Archive | February, 2012
The Lost Art of Improvisation
Origins Musicians have been improvising for as long as there has been music. When prehistoric man first banged on a makeshift drum, or blew down a hollowed out bone with holes in it, he had [...]

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Tips for Practicing With a Metronome
Why Use A Metronome? Using a metronome to keep the beat while you practice can benefit your playing in many ways. The most important reason is that its always right. Musicians, even the best musicians, [...]

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Marco Pierobon – New CD – SoLo!
Published in September 2011, the first solo recording of Marco Pierobon, member of the Gomalan Brass quintet ( – Italy) and former Principal Trumpet with two of the two top Italian Symphony Orchestras (Maggio Musicale [...]

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