the meaning of the word spring

the meaning of the word spring (Photo credit: onkel_wart (busy))

It’s Spring Break!  Not only that, it’s Spring!

Can’t get better than that.

Today there are birds singing, warm temperatures, lots and lots of sunshine, daffodils, forsythia, and little blue flowers.  Practicing with all the windows and the back door open feels great!  But of course I’d rather be able to practice outside.  Maybe it’s time to take up the piccolo.  Or bagpipes.

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Two reviews caught my interest recently.

Support for programming music outside the norm:

Testimony to why the vibrancy of performances is crucial:

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OK, back to Spring Break mode.

Please share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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Spring Break is the perfect time to improve your practice skills!  My book will save you hours of time and a ton of frustration.  Also available in print.

Goal-oriented Practice
Review by pianist and conductor Andrei Strizek

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