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Is slow practice important?

Understand and learn why practicing slowly is important

Released on September 25, 2013

  
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Graham Lyons * VSM MEMBER * on October 16, 2013 @7:45 am PST
Excellent and essential advice here.
Consider this: playing a passage faster than you can manage leads to mistakes. Each time you play wrongs notes and imprecise rhythms you practise mistakes; much practise time will then be spent unlearning those wrong notes.
Paradoxical slogan: learn more quickly by playing more slowly.
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Robert Estrin - host, on October 16, 2013 @1:48 pm PST
Like a great carpenter, measure twice, cut once - your slogan is spot on!
Sharon Grew * VSM MEMBER * on October 1, 2013 @10:52 pm PST
Found very interesting, this is my first time on this site it looks fantastic.
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator, on October 2, 2013 @12:58 pm PST
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Maria * VSM MEMBER * on September 25, 2013 @6:19 pm PST
Thanks Robert, good advice as usual! Also good for accuracy of intonation!
Kukyz on September 25, 2013 @3:36 pm PST
Good piece of advice
Thanks a lot
Janice on September 25, 2013 @9:22 am PST
Good advice as usual!
Gloria * VSM MEMBER * on September 25, 2013 @6:07 am PST
Can you tell me how to start a choir practice?
Sue Fuller * VSM MEMBER * on September 25, 2013 @5:16 am PST
Thank you, for all the tips. Please keep them coming. You are appreciated. Sue Fuller
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