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Abstract: The Livingston Gearhart Collection of Scores contains compositions and arrangements by Gearhart in published and manuscript forms, as well as sketches and incomplete works. It also contains published scores by other composers annotated by Gearhart. Blough, ; re-processed by Jared Rex, Additions processed by John Bewley, As a child Gearhart studied piano, oboe, violoncello, and sang in church choirs in Buffalo and New York City. He graduated from high school in East Orange, New Jersey in
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When you put them together you have a complete work-out that will allow you to function at your peak and feel great. Everyday we try to achieve a well balanced practice session that covers these key areas of musicianship. However, this neatly structured routine works a lot better in theory than it does in reality. Some days we skip a few parts of our routine and on others, we spend all of our time trying to master one exercise. This can be difficult because the things that make the most difference in our playing such as transcribing, inevitably take the most time. Therefore, to make way for these primary activities, other topics like technique are sacrificed in their entirety. For many of us with a limited amount of time for practicing, this creates a major dilemma.