Tag Archives: sightreading

You (Yes, YOU!) Can Read Music Better!

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Yes, YOU can read music better – faster, more easily and fluently – whether you’re already an accomplished musician or […]


You CAN Improve Your Sightreading

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For some musicians, sightreading remains the last great mystery. They can practice; they can perform. But the idea of sightreading […]


Sightreading in Slow Gear? The Three Things You Must Fix

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Sightreading too slow? Learn the three critical factors that may be holding you back.


5 Reasons Holiday Music is a Great Teaching Tool

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Holiday music is always part of my students’ lessons at this time of year. Often it’s just fun for them […]


3 Reasons You Need to Attend Harp Mastery Day

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Saturday, June 22 I will be giving workshops at “Lark Music Presents Anne Sullivan’s Harp Mastery.” I am very excited […]


Some Lessons I Learned

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In today’s post I share with you some of the lessons I have learned on my musical journey. I am […]


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, […]


Why You Need to Practice Hands Separately – Now!

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Hands separately! Those words are in every one of my lesson assignment books starting when I was four years old. […]


Sightreading – the MASTER System

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Sightreading, a word that can cause the palms of even experienced musicians to sweat. Perhaps that’s because it is the […]


The Why of Key Signatures

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At some point in every music student’s life comes the moment when she must learn all the key signatures. And […]