Six Ways to Enjoy Detailed Practice

Gerald Klickstein, author of The Musician’s Way, posted this excellent and practical list of six ways to enjoy detailed practice:

  1. Bring meaning to every gesture.
  2. Isolate problem spots in context.
  3. Take pleasure in excellence.
  4. Listen deeply.
  5. Seek variety.
  6. Shift perspectives.

Visit the original post for the expanded version with specific ideas on how to implement these six practice ideas. I am inspired to use them in both my teaching and in my own practicing!

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