December 10, 2011 at 12:22 PMI have a student who just started with me four months ago. He's 9, homeschools, and feels great determination towards "getting it right." I don't want to change too much too soon in his playing. So I thought I'd send a little video to you teachers and players, with a query - in your opinion, what's the most important thing he should tackle in his playing right now? See below. Thanks in advance!
Then maybe give him some musical ideas, for example, he could try doing a crescendo without beating. I'm sure he is not aware that he is beating, but a musical idea could perhaps help him become aware of it but give him something else to do. He sounds like a good student, have fun!
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