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Get the creative gifting wheels turning with specific ideas on gifting music to others – or yourself – this Christmas or for any occasion.
- Last year’s gift episode: Ep. 71: Give the gift of music: Research-based ways to GIFT music (the gift that keeps on giving)
- I mention Gary Chapman’s book, The Five Love Languages.
- I mention guest Brea Murakami, MM, MT-BC, from Ep. 103: (Is there a dark side to the power of music?)
- Major Scale Musical Wine Glasses
- Learn more about the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix in Ep. 81: MIM – A place that showcases music’s unique ability to both preserve diverse cultures AND bring those cultures together; with Katherine Palmer, DMA
- Kikkerland Phone Disco Light or USB Disco light
- I mention Greg McKeown’s books, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less and Effortless: Make it easier to do what matters most
This is a quick break to tell you about the digital sheet music site I have used for probably a decade! Sheet Music Direct is powered by music publisher Hal Leonard. They have more than a million sheet music arrangements that you can view – and listen to – right from your device for convenient online shopping and immediate downloads of educational, classical, and pop scores representing any genre and holiday. Prices start at $0.99 and you can both print your purchases instantly and access them on any device, which really comes in handy for our family when we’re out of state visiting Grandma & Grandpa, and they want to hear my kids play the piano! Sheet Music Direct has saved me countless hours of driving to music stores and sifting through bins of sheet music and books to find the right song (and hoping the perfect song isn’t out of stock). Access the latest hits and yesterday’s classics at sheetmusicdirect.com.
I share a music-related life-hack I recently came across when I was reading the book, Effortless: Make it easier to do what matters most, by Greg McKeown.
Let me know if you try Greg’s music hack – and also let me know what gift ideas you recommend to enhance lives with music. You can reach me on email (firstname.lastname@example.org), Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn. As always, all these links and links from today’s show – and a transcript of this episode – can be found in the show notes. All links are also in the episode details right in your podcast app. Thanks so much for joining me today. Until next time, may your life be enhanced with music.
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