Started 2 years ago (2016-07-05T23:00:00Z). Goes forever.

Try to practice your musical instrument every day for at least a few minutes.

Concentrate on being calm and steady, if you are regular it will pay off!

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I could only play very late today so I only practiced for 30 minutes. Various exercises and pieces.

  • 30 minutes of exercises
  • 20 minutes of Gavotte by Couperin
  • 40 minutes of various old pieces and traditional pieces I play with my friend.

(oops, forgot to post!)

  • 1h45 of work with my harpist friend
  • 30 minutes of technical exercises
  • 30 minutes of Gavotte by Couperin
  • 30 minutes of several traditional pieces I play with a friend

Got my cello back today! Woohoo!

It sounds awesome now! ♥

  • 20 minutes of fun play when I got it back
  • 1h of lesson

Since I gave my cello to the luthier yesterday for a revision, I couldn’t play today.

But I did work about 30 minutes on Gavotte by Couperin by training my sight-reading on the parts I haven’t played yet.

1h10 of work

  • 30 minutes of warm up and scales
  • 40 minutes mostly of Gavotte by Coubertin, a little bit of Andantino by Mozart and Andantino by Haydn (an old piece I like and don’t want to forget how to play)

Whow! 1h30 of work today! \o/

  • 30 minutes of warm up and scales
  • 10 minutes of Andantino by Mozart
  • 50 minutes of Gavotte by Couperin

1h of work!

  • Warm ups and scales ~15 min
  • Andantino by Mozart ~15 min
  • Gavotte by Couperin 30 min

50 minutes of cello.

  • Warm ups
  • Scales
  • Andantino by Mozart
  • Sight-read Gavotte by Couperin and training of the first part.

I was a bit angry when I started because I really felt I made backward progress because of my big break (1 month) but I eventually managed to calm down, so it was great!

I haven’t been very regular this last month, lets try to change that!

  • 15 minutes of warm-up exercises
  • 10 minutes of Andantino by Mozart
  • 30 min. of scales and Hanon
  • 1 hour of practicing the Little Prelude in C dur by Bach (BWV 939)
  • 20 minutes of sons filés and scales
  • 25 minutes of Minuet by Bach
  • 10 minutes of sons filés and scales.
  • 20 minutes of Minuet by Bach.

I also practiced music theory a lot these last few days. Started learning C 4th key.

50 minutes of « sons filés », scales and Minuet by Bach.

  • 10 minutes of « sons filés » and scales, for some reason I was super precise today :O
  • 15 minutes of Minuet by Bach

I didn’t work much because I was a little bit in pain and didn’t want to make it worse.

  • 15 minutes of « sons filés » and scales
  • 30 minutes of Minuet by Bach
  • 15 minutes of « sons filés »
  • 15 minutes of scales
  • 30 minutes of Minuet by Bach, I feel like I’m starting to get it right, at last! :D
  • 10 minutes of scales
  • 45 minutes of training on Minuet by Bach
  • 40 minutes of exercises and scales, I took a look at minor scales for the first time. I wonder why I waited so long! :o
  • 10 minutes of Minuet by Bach, this piece is pretty difficult, I’m not satisfied at all with the sound I give them.
  • 30 minutes of exercises and scales
  • 15-20 minutes of Minuet by Back
  • 30 minutes of « sons filés » and exercises
  • 30 minutes of Bach practice