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  • Selling Sheet Music, Episode 1: Good Music Will Always Find a Home: An Eight Step Plan For Finding Your Niche and Selling Sheet Music
    Hello and welcome to SELLING SHEET MUSIC a podcast created to help composers, arrangers, and songwriters learn the ins and outs of self-publishing sheet music.  I’m your host, Garrett Breeze, and today’s episode is all about how to develop a strategy.  Self-publishing isn’t easy, nor is it a “get-rich-quick” scheme.  If you don’t have a […]
    Hello, and welcome to SELLING SHEET MUSIC a podcast created to help composers and arrangers learn the ins and outs of self-publishing.  My name is Garrett Breeze and I’m a composer and choral arranger living in Nashville, TN.  I created this podcast because self-publishing has played a big role in my career, and I get […]
  • Mississippi ACDA Summer Conference 2022
    It was a great honor to present two interest sessions at the Mississippi ACDA summer conference.  Participants can download copies of the presentation materials using the form below: FREE DOWNLOADS Enter your information to download the slides from Garrett’s presentations, his curriculum for “Teaching Arranging in the Choral Classroom” and some perusal copies of his […]
  • How to Collaborate With Your Arranger
    Your arranger is so much more than a music vendor.  But because arrangers are not physically present (for the most part) when creating a show that relationship is often overlooked or underutilized.  No matter your situation—whether you have one arranger or five, if you have all custom charts or a combination of stock and previously […]
  • Bad Habits That Weaken Your Choral Writing
    For better or worse most arranging is done on a computer, which means that composers rely increasingly on how things sound on playback.  While there’s nothing wrong with this approach (it’s what I do), the computer has a way of making certain things sound better in playback than they will in real life.  When I […]