Don’t Give Up Because You Miss a Note!
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 by Mary O'Connor | humor
I have a copy of this music (Faerie's Aire and Death Waltz) if anyone is interested in playing it!
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The drive you need to accomplish whatever you're attempting—big or small—needs fuel. Instead of letting slip-ups set you back, psychologist and author John Norcross
you make them the fuel:
"If you are learning to play the piano, you don't give up because you miss a note. It's not whether you slip, it's how you respond to the slip."
Cut yourself some slack and remember that things take time and hard work. Listen to the sound of your "missed note" and let that push you forward. You missed that note yesterday, but that doesn't mean you'll miss it today. via "If You're Learning Piano, You Don't Give Up Because You Miss a Note"
If composers had Facebook: Beethoven’s profile
Saturday, December 16, 2017 by Mary O'Connor | humor
He used the # in unusual places before Twitter... but how would Beethoven have used Facebook? And what would his profile look like? From his likes and dislikes to his friends and love interests, we've imagined what the composer might have posted online throughout his life.
via If composers had Facebook: Beethoven's profile.