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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

October 10, 2004 at 12:10 AM

Today I've been playing the Ysaye with a metronome via teacher's orders. It is so much harder that way. I've been playing this piece forever and realized that I'm faking a lot of it without knowing. I mean, I think I had it learned and then at some point it turned into faking and now I have to learn it all over again. Grrr. Trying not to zone out while doing it. Why does quarter note equals 96 seem so fast for this piece? Maybe it is a time perception thing. Or tired perception thing. Or zoned out perception thing. ANyhow. Later guys.

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