Do you need help reading music? Now’s your chance to get everything you need through a series of lessons found right here. Start with the basics and progress through the more difficult stuff. Everyone is sure to find something they’ve never learned before.
Music Reading Diagnosis
We can all learn a thing or two from the famous composer John Williams. Find out why consistent practice has been the key to his success.
Most people are okay with the requirements of a music audition except for the sight reading portion. That’s where they would rather crawl into a hole and hope for the best. (Sound familiar?) It doesn’t have to be this way, especially if you are working on it all the time.
Why do we delay making decisions, put off tasks that need to get done, and avoid doing the things that need our attention? Learn how you can get rid or your procrastination problem once and for all.
Learning how to sight read music is one of the best things you can do for yourself. Try adding some of these tips for sight reading music into your daily plan on action.
Are you having a hard time reading music? Stop tearing your hair out. I am about to share with you how I overcame this hurdle and you can too by learning to sight read music.
Do you feel like you can’t read music fast enough? Do the notes fly by faster in your music than your brain can comprehend? Don’t worry. I think we all feel like this at times, especially early on in our music learning. Learn how you can develop music speed reading.
Today, we are going to talk about developing patience. When we live in a world of instant gratification, it is difficult to remember that the real thrill of acquiring anything is earning it. This requires sustenance, stamina, and patience in order to work at something over a long period of time.
If you’re not seeing any progress, it’s very likely that you need to change some of your music habits. In order to do that, you first have to become aware of what you are actually doing.
Developing the practicing mind means staying focused on the process, keeping in the present, making the process your goal, and being intentional.