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Digital Sheet Music Resources

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Digital Sheet Music

A grab bag of stuff that I’m finding on using a tablet for sheet music. The King’s Singers: The iPad Project Elisa Koehler: Sheet Music on the iPad Pro Technology for the Classical Singer Going Digital for Musicians Technology, Music,…
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Digital Music in Concert

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Digital Sheet Music

There’s not a whole lot more to say about using a tablet with digital music on it in concert. The rehearsal precautions apply: Make sure the battery is charged Double and triple check that all sounds and notifications are off…
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Digital Music in Rehearsal

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Digital Sheet Music

The iPad is working well in rehearsal! I brought all of my paper music with me for 3 rehearsals in a row, but have stopped doing that. The first rehearsal I discovered that for one piece, I only had the…
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Choir Singer Goes Digital

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Digital Sheet Music

Yes, it’s 2018, and everyone in my choir is still using paper, pencils (hopefully) and erasers. I’m going to use this semester to experiment with going digital. The tools: My iPad Air. This 4 year old tablet is still going…
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Reflex Hammers

Everything you never wanted to know about reflex hammers, courtesy of Dr. Grumpy: Today I am going to reveal one of the deep, dark secrets of neurology. A secret so carefully hidden that this post could result in my excommunication…
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Rocks in the Stream

Someone’s been busy in Boulder Creek near the library: I especially like the flat rock stacked vertically, point down: I’ve learned that the artist is Michael Grab. Thank you, Michael, for spreading this beauty around for everyone to enjoy.