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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000335.txt from 2000/04

From: Jubison@-----.com
Subj: [kl] student motivation
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2000 01:46:29 -0400

>I think that know-a-days, kids really don't have time to commit to
something.
>They are to busy, and i know your going to say that "well they must not be
>that commited to the clarinet then.." Well, I'm a student, and i think i'm
>pretty commited, i practice everyday seven days a week. Usualy an hour or 2
a
>day, which i below what i usualy practice. The problem is school, the
>expectations of school makes it harder for a person to practice. I know
>awesome players, but they are so limited to what they can do because the
have
>school, or homework, or exams. If school was not so much of a stress factor
>then I would be all for practiceing more. But the way i see it that, the
only
>way i can get into a good music college is if i have good grades.
>It's just my 2 cents

to practice seven days a week, with school, i think is really good. when
school is in session i find it hard to find time, i manage to get by with 3-4
days of practicing. to help out, i do other forms of practicing..like putting
my music in my school folder and looking at it and sometimes mimic playing.
my friends know i'm a weird band geek so they're aren't to concerned when i
start moving my fingers around in the air. i think adam makes a good point
here...school is definately something to factor in when you consider
commitment level. do you practice or do you study for final exams which will
affect your grades and may ultimately affect whether you get into the college
you want?

julia

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