheet music.
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Have you ever thought to yourself, “I don’t practice enough”? What about “I should practice way more than I do”? Many music tips and tricks say you should practice more, but that’s not always the best option.
You have a lot to consider when deciding if you should really practice more, or if you need to FOCUS your practice sessions more. Because more doesn’t always equal better.
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The new year means new goals and resolutions for people in all walks of life. For musicians, those resolutions can focus on practicing or professional development.
Are you looking for tips and ideas for how to set goals for the year? Or do you need some inspiration for the goals to set? Keep reading for all of that and more! Continue reading “Musical New Year’s Resolutions and Goals”