A game-changer for me was The Perfect Wrong Note by William Westney.
I’ve incorporated his concepts into my practice and play so much that I cannot even tell you specifically what I learned from the book anymore. I lent it out long ago and it’s out there in the world somewhere, hopefully helping others learn how to learn. (Rather than be dependent on a teacher forever.) I adopted his many practical, actionable suggestions into my approach.
I recommend this book to anyone who is learning an instrument.
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Contributor: Naomi Galimidi
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