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Piano Lessons: Level Three Musical: Lesson 16

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is Peery Habits level three, musical
lesson number 16.
So how is your goal coming?
Are you getting towards your final speeds?
How many pieces are you practicing?
If you're practicing three, that's really
I mean, that means you're practicing a lot
every day.
And always the more practice the better.
But you can, you only need to really be
practicing the pieces you're still trying
to Peery certify.
So last lesson, I gave you a lot of good
information about how to prepare for
your certification and how to work up to
your speeds to get the final for minuetto.
It's a great idea to review the old
lessons on all the fern steps for
each section, to make sure that you're
covering every single detail.
There are a lot of details that go into
minuetto, and
just to be watching and playing along with
me on
the videos that I did in lesson 15 where I
played it at the two different tempos.
So keep working hard.
Hopefully after this week of practice, you
can send in a video so
I can hear how you're doing.
So, get to work.