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. Advertisements
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
From the folks at Musicnotes.com: Sight reading seems to be one of those challenges that either a beginning musician loves or has recurring nightmares about. For those of us in the latter category, we’ve consulted with music educators who specialize in the important skill of sight reading music to make it less scary and (maybe … More 10 Sight Reading Tips
Check out this article and video by Tomlin Leckie: http://tomlinharmonicalessons.com/why-you-need-to-practice-things-slowly/ Great article, I could not emphasize more how much this helps, its the hardest thing for me to get some students to do! The overwhelming desire to play faster A lot of you will be in the good habit of practicing things with a metronome. … More Practice Slow!
What a great tune, some of my students are working on this piece Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring http://hgs.co.jp/en/garden-art/xylophone-of-forest.html