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Jose Correia

Great session!!!

July 30, 2009 at 3:00 AM

Today, my practice was great, I started with some scales with and without vibrato, then I started working on the part that was giving me trouble in bach violin concerto in A minor, it had improved a lot so I focused on the parts that were rough and then I decided to play the entire piece. I felt it was very well played not just intonation but also my dynamics had improved and my bow arm was controlled I felt great after I finished playing then I worked on the trouble spots agaib and started my next piece. After bach I started polishing mozart's eine kleine nachtmusich, I really love this piece and my interpretation has improved a lot I just need to work a little bit more on it until its ready. Then I finished with pachelbel's canon and bocherinni's minuet, I played those pieces for fun. I always enjoy practicing but today It was better.

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