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Have you ever wondered how great musicians get that way? Would you like to get more practicing done in less time and grow your talent to the highest level possible?

Berklee-degreed 30-year veteran musician/instructor Stan Munslow has culled together six powerful, proven practice strategies used by the world's top players that will give you a lifetime of life smarts that will save you countless hours of time no matter what style of music you play or what level you're at. Even school band musicians will benefit from these easy-to-follow techniques.

Stan Munslow is a Rhode Island-based musician, writer, and instructor with over 25 years' experience both onstage and backstage. He holds a BM from Berklee College of Music and has been leading musicians, professional and amateur alike, onto the stage since 1981.

©2016 Stan Munslow (P)2016 Stan Munslow

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Really constructive advice

Really constructive advice on music practice in a short amount of time. Highly recommended audiobook!

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Short little refresh on practice

There are longer books on the art of practice on Audible. This has similar content but distilled into six nuggets. You know: practice slowwwwly, break up what you are learning into smaller bits.

What is nice is that the author narrows the whole science/art of practice into these six concepts you can take action on immediately. Esp. Good for those new to an instrument or who have been at it a couple years and are frustrated at the slow pace of progess.

Audio is a tad scrappy but okay for short book.

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