David Liebman Maximize Your Practice
Soft / Video Lessons 16-09-2015
David Liebman Maximize Your Practice
In this informal classroom lecture, David Liebman covers where and when to practice, value of maintaining a practice diary, use of books, instrumental technique first, ritual, organization, prioritization, length of practice period, highlighting weaknesses, and much more. Filmed at the Newpark Music Centre in Dublin, Ireland on August 21, 2007 in a casual lecture format in front of a class of adult music students. This session was not filmed with the intention of later publication, so the video angle and quality are not of professional quality. However, the quality of the content will change the way you practice and change the way you think about practicing and make this one of your favorite DVDs.

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