Posts tagged “Mark Catoe”

March 31, 2015

Favorite blog posts, March 2015

Hand-picked high-quality woodwind-related blog posts from around the web, March 2015 edition.

March 1, 2014

Favorite blog posts, February 2014

Hand-picked high-quality woodwind-related blog posts from around the web, February 2014 edition.

August 31, 2013

Favorite blog posts, August 2013

Read these excellent mostly-woodwind-related blog posts from the past month, and thank me later: Bassoonist David Wells shares and comments on early 20th-century recordings of the Weber Andante e Rondo Ongarese by William Gruner and Fer­nand Oubradous. Multi-instrumentalist Mark Catoe shares some clear thinking about teaching the concept of time signature. This will benefit even some of my ...

May 31, 2013

Favorite blog posts, May 2013

Here are some high-quality woodwind-related blog posts from May, in no particular order. Mark Catoe and Tim Gordon discuss music education, careers, and, of course, woodwind doubling: Interview with Tim Gordon Flutist Meerenai Shim opens up about success, failure, pursuing your dream, and dealing with the practicalities: To Each Her Own Jennet Ingle is always one of ...
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