Hi all,

Welcome to April! Good work on being musical! Please find your name in the list below and see the homework given.

Student 1: Linda

Recommended minutes to practice: 20-30 min

What to practice:   Technique: Scales- e minor, F+ and E minor triads  1 octave broken and solid

Repertoire: Cranky Cat, Etude, Theory unit 1

How to practice it most effectively:   10 min on technique, 20 min repertoire

Student 2: Vlada

Recommended minutes to practice:   15-20 min

What to practice:   1-2 warmups on youtube, castle on a cloud

How to practice it most effectively:  start with a short physical warmup to be relaxed in your body, listen closely to the melody line and emotion behind the words

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space

Student 3: Alex

Recommended minutes to practice:   15-20 min

What to practice:   1-2 warmups on youtube, fingers crossed

How to practice it most effectively:  start with a short physical warmup to be relaxed in your body, practice with the singer, then try the karaoke, listen for her emotion behind the words, keep space in the back of your throat

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space

Student 4: Oliver

Recommended minutes to practice:   15-20 min

What to practice:  warmup your fingers with a C scale

How to practice it most effectively:  Focus for a short time and once you make some progress, give yourself a reward

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space

Student 5: Naiara

Recommended minutes to practice:   15-20 min

What to practice:  choose a song that you can play on the piano as warmup, then try something harder

How to practice it most effectively:  prepare all your music before you start

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space

Student 6: Miikwan

Recommended minutes to practice:   15-20 min

What to practice:  Review the PDF to page 10, try the next pages

How to practice it most effectively:  warmup your fingers by playing your own thing, think about what notes you are playing

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space, watch  for posture and round hand position

Student 7: Christian

Recommended minutes to practice:   15 min

What to practice:  Warmup all your fingers by playing your own thing, once you get the book review pages  8-10 (Recommend Book: Accelerated Piano Adventures for the older beginner- Faber book 1 )

How parents can support practice: set up a regular schedule and private space

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