I break down this, firstly, in two options:
a) If the piece was NOT previously studied/read (aka, if the piece is completely new):
Then just proceed to read it (with the instrument), write down right hand digitations specially the difficult parts (where there are many options to digitate), try to play it through and circle with a pencil, the bars or parts of bars that are more difficult. Identify them.
b) If the piece was previously studied/read:
By this point you already identified the difficult parts. The ones circled with a pencil. Apply several process to it:
>If it is a section where the right hand has a very difficult part, then apply stuff like plantings: by pressure, full planting (where possible), sequential planting, speed burst (with staccato and without). Although firstly, I would study it VERY slowly observating the movements of each finger.
>If it was a section where the left hand has a very difficult part, then play it in a very slow motion. Observe one finger at the time moving. Then another one. Then another one. Then another one. Of the left hand, of course.... Then play the difficult part at 60% of the total speed, speed it up... slowly. Alternate: two repetitions at 50% speed of the adjusted speed, then the next repetition at 100% of the adjusted speed. Speed it up.
This is just a resume of course. It ommits the technical excercises derivated or not from the piece itself. If you wanted a more detailed plan, you could PM me and I will very possibly send you a reply with the information needed.
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