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Are you a musician? Here are the easiest ways to learn music by heart, explained systematically. Build a repertoire of memorized pieces that you can play any time!
Written mainly for people who play the piano or other keyboard, these techniques can also be successfully employed by those who play other instruments.
The subjects treated include (among others):
Three basic types of music memorization
“Finger memory” and all that is involved in it
Memorizing by hearing
Memorizing from the score
How I memorize music
Learning a piece better by… not practicing it!
How to deal with frustration when memorizing
If you would like to gradually expand your memorized repertoire, this book is a must-read!
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About the Author
David Bolton, born in Baltimore, Maryland, has been active in a number of professions. He is a language teacher (English, German), musician (harpsichordist), astrologer, actor, speaker, and writer. Having learned hypnosis at the age of 22, David soon also became interested in non-hypnotic techniques that just about anybody can use to improve the quality of his or her life, and to achieve specific goals. He has given seminars on areas such as "Overcoming Stage Fright", "Conquering the Fear of Taking Tests", "The Power of Perspective", and "Dating Advice You shouldn't Ignore". He lived in Germany and Spain for many years, and now resides in Japan