Can Failure Help Success? by Barbara Siesel...

Mar 1, 2016 by

If you’ve never failed you’ve never tried anything new! Last month we spoke about the power of quitting, this month we'll speak about the power of failure to inform our progress as artists and entrepreneurs. While doing research for this article I’ve been reading about famous people who’ve failed...

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Find The Perfect Flute On Any Budget. by Joshua Johnson...

Mar 1, 2016 by

Music, of all the art forms, is perhaps the one that speaks most directly to all people, regardless of socioeconomic status, race, religion, or personal taste. Anyone can sing a song, beat a drum, or for those of us fortunate enough to have been brought up in well-equipped school...

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After the Etudes: or How to Reinvent Yourself as a Flutist Again…and Again: by Suzanne Weller...

May 1, 2013 by

Once out of college with my Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance, life was dandy and profitable. I had inherited a dozen flute and piano students from a local music school, played in two orchestras and performed at weddings, receptions and parties every weekend with harpists, string trios or guitarists....

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Adventures of the Left-Handed Flute! by Joan Marsh Sparks...

May 1, 2013 by

January 21, 2013 Curious about the emails I have been receiving from a German flute maker who specializes in entry level flutes, and has developed a left handed flute, I ordered one for the shop. A left handed flute is played to the left side.  The right handed flute...

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The Learning Process: in Fluting and Flying. by The Flying Flutistas...

May 1, 2013 by

Flutists Lynne Krayer-Luke and Vanessa Breault Mulvey are Body Mapping specialists based in the Boston area. Their passion for the beauty of movement and assisting others in learning how to move beyond the limitations of tension led them on an unlikely path to the Trapeze School of New York...

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