Missed our “Live” event? You can still enjoy the experience …
Two Hour Live Webinar + Lesson and Reference Materials
How and what you practice will have a huge impact on your development as a player, but as you will learn in this workshop, one method does not have to fit all. In this live webinar, we will discuss how we both approached learning in our early years and how our practice routines have evolved over the years. We will highlight where we are different and where we are the same in our approaches and how each method can be utilized to benefit players of all skill levels.
- Practice Environment
- Monitoring Your Progress
- Equipment / Tools
- Practice Tips
- Where To Begin?
- What to Practice
- General Technique Exercises
- Committing Things to Memory
- Working with the program Transcribe!
- Phrasing – (How to get started)
- Exercises for Advanced Beginner and Intermediates
- Studying Other Players
- Understanding What Makes Something Great
- And more…
HOW DO I DOWNLOAD THIS WORKSHOP?
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Please check your “JUNK MAIL“
If you don’t see that email, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Roly’s Workshop Goals:
My approach to teaching is focused on developing a player’s ears – playing, listening and “getting deep inside” what makes something sound great. Then showing you how to get there yourself, using effective techniques.
“I learned to play by ear, and even today, have only a basic understanding of music theory. What I do have, is 45 years experience as a working harp player – on stage and in the studio – always having to adapt to a wide variety of musical situations. That’s been the best training ground any player could ask for.”
So besides passing on a few new licks, my goal is to open your eyes and ears to some new ways of approaching playing – ways that will ultimately help you become not just a better harp player, but a better musician as well.
Feel free to email me. I’m here to help.