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Did you Like the Song and Style?
Did you Like the Song and Style?

Lastly, think about what should come next, i.e., what now? Did you like the song and style you did? Are you doing too many of this kind of song or do you need to explore this area more? Was the piece too much for you or too easy, too high, too fast, too comfortable? Where ...

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Blog posts in March, 2011

  • Was the Audience Moved?

    Next after your performance, do you think your audience was moved? How effective were you in reaching them? Were they noticing your music or worrying ...

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  • Notice Your Mistakes

    Next, notice your mistakes and why you made them. Did you make mistakes you weren't expecting, or were they in places you expected, places that had ...

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  • After Your First Performance

    DEBRIEF: OK, so now that you had that performance, what should you do? Be glad you're still alive? Seriously, first, congratulate yourself on what you ...

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  • Fast Tempo

    Whoa Nelly! Practice once a day setting the tempo deliberately too fast - at a speed you know will cause mistakes. It'll help make problem sections ...

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  • Mentally Freak Out

    Spooks - if you get stuck on a place in the song, and mentally/psychologically freak out at a spot or several spots in a song, play/sing through the ...

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  • First and Last

    1st thing in every practice, last thing in every practice, 1st thing in every lesson: play/sing the song straight through without breaks. Don't stop ...

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  • Make Up

    Make up. Actors on TV and in the movies, even news reporters and politicians, wear make up on screen or stage. Why? Because from a distance, without ...

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  • Ping Pong Balls

    Here are some ideas from our recital handout to get you ready for that single performance. Ping-Pong balls. Once a day get someone to try and distract ...

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  • 2/5th

    2/5 th of students are focused on details, perfection. 2/5 th are focused on getting all the way through the song, creating emotion. Which are you - ...

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