I've been paying attention to your sight-reading blog, very good stuff.
Question for you - have you really maintained 2 hours per day? Thats a long time. I'm going to start a similar regimen this summer once I leave work, but I was thinking of doing 30m a day. Of course I still want to spend time on 'traditional' practice as well.
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Thanks. Yes, two hours every day. I don't think I've missed a day since the Hawaii trip.
Usually get up around 6:30, surf the Internet in front of the fire until the living room warms up, then one hour of hymns, followed by an hour of other sight-reading practice.
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