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How to make music practice enjoyable

Discover how to practice and have fun all at the same time!

Released on October 2, 2013

  
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christopher Slevin * VSM MEMBER * on October 25, 2013 @10:18 am PST
Great help. Thank you Robert.
Michael S Johnson * VSM MEMBER * on October 6, 2013 @2:53 pm PST
Robert,

I just wanted to say thank you for your video's and teaching. You do a great job. You are much appreciated! Keep them coming!
John Bosko on October 2, 2013 @6:13 pm PST
Thanks for the inspiring video. I will start practicing with the songs I like most.
Edens on October 2, 2013 @5:12 am PST
Great post Robert! Practicing can be fun and adventurous! I like what you said about practicing happening in the mind more so than in the hands. Staying engaged is important. What helps me is setting small manageable goals for each practice session, at which I try and accomplish each goal. It gives me a great sense of achievement, even if the progress may be minute. Then I look forward to the next session with great eagerness and anticipation, always learning something about myself, my instrument and the music I'm playing.
Mary Maine Roberts on October 2, 2013 @3:32 am PST
As a hobbyist cellist, this was very good information for me to hear today!
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