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The Band-Aid approach to practicing music

The most efficient way to practice music

Released on August 28, 2013

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Pixie * VSM MEMBER * on September 12, 2013 @9:57 am PST
I have been doing this method for many years as an amateur pianist. what a great name for it. I always put a large bracket on the difficult bit to remind me when I practice the piece. Great to know I was doing the right thing. Thanks Robert.
eaclark on August 28, 2013 @7:43 pm PST
I've been doing this as a teacher with students and now I have a great name for it. This made me feel good that I'm doing things right. Thank you, Robert.
Maria * VSM MEMBER * on August 28, 2013 @4:20 pm PST
That was interesting Robert. Your theory also applies to stringed instruments of course: I do much the same when I practice both for orchestral music and chamber music, and it works!
Andree Rouse * VSM MEMBER * on August 28, 2013 @12:20 pm PST
Thank you, Robert, I love these videos! They are so helpful in many ways... Do you have an online class? I would love to have you as a teacher.
Robert - host, on August 29, 2013 @12:26 pm PST
There indeed is a piano class in the works, but it will take some time to put together. Please send me an email so you are sure to receive information about it.
Andree Rouse * VSM MEMBER * on September 10, 2013 @10:35 am PST
Wow!! This is great news. my email address is
Thank You!!
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