One of my friends from way back is Lance Cummins, a fellow business owner and musician. How far back? Well, you may have heard me talk before about my first album way back in 2000 that was so bad that it never got released. Lance was in the studio that day. In fact, I recorded […]
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I wrote last week about Vitabase moving out of our warehouse and our decision to move out too. A big problem related to that is that we have been sharing employees with Vitabase for some time, and with them moving, we can’t do that anymore. Over the past six months, as I anticipated this coming, I have […]
I am not a child rearing expert, largely because I don’t have the experience to be. I am not qualified to give advice really, and this post is not intended to be that. Rather, it is a summary of some things I have been pondering in regards to child rearing. I am not an expert […]
Someone was over at the house when I was practicing yesterday and noticed me repeating a 4-bar phrase over and over for a long time. Later on, she asked me how she could get her children to practice that way. As it turns out her children are like almost all children; they practice by playing songs all the way through and rarely stop to practice on problem areas.
I found myself today at Atlanta Symphony Hall watching an event where the ASO was attempting to instill a love for classical music in children. Sadly, they did not succeed.
Thoughts on the reason for my DVD courses.
Your child needs to learn this skill. Here is a simple way to get them started.
I am not sure if music competitions are good or bad for children. But there are things worth thinking about.