Book description

For music teachers of all instruments, The Practice Revolution takes a fresh look at the institution of practicing. It's not about how much students do. It's about how they spend that time. A long overdue look inside the practice room - what works, what doesn't and why, from the founder of and chief writer for, the world's largest website for music teachers and students.
  • Release date: 31.05.2004
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  • ISBN: 9780958190503
  • 324 pages
  • Book rating: 4.04 (82 votes)

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