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Beginners tutorial for structuring y... 

I stumbled on this "how to practice" tutorial of Brandon Acker on youtube

Probably to straight forward for all the pro's but I have been aplying the method of splitting my practise session into "practise for performance" and " practise for a part/technique" the last week and have made a pretty good step forward with the Farucca I have been horsing around with for the last 3 months.

Instead of just playing a song more or les over and over, I now stopped at the part that is not good and practised that 1 or 2 bar's for 15 minutes. It has proven to be a great way to clean up on some sloppy playing.

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