Snowshoeing adventure to the local park…was so nice to snow shoe here and find a beautiful stream with autumn and winter colors! Source: winter side creek Photo by David LaMay — National Geographic Your Shot
Unfortunately, if musicians often don’t learn to improvise early on, when they finally have the opportunity they are hesitant. “We fear being judged by others,” he says. “The trick is to dismiss that fear and play on.” Aside from the self-gratification and joy, improvising can open doors. “If you can play spontaneously in a variety … More Quick tips on Improv
Here is my band at rehearsal last week, me on tenor sax, had a few air issues getting warmed up, not bad for a small room recording.
Clarinet Ornamentation Techniques by Milan Milosevic Note from Legere: Musical ornaments are the flourishs, trills, and fills that are not central to a melodic line but are added by performers to provide a sense of character and style to a piece; almost as if the artist is decorating a piece with their own contribution. In this … More Ornamentation