Six lessons i learned from stding music in college

Last updated on April 7, 2015

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Although I don’t talk about it on the Internet, music is a big part of my life in college.

I play saxophone in a lot of ensembles at my college, and I take private lessons. I even got a scholarship for her (it could be the future post …) ..

After taking part in music at college for nearly two years, there are six lessons that I learned that you can apply only to any area of life in college:

I have a complicated relationship with practicing saxophone. I dreamed about it, but when I finally get my ass to the training room, I remember how much I love him …

Clearly, the question is to say that this is in the training room. The best way to do this is to plan for a certain amount of time to practice every day (or at least every weekday if I’m realistic). Okay, I don’t have any excuses.What works for the saxophone practice can work just in relation to any task that needs to be performed, but rather delay. Schedule a dark object in your calendar and be there.

As soon as I got my ass to the training room, I must use my time effectively. With music, that means

  • 5 minutes: review of 10 nouns,
  • 5 minutes: five verbs in all your shadows.
  • 5 minutes: take a break.
  • 15 minutes: training.
  • (Can you guess what language I got?)
  • All you’re working on is

    Of course, I don’t spend thirty minutes a day, practicing five measures of music just because I’m a masochistic …

    I’m sure you’re working on bigger goals. A high class of long paper or difficult project, an academic reward, or even the work you have always dreamed of.

    Keep it up till the day, while you’re in your mind …

    If you’ve never cleaned up the saxophone, you’re lucky. The whole tool is getting pretty rough after even a single game. If you do not clean up regularly, the pads may start to degrade, and you can start developing little barnachos. It’s not a recipe.

    To avoid these problems, I will definitely clean my mouth and wipe the tool after every time I play it. I also take my saxophone for a professional who will be served at least once a year.

    Whatever equipment you use for your work, you have to take care of it. I admit that I am definitely around my computer more than I should, but I’m trying to stay out of everything that can hurt him badly …

    Even if he just needs to be sure that you’re charging your laptop and phone every night.“The most important part of the game is your game!” -Elliott Hulse.

    Whenever I train for more than 40 minutes, I’ll be at least one short break halfway through my session. Unless you’re some kind of a landmark.Knowing it’s true, you have to.

    And besides all this, your body can use and take a break.

    Every Wednesday at 7pm, I have a saxophone. Most of this lesson is that I’m playing for my instructor to make it clear to me that I’m doing well and, most importantly, I can improve. With this information, I can plan my practice next week …

    You can learn a few lessons here.

    You obviously report to the professor for your class.

    “The final proof of greatness is that he can tolerate no offense.” Johannes Kepler.

    To take what they say is serious, not personally.

    Your payment for the recall, after everything …

    I hope you learned something valuable in this post that you can apply to either your music study or to another area of your college life …

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