Monthly Archives: October 2012

Protected: OK2A: Yellow Belt Test

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Protected: OK2A: Orange Belt Test

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Protected: OK2A: White Belt Test

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Need Literature?

Have you heard of IMSLP? It stands for International Music Score Library Project, a site dedicated to preserving electronically classical music literature. If you’ve been instructed to purchase a particular piece of music (or a book of etudes!), give this

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Smarter Practice- Tips from a Jazz Violinist

I happened to come across this article recently- it’s a must- read! This guy is a very accomplished jazz violinist, and he sheds some insight into his opportunistic attitude toward practice. I agree with his message: take every music- based

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Rehearsing fast sections of music

If you’ve ever experienced the terror of sitting through an orchestra rehearsal where the notes are flying around you and you’re lost beyond hope, this post is for you! That feeling, you may be relieved to know, occurs in most

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