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the Green Zone

Final Movement

Flash Fiction

by Charles McKelvy

“Tighten up on the reed.”

He tightened up on the reed.

“Better. A little more.”

He pushed the clarinet farther into his mouth and tightened his embouchure around the mouthpiece. 102 more words

Clarinet

THINGS YOU WILL NEVER HEAR FROM YOUR KID'S MUSIC TUTOR / SPORTS COACH

- He’s really talentless, isn’t he?

- Sweetie, I know you feel have to drive him around to all these expensive lessons, because motherhood. Don’t do it. 140 more words

DAILY

Let's Talk - Equipment Part 3 - lesson resources

We’ve spoken about getting lessons in part 2, but now it’s time to consider what you’ll learn from. When it comes to lesson resources, your tutor will tell you which books they work from, or what resources to go with. 725 more words

Violin

How to Practise When You're Not Really Practising - Piano Teacher in Wallsend, NSW

Sometimes we just need to mix things up a bit. Practise can become mundane and boring and concentration wanes. I wrote two weeks ago about… 263 more words

Kathi's number one practice tip? Stumble over your guitar!

Make sure you place your instrument in a place that you pass by and see often for ease of practicing and to keep it fresh in your mind to remind you to practice. 144 more words

Melody Music Studios

Let's Talk - Equipment Part 2 - lessons

By now, I’m assuming you’ve got your violin (if you haven’t, then I suggest you check part 1 of this guide!) so it’s time to talk lessons. 494 more words

Violin

Motivation and Progress in Music Lessons: Own Choice Practice Material

I would like to share a post from Noa Kageyama’s excellent blog with you.

It stresses the importance of (self-)motivation in the practice process; particularly what happens if a student chooses their own repertoire. 378 more words

Musicianship