Practice or Talent is receiving 5* reviews on Amazon
‘A must read book, even if you’re not musical. The principles can be applied to any talent’
Do you think you’re musically talented?
What is talent? What makes us musical?
Why do we have to practice? How can we practise better?
Lisa Faye’s new book helps you discover the answers to these questions by looking at what makes people musical by understanding the difference between practice and talent. She analyses factors including our environment, belief, genes and how the brain works to help you reach your musical potential.
‘Great advice on how to structure music practice to get the most out of the time spent. As a parent of 3 budding pianists I’ve found the tips really helpful’
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Inspired by her students to help them believe in themselves and their musical potential, she has also included 21 practical tips on how to improve music practice, to help you become a better musician. Practice is important but more importantly it is the way we practise that produces better resultsPractice needs to be focused and fun, not a boring repetition of scales, pieces and sight reading. So if you want to improve your musical ability but think you can’t because you aren’t talented enough then this is the book for you! And if you a re looking for ways to improve your practice and get better results from your time then this is definitely the book for you!