Haven’t been doing much about this since I stopped going to physio, since I used to do it there. Maybe I should start taking it to work… 20 months ago
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My teacher marked the work done so far (40 or 50 pages) and told me not to bother with lessons until I hit an obstacle, as I obviously have a good grasp of the material so far. :c)
Did a bit of work in Barbara Wharram’s book in the interim, which is more demanding. 21 months ago
I’ve been pretty good about doing the exercises in the workbook, mostly during dead time, like when I’m at physio. Making steady progress. :c) 22 months ago
Received my new workbook from my teacher on Sunday, and am going through it and completing the exercises. Nothing new so far, but because it’s a piano book, I’m gaining greater familiarity with the bass clef. (Men’s vocal parts are usually written an octave higher than sung, on the treble clef, for ease of reading.)
Also did some reading in another theory workbook at physio recently; good use of otherwise dead time. Major and minor scales, keys, and modes. 22 months ago
I’m ready to move forward on this goal, and the pianist of one of my groups is going to give me lessons. I will need her help to make the endless scales and modes relevant!! :c) 22 months ago