This year I decided to hold the concert early due to exams.
|This is supposedly Edvard Grieg, cut in wood, using a chainsaw - oh dear - "he" stands on a shelf and nobody knows what to do with him.|
|One of the old windows|
It is strange changing one's practice, all of a sudden playing the piano is getting some of its old allure back, and I even use some practice tricks on my exam cramming (taken from a book by Burton Kaplan):
- be impatient - if you don't get it right when having tried three times in a row, change practice strategy
- success no matter what - have sensible goals, get rid of all traces/feelings of failure
- try a success rate of 5 out of 10, then 6 out of 10, 7 out of 10 and so on ...
And the concert went really well today.