Category Archives: Timing

“Fast Notes:” A Problem in Low Brass Instruction

My son, who is now eleven, began taking violin lessons at age six. While he has occasionally had the opportunity to perform in small ensembles of some kind, his musical experience thus far has consisted primarily of working alone on … Continue reading

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Right Treatment Requires Right Diagnosis

If I had gone into medicine instead of music, my income would likely be considerably higher than it is. That statement is obviously true, and it is true for a reason. Not only do physicians train for longer than I … Continue reading

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