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How the Ocarina Business Started

How Easy Is Your Ocarina?

History of the Ocarina

Ocarina Styles

Making an Exceptional Ocarina

Hard Times In The Ocarina Business

Giving Up On The Ocarina Business?

The World Against You?

Enjoying Ocarina Entrepreneurship

Skills of an Ocarina Master

Pre Ocarina Master

Interesting Ocarina Places

Ocarinas and Health

Ocarinas and Holidays

Pets and Ocarinas

How Kids React to Ocarinas

Memorable Ocarina Kids

Misconceptions About Ocarinas?

Mountain Ocarinas Accomplishments

Mountain Ocarina Costs

Ocarina Learning Tips

Dreams for the Future



Do you have any success tips for someone who wishes to learn to play the ocarina.

Well, in a nutshell, wear your ocarina around neck or carry it with you all the time in a belt case. If you take advantage of your ocarina's small size to practice whenever you have a spare moment, you'll be surprised at how quickly you make progress.

Write down some practical musical goals, such as when you will practice, and then track your goals with some type of system that will remind you of your goals. I use software by Franklin Covey.

Build a repertoire of songs that you can play anytime.

Listen to the kind of music that you hope to play someday.

And if you would like some encouragement, sign up for MOM (the Mountain Ocarinas Mentor) at http://www.MountainOcarinas.com/mom. MOM is a free service to people who own our ocarinas.



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All Mountain Ocarinas® are protected
by US Patent No. US 6,348,647 B1.
Mountain Ocarinas® Inc. has other Patents Pending.