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Maximize Your Practice (Dvd)

Composer Liebman, David
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $14.95

Catalog #MYP

UPC code: 635621701137

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The goal of practicing, no matter the activity, is to transform behavior from the realm of mechanics and technique to learned instinct, employing little if any concious thought. This means the mind is free to dwell on matters of content, aesthetics and expression. Specifically, practicing an art form demands rigor and creativity acting in tandem. In the final result, an artist's work reflects the depth of their practicing process.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HIGHLIGHTING WEAKNESSES  
INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUE FIRST  
LENGTH OF PRACTICE PERIOD  
ORGANIZATION  
PRIORITIZATION  
RITUAL  
USE OF BOOKS  
VALUE OF MAINTAINING A PRACTICE DIARY  
WHERE AND WHEN TO PRACTICE  
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