Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Mysterious Case of the Extra Accidental

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I love detective mysteries, whether the detectives are cerebral like Sherlock Holmes, witty and cultured like Lord Peter Wimsey or […]


Make Your Summer Plans Now!

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It’s that time of year when we are dreaming of summer. Summer is the perfect time to put some extra […]


How Seth Godin Improved My Teaching

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Seth Godin is an author and marketing guru and the man behind the idea of permission marketing. In his daily […]


The Four C’s of Pedal and Lever Markings

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I have an ancient copy of Britten’s  A Ceremony of Carols. I first started learning the piece when I was […]


Money 101 – Tips for Young Professional Musicians

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If you are starting a career in music or are thinking about being a professional musician someday, you will need […]


Music of Joseph Schwantner at the University of Delaware

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On Thursday, February 21, New Music Delaware will present a chamber concert of music by Joseph Schwanter, conducted by Dr. […]


Use GPS to Achieve Your Goals

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The GPS that we use everyday stands for Global Positioning System. It is a system of 24 satellites that orbit […]


More Spring Pieces to Learn Now

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POST UPDATE: I was asked for some suggestions for prelude or offertory solos for lever harp. My apologies for not […]


Spring Pieces to Learn Now

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Easter is only six weeks away, and those weeks will be filled with church concerts with choir and orchestra. In […]


Seven Ways to Improve your Aural Skills THIS WEEK in 5 minutes a day

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What are aural skills? The study of Aural Skills, also called ear training, is the study of pitch, scales, chords, […]