Have you noticed how easy it is to get somewhere that you've never been before with smart phone map apps?
One feature that I love using due to traveling so much is that you get to choose the fastest route with the least traffic ahead of time. Plus, if there's an accident ahead you'll get rerouted usually and will still reach your destination on time; barring any huge emergencies.
Each section of the route is explained more than once so you know ahead of time which way to turn and which lane to stay in once you've completed your turn.
Having this detailed route to use is so helpful in getting where we need to go. We waste less gas from getting lost, out trip is more relaxed, and we have more time to use for productive things rather than correcting our wrong turns or getting stuck in construction traffic.
Have you ever applied this concept to playing the piano? Think about it...
You know where you want to go - you want to end up playing the piano well and have fun doing it. Great!
Now, you need to plan your trip so you don't run into traffic jams, get lost, and waste time along the way!
Let's look at the best route that you need to end up playing the piano well.
Following this route in the order given will get you to your destination the fastest and easiest way. There's a steady progression with this path that builds upon each section of your trip so that you don't get lost along the way nor will you get caught up in any unnecessary jams or detours.
Take time each day to incorporate all of these sections. You may need to go back and visit some of your note names or how to count sixteenth notes. That's fine...you can go back there anytime and visit. Make sure you try to bring something new into your trip each week as well...such as a new piece or exercise, or even a different type of piece from what you've played before. Most of all, enjoy the trip!
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