Practice makes permanent.

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It’s that time of year to remind students to practice their instruments.  There are scales to learn and songs to perform, especially with concerts coming in January, March and May.  Remember to practice small sections slowly, until you can play them up to speed.  Then try adding music before and after these sections.  If you just practice the entire song over and over again, chances are you are going to mess up in the same place every time.  Practice does not make perfect, it makes permanent.   Don’t learn those sections (the hard ones especially) permanently wrong.  Take it in small sections and take it slow.  Once you learn how to play it correctly, you’ll have it up to speed in no time.

Good luck!  I know you can do it!

ps.  Don’t forget to go to your weekly small group lessons.

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