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5 Finger Warm-Ups
Start your practice session out right. My Music Olympiad provides a simple way to get your fingers and your brain moving. Focus on specific aspects of musicianship while working towards an Olympic style medal.
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As we’ve started working on our warm-ups, one of the first areas of focus is our posture. Here are some of the tips we are working on. Please feel free to add your favorite posture tips in the comment … Continue reading
Are you familiar with chord inversions? The concept of flipping a chord around into different positions is a fundamental concept in music theory. However, did you know that chord inversions are great ways to practice fingering in warm-ups, and also … Continue reading
My students think it is sort of funny that I let them “cheat” in their music lessons. By “cheating,” I tell them I want them to use any resource available to learn their music properly while they are practicing. Learning … Continue reading
If you can then maybe you may want to consider learning this awesome piece. Organists need to be able to multi-task, and this piece is one of the best examples I have seen. Watch this and you’ll go back to … Continue reading
I don’t think so, but Jarrod Radnich can. Here is an awesome performance of a popular song. Watching a performance is a great way to get yourself in the mood to practice. Or even to reward yourself for a good … Continue reading
This month I worked with a lot of my teenage students to find “current” music that they wanted to learn to play. It can be difficult to find pieces that excite them from a repertoire of classical music and traditional … Continue reading