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thenewoneWorking Well

My teacher says he can help me out on Monday for good piano pieces, at the earliest, which works out pretty well. I’ll have to postpone until the following Monday, though. As for percussion, I will do some solo searching, since the audition page gives actual usable book, and even piece, examples. Local library, please deliver. 2 years ago


thenewoneDouble the Chance?

From what I read on one of the KSU School of Music pages, I am allowed to audition with more than one instrument of choice, which means I could audition with both piano and percussion. I still have plans to speak with my last-year’s teacher about pieces for piano, snare drum, timpani, and marimba/vibraphone. I also plan to ask around at school and see if I am allowed to practice with the school’s timpani and marimba. 2 years ago


thenewoneThis is Big

I have already been accepted to KSU, and I will be starting in the fall. I plan to major in both Music and Psychology. However, before I can major in Music, I need to audition with an instrument of choice. The easiest option is piano, but I have had thoughts of auditioning with percussion. With percussion, though, I would need to show proficiency in snare drum (do-able), timpani (never played before, but seems do-able), and a member of the marimba/vibraphone family (only played xylophone before, and it doesn’t really count). On Tuesday, I plan to go to my music theory teacher from last year and ask if he has any good auditioning pieces for piano. I’ll see what I can do for percussion, though. 2 years ago


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