Category Archives: classical music

Music Colors My Life!

Musical notes, beats, rests, keys, sharps, flats, major, minor, staff, treble clef, bass clef, rhythms, voices, moods, time signatures, adagio, allegro, forte, chant, chamber, carols, classical, dynamics, fermata, leitmotifs, sonata, staff, concerto, tones, voices – all this and more characterize … Continue reading

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Building a Repertoire

Days, weeks and months filled with music and singing. Dr. Kay┬áSmith Paulsen. Practice, practice and more practice. Daily. Passive and active listening and learning. Hard work, diligence, and love for music compels me to continue. Private lessons and group work … Continue reading

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