Tips for Playing in an Orchestra Card ASSORTMENT

The whimsical cards have serious or humorous orchestra tips on the back. This series is new, and so far there are 6, so you receive duplicates of the first two. The set contains eight 4 X 6 cards with envelopes. The inside is blank.

Becky has painted on acrylic and photographed to reproduce the cards. Prints can be purchased in the form of post cards, cards or any size prints. (Send an email if you need a different size or even a poster of the print.) Also, If you would like to see another orchestra tip added to the series or if you would like to order all of one tip, send us a note at RMChaffee1@Comcast.net. Note that if you buy more than two sets, we will get free shipping via rebate with product shipment.

Cards in this series have the following practice tips on the back.:
1. "Put Your Ears Out On Stalks"
2. "After playing an erroneous note, Do Not make a face. It's best to make it obvious that it came from your neighbor."
3. "Listen to recordings and live performances of your orchestra music. Notice how your part fits and blend with other parts."
4. Be ready to play when the conductor lifts the baton. A "Color Me Card".
5. "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." - by New York musician and music educator, Timothy Judd , A "Color Me Card"
6. Only Leave Your Cell Phone On if it is in the Right Key.
7. Feel the Rhythm. Don’t Rush Fast Passages - Note subdivisions within main beats. Metronomes are good.
Metronomes are fun.
8. Practice as if You are Performing. (Every note should have good tone, dynamics and phrasing.)

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The whimsical cards have serious or humorous orchestra tips on the back. The set contains eight 4 X 6 cards with envelopes. The inside is blank. Becky has painted on acrylic and photographed to reproduce the cards. Prints can be purchased in the form of post cards, cards or any size prints. (Send an email if you need a different size or even a poster of the print.) Also, If you would like to see another orchestra tip added to the series or if you would like to order all of one tip, send us a note at RMChaffee1@Comcast.net. Note that if you buy more than two sets, there is free shipping via rebate with product shipment. Cards in this series have the following practice tips on the back.: 1. "Put Your Ears Out On Stalks" 2. "After playing an erroneous note, Do Not make a face. It's best to make it obvious that it came from your neighbor." 3. "Listen to recordings and live performances of your orchestra music. Notice how your part fits and blend with other parts." 4. Be ready to play when the conductor lifts the baton. A "Color Me Card". 5. 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. - by New York musician and music educator, Timothy Judd, A "Color Me Card" 6. Only Leave Your Cell Phone On if it is in the Right Key. 7. Feel the Rhythm. Don’t Rush Fast Passages - Note subdivisions within main beats. Metronomes are good. Metronomes are fun. 8. Practice as if You are Performing. (Every note should have good tone, intonation, dynamics and phrasing.)
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