Tag Archives: musical

The Bridge from Practice to Performance

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Do you need a bridge to take you from practice to performance? Do you feel like you’re missing something, because […]


Your Creativity Engine – Is It on Idle?

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Creativity is not something we generally associate with music practice.  Our practice is more often about repetition and correction than […]


Making Music Practice Musical Practice

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Do you just practice your music, or is your practice musical as well? Does your practice feel like just a […]


7 Steps to More Beautiful Scales

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Scales aren’t just about technique. Scales happen in “real” music too, and when we need to play them, we want […]


5 Ways to Make Your (Musical) Life Easier

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Wouldn’t we all like to make our lives easier? I certainly could use help with that myself. For me, everything […]


Do Your Performances Have the Inevitability Factor?

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The most memorable concert I ever attended was a performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations by pianist Edward Aldwell.  This work, […]


Living a Musical Legacy

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Each of us is a product of our upbringing. That’s no less true in music than in a family. Our […]