This doesnâ€™t mean, of course, that we can just play Yo Yo Ma in the background and expect to master the cello, or put the textbook underneath the pillow and expect to ace the algebra test. We still need to practice. We just might not need to practice as much as we think.
Still, I am willing to do just about anything to help my students grow as musicians and to improve in their performance abilities. If listening is as important as the research says it is then why the heck donâ€™t we do more of it?
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