10 ways to make practice more effective (and less boring!)

We all have those passages which just take a lot of hard work and persistence to master, but how do you avoid boring yourself to tears? Test out these 10 ideas to keep your practice sessions efficient and effective. 1. Swing it, baby! Have you got a gazillion quavers or semiquavers in your piece? Instead of playing it as it is written, play it with swung quavers (but also make sure you do the reverse, so to not develop a tendency to always swing them!). 2. Drop it! Just because there are notes printed on the page, doesn't mean you have to play all of them all the time. If you play a single-line instrument try to play every other note or just bring out the important notes in the bar. There ar

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