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At the $4 pledge level on my Patreon page, I use my Facebook page (700+ likes), Google Plus profile (400+ followers), Twitter account (2,500+ followers), and my award-winning Music Education Blog to help promote a fellow Patreon creator's creation.
Today, I'd like to feature another cool creation by #Patreon creator IceRequiem. This original mus...Read Full Post »
|Posted on September 6, 2015 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
I occasionally get commissions to write a cappella arrangements. All of my arrangement commissions are licensed for online streaming to make them in compliance with US Copyright code, and often the group requesting the arrangement will send me a recording of their group performin...Read Full Post »
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"Simply Summer" is a piano improvisation created in the final days of July with typical summer weather as an inspiration.
This summer, I have spent a lot of time at the keyboard attempting to improve my piano proficiency. I took two years of private lessons as a kid and the required piano lab courses in ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on July 3, 2015 at 9:05 AM||comments (0)|
In addition to the videos I have on YouTube that showcase my original compositions, I am enjoying bringing several public doma...Read Full Post »
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Seven years ago, I left the beaten path of the 30-year high school band director career and took on a job as a band and strings teacher at a small performing arts program attached to a cyber charter school. My passion for music and my love of technology found a marriage at this sc...Read Full Post »
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When it comes to being creative, most people dabble but do not commit to long-term exploration of their creativity. Many of us have a great sense of artistry dwelling within us, but we lack the experience to bridge the gap between what we are capable of producing today and where our creative brain wants to take us. This gap is frustrating, and it's the reason most people give up.
Who doesn't give up? How about Parry Gripp ...Read Full Post »
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