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Instrumental Musician

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  • I found your show to be very informative Will. Going along with most everything already said, I felt like you could have slowed down your narration just a tad and done a better job timing up the slides with your narration. All-in-all though, nice job.

    -Jacob Ohrt
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  • Vocally, your presentation is clear and pleasant and professional, but a bit speedy, which muddies the word, 'musician.' Content-wise, the range of education and salary are apparent, and you were wise to include the need for some musicians to have day jobs, too. We could probably use a bit more info on the variety of performance jobs that an instrumentalist might have, and for sure this program could use some more lively photos. Already, I see, you have a few comedians following your work. --DForeman
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  • das war ausgezeichnet und ein gutes presentation. ich lebe mich. ich bin so gut. ich bin die beste. ich mache nichts schlect ja. danke fur die informationen.
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  • i need a keen poon.
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  • wow a will joke how original
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Instrumental Musician

  1. 1. Instrumental Musician<br />By: Will<br />
  2. 2. Job Description/Nature of Work<br />Lots of practicing alone or in small groups<br />Lots of preparation for rehearsals<br />Perform musical concerts in front of large audiences<br />Requires finger/hand agility and dexterity<br />Usually enjoy playing or providing music<br />
  3. 3. Job Description cont.<br />Most musicians tend to get along because they share a common interest in music<br />
  4. 4. Job Training<br />Many schools offer great music programs, some offer more focused programs, such as specific instrument instruction, or jazz band and concert band<br />Bachelors Degree is common, some schools offer Ph D programs<br />Usually private schools offer best music programs, so cost can be very high, but scholarships are usually available<br />
  5. 5. Job Training cont.<br />Most training received on the job, while playing in group<br />Usually start playing an instrument early on in life<br />
  6. 6. Rewards and Advancement<br />Salary for musicians varies largely, with the lowest 10 percent being paid less then $17,000 a year<br />More experienced musicians have more opportunities to be hired by symphonies and other groups to do performances<br />
  7. 7. Rewards and Advancement cont.<br />Most musicians have other jobs, because solely being a musician usually doesn’t provide enough money to get by<br />These jobs include: instrument repair, and other jobs that could be found at a music store (West Music)<br />
  8. 8. Works Cited<br />“Musicians, Singers, and Related Works.” Occupational Outlook Handbook, <br /> 2011-12. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web. 6 May 2011. <br />“Tuition 2011-2012.” Undergraduate Admissions. University of Northern <br /> Iowa. Web. 6 May 2011 <br />
  9. 9. Works Cited cont.<br />“2011-2012 Tuition and Fee Schedule.” Mannes College the New School forMusic. The New School. Web. May 6 2011.<br />“Musician, Instrumental Jobs and Job Description.” Job Description and Jobs for: – “Musician, Instrumental.”<br />Career Planner. Web. May 9 2011.<br />Google Images<br />

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