Maybe this is a weird subject for a column like these Guitarities. On the other hand: why not? It is quite relevant to the life in musical ensembles. Annoyances often are the cause of poor performance and eventual dissolution of ensembles, even though they had a lot of musical potency.
I already discussed touchy subjects like stage fright and motivation, so the subject "Annoyances" is not that weird. At times it is a very relevant topic, isn't it? Hence some scribbling about these little problems in an amateur-musician's life.
So that will be the subject of this Guitarity. Select a subject from the table of contents below to read more.
|Making Music is Work of Man..||Opportunities and restrictions.||Read|
|Where do We go from Here?||An aim is quite important||Read|
|Unbalance in Playing Skills||One plays better than the other.||Read|
|Always this Criticism||Nobody really likes vinegar.||Read|
|Insufficient Time for Practice||Merely Notes in your Agenda will not help||Read|
|I never hear about the Results||Look at that from a distance.||Read|
|Outplayed or no Response||Two sides of a medal.||Read|
|The Progress is Poor||If it slows dow, it becomes tedious.||Read|
|Always something Else||Agendas will not create time.||Read|
|Things are worn out||A tragical observation.||Read|
|Tactical (?) Replacement||A bad surprise.||Read|
|Conclusion||Making music remains the work of man.||Read|