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Teachers can use this book as a textbook for teaching practice methods. It can save you a lot of time, allowing you to concentrate on teaching music. If you don't have a teacher, pick any piece of music you want to learn (that is within your technical skill level) and start practicing it using the methods described here; the methods are arranged roughly in the order in which you will need them as you start learning a new piece. In either case (with or without a teacher), read the entire book quickly the first time, starting with the Preface which gives you a quick overview. Skip any section that you think is not relevant or is too detailed; do not try to understand every concept or to remember anything -- read it like a science fiction novel, mainly for fun -- you just want to get acquainted with the book and get some idea of where certain topics are discussed. Finally, read as much of the Testimonial section as you find interesting. Then re-start from where you think the book gives material that you need; most people will need to read all of Chapter One, sections I and II. Then you can skip around to specific topics that apply to the composition you are learning. If you don't have a clear idea of what compositions to learn, this book cites many examples, from beginner material (Chapter One, III.18.2) to intermediate; therefore, in your first reading, look for where these examples/suggestions are.

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