Do you have a lot of music to learn? Are you short on practice time?
This eBook is for busy musicians who don’t have a ton of time to learn new pieces.
As a musician, I have had to learn many pieces of music. It took me years to learn how to properly study a piece and learn it well. It wasn’t until I finished undergrad that I realized I had been learning pieces the wrong way. Since then, I have created a four step process for how to learn a piece of music.
And I want to share that exact process so you don’t have to struggle like I did!
What would it feel like to:
- Take on last minute gigs
- Learn more music in less time
- Understand the basics of score study
- Listen to music more intently
- Increase productivity in the practice room
- Study pieces more in depth
- Be more prepared for upcoming concerts
- More effectively help students with their music
- Add a variety of music to your repertoire
- Be known for your music skills
- Establish your credibility as a performer
I know what it’s like to:
- Feel stuck when learning new repertoire
- Struggle through practice sessions and rehearsals
- Wish music was “easier” to learn
And I also know what it’s like to:
- Spend less time in the practice room
- Be more productive with the time I do have
- Dedicate time to building my network
- Share my passion for music with the world
- Learn music quickly and efficiently
Now, it’s your turn!
- Stop running through music
- Start working through the hard stuff
- Practice more productively
- Help your students
- Get that exciting gig
- Learn new music the right way
- Get in and out of the practice room more quickly
How to Learn a Piece of Music Includes
My four step process to learning a piece of music
How to start learning a new piece of music
Tips and tricks for sight reading with ease
How to listen to music with intention
How to practice the performance of a piece
The importance of maintaining pieces long after you learn them
How to build a foundation on your instrument
Will this method work for me?
While I can’t guarantee the four step method will work for everyone, you will benefit from learning the four steps. You can apply each of the four steps to other areas of your music studies.
What will I learn?
You will learn a four step method to learning a piece of music in the most efficient way possible. That includes learning how to sight read well, when to start listening to recordings, and how to prepare for a performance.
Can’t I figure it out myself?
You can. That’s what I did, but I could have wasted much less time if I had used a resource like this. Learning these steps for yourself won’t come with the benefit of having all of the information in one place.
Will this work for [insert instrument]?
While I am a flutist, my four step method applies to all instruments. The basics of learning a piece of music are the same for all musicians. Yes, there are some nuances that are different. You string players don’t have to worry about breath marks, for example. However, my four step method works no matter the instrument.
Can I get a free sample?
I know, should you really spend money on something that is “obvious.” If you’re like me, you’ve had these strategies drilled into you for years. Sometimes it takes that extra push to get you to do it. It took knowing WHY it works for me to actually learn music this way.
You deserve that knowledge, too.
Ready to get started?
This four step process for learning music is the breakthrough you need!
Stop wasting time in the practice room and start enjoying your regular practice sessions.
You can get your copy of the eBook below!