Have you ever found yourself in need of practice, without a harp?
All practice rooms taken?
Needed to memorise a piece quickly, but not time to play?
Or perhaps you injured yourself and couldn’t practise?
Try mental practice!
Mental practice can be incredibly helpful in all these situations. It helps you better understand your pieces, use the time that you spend with your instrument more efficiently – and therefore avoid injury.
Watch this episode to learn about 7 different ways how you can use it to your advantage – and pick the ones that work for you!
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- How to start a practice notebook? – Coffee Break Harp 2
- Finding patterns in music – Live Harp Lesson 15
- More about patterns – previous episodes of Live Harp Lessons on patterns
Coffee Break Harp: series of free tutorials for beginner and intermediate harpists
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