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Rhythm is not a byproduct of playing the flute. It should be at the essence of your music making.


Becoming a Better Musician, Part II: Your Vocals

Part I

This is the second of two parts in a couplet called “Becoming a Better Musician”. The goal of these posts is to offer practical ways worship leaders can grow in their musicianship now. 527 more words


How to Produce Music

Tony Visconti is the producers’ producer.  If you have heard any popular music at all, in the last four or five decades, then the chances are high that you’ve heard his work.  535 more words

Musicianship Project: Recorder

For this project, I decided to arrange Colors of the Wind from Disney’s Pocahontas. Arranging this piece, I realized that it is more complex than many of the songs we had done in class. 157 more words


What does it take for an artist to get taken seriously?

Some people may know (and some may not) that One Direction’s latest album, “Made In the A.M.,” was released on Friday. There has been a lot of speculation about it being their last. 509 more words

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Becoming a Better Musician, Part I: Your Instrument

My worship-leading career began with an injury. I grew up playing baseball, as did my three brothers. It was my freshman year of high school when my back began having pain that only got worse. 748 more words


Musicianship Project - Recorder




From creating, teaching, and performing an original recorder ensemble piece, I was able to learn the range of the recorder, which notes a recorder is and isn’t able to play, how to write for more than one instrument in a younger level/age environment, and how to teach it in a way that is understandable by many different age levels. 193 more words