How to Study-Practice

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How to Study-Practice: Feedback

If I could give just one piece of advice to all piano students, it would be this: Record yourself, always… and

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How to Study-Practice: The Drummer’s Trick

When learning a new piece of music, it often a good idea to study-practice hands separately. When you do so,

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How to Study-Practice: Hands Separate

It is often extremely beneficial to study each hand separately before bringing them together… for at least five reasons: The

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How to Study-Practice: Visualization

We humans are extremely visual creatures. In fact, an enormous amount of our brain power is dedicated to processing visual

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How to Study-Practice: Slow Playing

Do you feel that you really know the music or are you just playing by some loosely-learned habit? Do you

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How to Study-Practice: Divide & Conquer

Possibly the worst (and most common) habit of all is to mindlessly go back to the beginning of a piece