I brought my cello in for routine review and repair of minor cracks near the endpin and to make sure previous repairs are holding now that Spring weather changes are upon us.
I’m not Dave Letterman, so maybe you can help me expand this list from three to ten, so i can have a true “Top Ten” list?
1. Spending your practice time listening in detail to a piece
2. Practice your left right coordination with an imaginary cello
3. Take a break from thinking about the cello at all (gasp!) and see if coming back fresh helps.
Any other ideas?