What difference does ten years of practice make?

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    Dan Forshaw
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    Here are two recordings of ‘Danny Boy’ recorded ten years apart

    Watch the lesson here to find out what I practiced in order to sound better ten years later, and some of the things I might do in the next ten!

    https://cambridgesaxophone.com/lessons/what-difference-does-ten-years-of-practice-make/

    Just to note that the video ended up out of focus so I will be reshooting it ASAP. It was late on a Friday evening and I wanted to make sure you had a new lesson to watch on a Saturday morning!

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    therunninghead
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    If you’re re-recording, could you please bring this year’s playing (jn Ely) up a bit? I can hardly hear it, whereas 2005 is clear.

    I like very much your point about keeping a record of what we used to sound like – I try to encourage and reward myself for practice and hard work, so real evidence of improvement is gold dust.

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