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Hello! First of all, thank you for publishing all this useful info on piano learning. I would like to share my experience using Smart Game Piano How
You may wear the finest clothes, own the biggest house, eat only gourmet foods and live the most extravagant lifestyle known. All of those are improved
How this practice game works, is first you and a partner of the same instrument get together. Have the same selection of music and begin the game. How
I haven't checked all the references for the 'science' but this is a great infographic nevertheless - and I think most of it certainly seems to be the case! Have a look yourself and see what you think.
Only effective music practice makes perfect. This site shows you how to practice more efficiently and effectively and make more progress in less time.
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I think that the music folks listen to in their teen to early 20's years becomes the most influential in their lives.
Read my Scalebox App review to find out whether this is the app you need to help you learn scales and with your scales practice.
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I am holding some live music practice workshops and clinics next year so let me know when a good time for you would be and what instrument you play.
The page from which to download the free ebook How to practice: 5 habits to help you make more progress.
Perfect training software where you practice your music theory knowledge and your hearing. and it's really fun as well!
A metronome is a must have when practicing. Not, as many people think to make sure you are keeping up when playing fast... but to make sure you are keeping time when playing SLOW!
This Boss DB90 review is written by a reader who uses it for piano practice. If you are considering a metronome read this first!
Biofeedback is a therapy used by some musicians to help control performance anxiety and the effects of nerves when performing.
This is a great article by David Stanley on DadsRT about missing classes for music lessons. This is an issue that often crops up in schools and I believe he has hit the nail on the head! Please read this whether you are a parent, a teacher who has students leaving their lesson for an instrumental lesson, or on the school management team!
This is very funny, but often true! If it is you, you need to read Practice Makes Perfect!
The other pictures are also very funny... I particularly like "Animals that may safely graze" and "Parry's emotional state when entering the House of the Lord!"
Thank you Classic FM!
Click the link below to see all of the cartoons!
Encourage performance of music students at every opportunity. It doesn’t always have to be a big concert. In fact, smaller, informal concerts can be extremely beneficial to all students.
Frustrated with your practice? Read Practice Makes Perfect and hack the 10,000 hour rule. Cut your practice time by up to 25%! Make faster progress, learn pieces and scales faster, memorize more easily, and much more. "If you play an instrument you need this book!"
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