A great quality of practice will lead you to play with the control, expression, understanding and intention you've always wanted.
But think for a moment what your practice is normally like? Is it full of frustration and impatience at your lack of purpose and progress?
A good practice will make you feel joy, excitement, adventure and curiosity. You will progress in leaps and bounds within one practice session and your playing will be accomplished on many levels:
- Your musicality will shine out to the fore
- Your technique will be as secure as possible
- You'll barely ever have memory lapses
- You'll think about every single note and understand its function, purpose and meaning
If you want some free practice 'maintenance', plus an eBook that gives you 12 clear practice methods to use, then visit this link:
http://www.danielnistico.net/play-like- ... eamed.html
"I wish I had access to these methods when I started to play 8 years ago. As an adult learning an instrument and reading music, a focused approach is all the more beneficial because of squeezing a daily practice into a busy life."
--- Helen Humble, UK
“Your book is a great resource and I think university students would really benefit.”
--- Clancy, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music