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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000214.txt from 2002/06

From: LeliaLoban@-----.com
Subj: [kl] Teaching the 'students' of today
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 17:50:31 -0400

Neil Leupold wrote,
>The curriculum for a lifetime amateur vs. a budding
>professional is (hopefully) different in any given
>teacher's studio.

Why?

Clearly, the *business* curriculum will need to be different for an aspiring
professional, but that's an issue that only comes up near the end of formal
schooling, after the student is well established as someone who can start
looking for paying work as a musician. Up to that point, what's the
difference in the curriculum? Is it a difference in the music you assign?
And how long do the students take lessons before you begin to differentiate?

Lelia

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