Randy Stein Posted March 14 Share Posted March 14 (edited) a few weeks ago I was approached by an EC player to assist with music they were given by their church choir director for an April performance. She wanted to add some double stops and simple chording in areas and asked me to help her with 16 measures where she had a solo. Practicing a piece of music for a performance is different from practicing to learn a tune for a session or working on techniques to improve fingering and bellow control. Once you know the proper notation of your music, one needs to practice the phrasing and dynamics that a musical performance require. If playing with others, you also have to be aware when and how to blend and when to stand out, as in a solo. Depending on the music and one's level of experience, practicing for a performance offers a chance to work and rework a specific piece of music with a directed subtlety. You need to work and rework specific notation, fingering, and phrasing so you are confident of your playing when the day of your performance comes. Practice so that when you perform the audience hears what you hear. Your EC voice. Edited March 14 by Randy Stein 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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