Tag Archives: Practice

Making Progress: 3 Simple Ways to Sustain Momentum

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I was taught that the way of progress was neither swift nor easy. – Marie Curie You’re a musician; you […]


Adult Music Student? Enjoy the Privileges of Age

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Adult Music Student. Perhaps this phrase conjures up an image of a nightmare recital where you, the quaking gray-haired student, […]


Adult Music Students: Myths vs. Facts

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Adult music students are a special breed. They are enthusiastic and dedicated. They are eager and interested. Where young students […]


The Bridge from Practice to Performance

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Do you need a bridge to take you from practice to performance? Do you feel like you’re missing something, because […]


3 Mind Blowing Ways to Practice Etudes

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Mind blowing? Maybe not exactly that, but these ways to practice your etudes will make your practice time much more […]


Practice: A New Definition

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Let me give you the scenario. I was 13 or 14 years old and my friend was on the phone […]


New Piece? Try This Starter System!

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A new piece! There is nothing quite as exciting as that promising and as yet unsullied page. I have been […]


Why You Can’t Make Music on Autopilot

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Autopilot has a comfortable sound to it. The computer can take over, make the tough decisions, free us up to […]


Making Music Practice Musical Practice

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Do you just practice your music, or is your practice musical as well? Does your practice feel like just a […]


Sharpen Your Focus – 3 Quick Tips

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Focus. The word always reminds of that amazing moment in the eye doctor’s office when he adjusts the machine in […]