Monthly Archives: June 2013

I chose you…


I chose you because you are the person who makes me happy. You are the one who’s always on my mind. Because for you I risked everything by telling you all that I felt and I didn’t care. You are the one who leaves me thinking all day; always asking myself “where are you? What […]

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Effortless


It’s easy for you to promise and not commit just throw a bone and exclaim “get over it” It’s child’s play in saying yes just to excuse yourself abandon all thought and exile yourself from a life It’s simple in stating that you’re busy never worry not looking sideways just yourself It’s effortless in not talking […]

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The First Cup Award!


I am still in shock, but crissybwell nominated me to The First Cup award!!!  Ok. After actually (and very manly I should say) do a my own little happy dance. I will follow tradition (if there is one) and post my nominees for le Cup Award. But first here are the *drumroll* The First Cup Award is […]

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50 thousand reasons to sing and conduct


In the past few posts (these to be exact: Nobody said it would be this hard, One Winged Angel, and  Caught in the Storm)I have shared my Goals Statement, what I want to do with my carer, some of the people who have inspired me & the obstacles that I’ve had in this past year. […]

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Species Counterpoint


Originally posted on I Write The Music:
1st Species Counterpoint 2nd Species Counterpoint 3rd Species Counterpoint 4th Species Counterpoint 5th Species Counterpoint artofcounterpoint·45 videos 6StringVeteran Austin Patty·138 videos

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Nobody said it would be this hard


In the music world, everything is simple and complex at the same time. When you start to think about grad school, well… it’s just plain complex. You need to take  the GRE & TOFEL (for those of us who English is not our first language) pre-audition, then submit the graduate admission essay (or Goals Statement […]

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A wall of sound.


When you listen to classical music, whether it be instrumental (orchestra, band) or vocal (Opera, Choir, Zarzuela), what do you see? What do you feel? Different composers evoke different emotions, it’s natural, but ultimately what composers what to do is transcend. What transcends in you? Can you feel what the composer wants you to feel or experience? […]

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The Apparating Conductor


My conducting poses? I would start in “Imperio”, then Windgardium, Alohamora and finish in Expecto Patronum.

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