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Research has long established the benefits of being able to play a musical instrument, for children and adults alike. Often the support required to fulfill the role of a teacher and the importance of the needs...
In 2014 two significant music education research reports (ABRSM & National College for Teaching and Leadership) were published in the United Kingdom. Their recommendations and or the priorities they identified, set out...
1) Don’t allow yourself the ‘luxury’ of mistakes. Mistakes cost far too much time to repair and only create uncertainty, whereas your practice ought to build security. Remember, your performance...
Set a Practice Goal A clear goal gives you something to aim for every day supporting and provides psychological motivation to practice. Hence, setting a goal is a key requirement...