How to Study-Practice

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How to Study-Practice

Learning Goals Applying the lessons learned in Emotional Preparation and How Your Brain Works, we are going to learn how to

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How to Study-Practice: Micro-Lessons

Embrace the proper mindset and embrace effective and efficient study-practice habits and enjoy the results…

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Piano Technique: Commentary on Hanon, Cortot, Czerny, etc.

Myth #1. Great piano technique is achieved by making your fingers stronger, faster, and more independent. Myth #2. You can

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Piano Technique: Mental or Physical?

Practice and Exercise are two very distinct behaviors with two very different goals: To Exercise is to physically exert oneself

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How to Study-Practice Scales: Modes

Every scale has as many modes as it has notes. Each mode is simply the same notes in the parent