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Develop a plan of attack for your sight reading practice.
Start with the toughest section first, then run the exercise.
DON'T STOP once you start performing the exercise.
BE MUSICAL! Right notes and rhythms are the easy part... be a Musician, not a Monkey!
Sight Reading Tips and Resources
Sight Reading Tips:
At first glance, sight reading exercises can look scary and be intimidating. However, with lots of practice, sight reading is a skill that can be learned (it's not just luck, I promise!). Once you learn to master the sight reading process, your chances of making District Honor Band and All State Band will improve significantly! Here are some tips that have helped me in the past:
Most sight reading exercises only give you 30 seconds to study, so you must be efficient in order to be successful
Once you begin to play the exercise, remember these few things: