Everyone makes mistakes – even the best concert violinist will miss a note or two on a really bad day. But how you pull yourself back up after your mistakes is the difference between a casual player and an outstanding instrument player. Read on for advice on how to get past some of the rough spots and move onto greatness.
Is practicing your string instrument really that big a deal? How important is practice anyway? Aren’t lessons enough? Find out what makes your at-home practice so “magical” and how you can push yourself to greatness.
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If you have been learning to play an instrument while using a beginner or student model and practicing with it for a quite some time, […]