October 21st, 2010

Carter, Wagner, Grieg, Prokofieff (@ Rio Americano High School) http://4sq.com/azqGO1

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Well that brings this weeks session to a close. Thanks to everyone. This has been a great discussion! #musedchat

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John Wooden said to “Make each day your Masterpiece”. I really like that and try to live it with my teaching & performing. #musedchat

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@travisjweller got it! well that does sound more appetizing :D #musedchat

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Well folks we’ve got just 5 minutes remaining. I’ve looked fwd 2 this topic and it hasn’t disappointed! Final lessons/thoughts? #musedchat

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@travisjweller never tried fried beer, but willing to do anything for the betterment of my ensemble ;) #musedchat

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@LindsayMorelli well there is definitely a long process of loving/playful study/investigation & trial/error leading to bliss #win #musedchat

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@LindsayMorelli & see the overall form in the process aswellas the composition. Looking at things macro & micro at the same time #musedchat

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Absolutely. RT @LindsayMorelli: Music teaches you how to enjoy a process. #musedchat

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RT @jsheelmusic: Music teaches U 2 focus, & the amt of concentration needed 2 create masterpieces based on the littlest elements #musedchat

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Why am I only seeing @teaching_music show up in RTs? Anyone? #musedchat

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But we learn to overcome failures and continue pursuing successes. There’s still the rest of the Symphony to be played! #musedchat

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@travisjweller Yes, as a horn player I can identify with “occasionally” letting a clam loose. ;) #musedchat

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@LindsayMorelli absolutely! Experienced performers become informed listeners. #musedchat

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In attempting & mastering (in stages) our instrument, & in successful performances, we gain Self-Confidence. #musedchat

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RT @travisjweller: performing & social organism may build trust, competence, courage, communication, & collective responsibility #musedchat

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In music, we learn that everyone has a voice, that they are all different, and all valuable. #musedchat

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In practicing to perfect our parts, we develop a strong work ethic, attention to detail, and the ability to concentrate. #musedchat

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Yes!! RT @DoeMiSo: geek, jock, popular, not popular….performing together is the great equalizer. #musedchat

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In performing with an ensemble you learn Situational Awareness. This skill of observation is greatly important in many areas. #musedchat

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@DoeMiSo Some kids need to play the rests more than others! (oh, sorry :D) #musedchat

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RT @LindsayMorelli: Life lesson: You never know who is in the room/concert hall that needs to hear the message in the music! #musedchat

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One of the things that becomes more and more evident as you mature is that listening trumps speaking (or playing/singing) #musedchat

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No scantron music assessments? :) RT @DoeMiSo: Life Lesson: True beauty can’t be measured with a #2 pencil. #musedchat

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Personal responsibility / punctuality / accountability to your ensemble #musedchat

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I love it: RT @rizzrazz “people of different everything” #musedchat

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Life Lesson: Setting goals & perseverance! #musedchat

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Haha true! RT @musiccargirl14: no matter how much of a geek you think you are, the little ones will always think you’re cool ;) #musedchat

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Topic: What are life lessons we teach our students/ourselves through music education?” #musedchat

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All right. It looks like @Zweibz7 won’t be joining us. Not sure if there is a designated moderator. I guess we should start #musedchat

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@LindsayMorelli I just logged in through StartLogic and it worked. So I guess it must be some other issue. ?

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@LindsayMorelli Haven’t noticed - but I generally log in straight through the blog admin site. I’ll give SL a try and let you know.

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Music Teachers: Join us for the next hour on Twitter searching: #MusEdChat for a quick-paced discussion on life lessons learned in Music Ed

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@stumpy6653 You got horn & tuba music for HC? We may be able to play it.

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@stumpy6653 #musedchat is starting < 20 min. Topic: “What are life lessons we teach our students/selves through music education?” Call me

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To the neighborhood bean juice store for #musedchat (@ Starbucks) http://4sq.com/9khHSu

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Is #musedchat happening today? I haven’t seen any posts. Are we going beck to the topic voted on last week?

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@stumpy6653 if you get a chance, give me a call when you’re by your computer. I’ll help you get set up.

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Power is flickering on and off in Roseville - Baseline & Foothills area.

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Today’s agenda: Work on Band Tour, Blog, Grade Tech class, Field trip forms, MusEdChat, SacConcertBand rehearsal.

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