If we are practicing our chords with the right fingers, we will play them with the right fingers. This phrase still pops in my mind, reminding me to take the time to practice the correct way. It often means that I won't get through all my repertoire in one sitting. It means I'll practice the two measures I fumble over until my fingers begin to remember the right way. And then it's easier the next time, and before I know it, it's easier to do it the right way than the wrong way!
And it's always better to play the right way, even if your child insists he plays "better" the wrong way. ;)
-Let's Play Music with Kendra Flake
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