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
- 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
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
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
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