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TITLE: Starting Breathing Exercises to Encourage Air Capacity Growth

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DATE: June 15, 2020

Curated from 4themusiceducator.com – by Bill Stevens – Musicians who require the use of their air to perform will benefit from “Starting Breathing Exercises to Encourage Air Capacity Growth.” Whether you are a brass, woodwind or even a vocalist musician, breathing, and effective airflow, is an absolute necessity to perform. In addition, increasing your knowledgebase is a great way to […]

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TITLE: The Drive of Top Tubist Aaron Tindall

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DATE: May 28, 2020

Curated from The Yamaha Educator Suite – by Ben Nussbaum – “I’m kind of hard-wired to do things at a pretty intense level,” says Aaron Tindall. “In the low brass field, you just have to be relentless.”  And Tindall expects the same passion from his students. “He’s one of the most hard-working people I’ve ever met,” says TJ Graf, one […]

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TITLE: Developing the Optimum Clarinet Tongue Position – By Dr. Tracy Heavner

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DATE: May 27, 2020

Curated from Bandworld – this is such an important topic for producing good pitch and sound on the clarinet – Introduction – A clarinetist’s tongue position is perhaps one of the most important components of successful playing since it has a direct effect on tone, intonation, response and the ability to articulate quickly. In addition, the ideal clarinet tone, which […]

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TITLE: The Influence of Jazz: Resources for Your Students

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DATE: May 26, 2020

Your students could spend WEEKS going through all of the resources in this post – curated from J.W. Pepper – by Mary Rogelstad – Throughout the years, J.W. Pepper has been fortunate to interview many jazz musicians who have shared their experiences perfecting these jazz basics, along with explaining how to make them accessible to students. Here are some of […]

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TITLE: Adapting Your Recital Online

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DATE: April 30, 2020

Curated from MusicEducatorsResources.com – for any kind of music recital – If your head wasn’t already spinning from having to adapt to online lessons, the “hot topic” right now seems to have shifted to holding an online recital. Recitals are a ton of work as it is, and then to add in a whole new way of doing things, it […]

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TITLE: Online Jazz Education Resources For Teachers

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DATE: April 14, 2020

Curated from MusTech.Net – by Dr. Joseph M. Pisano – A number of people have been asking me to refer them to online Jazz Resources or Jazz Resources for Teachers that are able to be found or used online with their students. I have a number of posts on MusTech.Net related to this topic, but some are older and somewhat […]

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