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A number of questions have come up that we could address in a summer workshop. These include the learning techniques from my book, outlining, information about audio gear to use, and so on.
Is anyone interested in a one-week workshop, here in Los Angeles or in some other (preferably beautiful) spot? This would be for musicians of all levels and all instruments.
-- James Boyk (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 27, 2000
Possibly---we may bring bicoastal families together this summer in the Sierra If so, might be interested.
-- Enoch Gordis (email@example.com), November 28, 2000.
Yes, but I'm more interested in the "basic stroke" of playing a piano. I'd like to correct mine. Seems that practicing Hanon with quarters balanced on wrists is wrong after viewing the video, "Freeing The Caged Bird" and reading Abby Whiteside.
Regards, J e r
-- Jerome Milosek (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 19, 2001.
There are at least several "basic strokes" and possibly many of them; not just one. "Practicing Hanon with quarters balanced on wrists" is certainly not the way to acquire a technique; it's probably closer to the opposite. A workshop on basics of technique is an interesting idea. I'm not sure offhand that a workshop would last long enough for useful teaching and learning, though; acquiring a solid fundamental technique is more likely to require regular lessons. Where are you, and are there no fine teachers there?
-- James Boyk (email@example.com), March 19, 2001.
I live in Saugerties, NY. It is located in the historic Hudson Valley 100 miles north of the Big Apple.
After coming upon your Summer Workshop, I though I'd look into it and try to schedule a vacation/visit to my son who lives in Cypress Ca.
FYI your software did not send me an email alert of your response.
Regards, J e r
-- Jerome Milosek (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 24, 2001.