NEW Coloring Book by Becky with Playing Tips. Free Shipping.

There are 10 pages in this unique music coloring book. Size is 8.5 by 11. Free Shipping. See Cover and several of pages here.
Use with Gel Pen, crayon, colored pencil or markers.
Note that Practice tips in their completion are printed on each page.

1. Play Music You Love
2. Practice Backwards: For a difficult passage, start with the end of the phrase and add previous note, one at a time.
3. Practice with Metronome
4. Just do It
5. Garden Ensemble (Picture from front and back cover).
6. Relax: Piano Teachers say “Drop Your Shouders”, relax arms wrists, fingers. But if thumbs or wrists droop, watch out for alligator bites!
Other Instruments: Recognize body stress points – shake out muscles when they tense, hold instrument ergonomically; perhaps learn yoga or meditation.

7. Sleep On It
8. Express Yourself
9. Be Ready to Play when the Conductor Lifts the Baton
10. Play for the Team: Play for the team. Always be mindful that you’re part of a collective sound. Never try to stick out. Listen to the players around you and blend in terms of sound and intonation.
- From New York Musician and Education, Timothy Judd

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There are 10 pages in this unique music coloring book. Size is 8.5 by 11. Free Shipping. See Cover and several of pages here. Use with Gel Pen, crayon, colored pencil or markers. Note that Practice tips in their completion are printed on each page. 1. Play Music You Love 2. Practice Backwards: For a difficult passage, start with the end of the phrase and add previous note, one at a time. 3. Practice with Metronome 4. Just do It 5. Garden Ensemble (Picture from front and back cover). 6. Relax: Piano Teachers say “Drop Your Shouders”, relax arms wrists, fingers. But if thumbs or wrists droop, watch out for alligator bites! Other Instruments: Recognize body stress points – shake out muscles when they tense, hold instrument ergonomically; perhaps learn yoga or meditation. 7. Sleep On It 8. Express Yourself 9. Be Ready to Play when the Conductor Lifts the Baton 10. Play for the Team: Play for the team. Always be mindful that you’re part of a collective sound. Never try to stick out. Listen to the players around you and blend in terms of sound and intonation. - From New York Musician and Education, Timothy Judd
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