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I need some guidance on how to keep from getting ahead of myself. How proficient should I be with one lesson before I incorporate the next lesson into my practice? How many things should I be working on at the same time? I have only been "playing" about 1 month. I like the violin so much, that I want to be able to play the Canon in D next month! I know, impossible. Any Ideas out there?

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Posted: May 21, 2010
Last Comment: May 23, 2010

Posted: May 23, 2010
Beth's reply was reassuring. I pretty much do what she suggested, and it does help. I guess the only thing I don't do is stick to a piece until I have it mastered. I get bored, and want to move on. But, once I know it, I don't usually forget it. Each time I go back to it, I somehow improve. Plus, if you play one thing long enough, you will have it memorized without effort, which is great!! Then, you can play from the heart! Thanks Beth!! Dyan

Posted: May 23, 2010
Thanks for the reply, it's a great help!