Re: [Harp-L] Re:How do you break through a wall? (Will Vogtman)

Robert Bonfiglio wrote:
> The best way to treat learning is as a child, one day at a time and
> see what I have learned - do not compare yourself to other players.
> If it takes you 10 years to learn  a certain technique that someone
> else can play in 5 minutes, in music this is not a bad thing.
> Because during that 10 years you will be developing tone, power,
> phrasing, music making.  Music is not a race.  The process needs to
> be enjoyed along the way; what you play belongs to you and no one
> else.  This is why we call it playing music, not working music.
---Words to live by!

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