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Jazz Violinist Jason Anick on Creative Strings Podcast Episode 5

Posted by Christian Howes on January 18, 2015 at 12:15am 0 Comments

Listen: “Jazz Violinist Jason Anick on practice routines, getting the gig, and striving – Creative Strings Podcast Ep. 5”…

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Improvised Bach: A Case Study In Classical Improvisation

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private lesson syllabus, non-major

Started by Deb Stotelmyer in Violin Jul 16, 2013. 0 Replies

after teaching a college student for 2 semesters, my Korean student now emails and requests a syllabus for her studies.....AND she "can't" email me copies of the notebook I used! I have taught college level private students for 30 years, usually…Continue

Helping students stay organized in their music studies.

Started by Brian O'Keefe in Music Schools (college level). Last reply by Classical Music City Dec 11, 2012. 1 Reply

Hello Everyone,I wanted to introduce you to the "Musicians (Notebook) for Lecture and Notation". I developed this notebook to help music students stay organized in their studies. Works great for singer/songwriters, private lessons, theory,…Continue

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