How to Use Self-Observation to Improve Practice
The goal is to develop habits that will free you for fuller musical expression
An anonymous teaching maxim holds, “The teacher cannot teach what he knows; he can only show how he learned what he knows.” Practice is how musicians learn what we know. We spend thousands of hours of our lives doing it. Practice is the way skills are grown, developed, and maintained. And practice itself is a skill that can be learned and cultivated.
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