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Josh Wright
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Dear friends – after my post about my #skin healing up from intense #eczema after withdrawing from the strongest #steroid creams available (clobetasol propionate ointment), I received numerous inquiries from people about the products/supplements/practices I used during this process that helped me the most. I wrote this detailed article about everything I did to help heal my eczema after going through Topical Steroid Withdrawal, or #TSW as it's commonly referred to. I've also listed links to all products that I used. I hope it can help you or anyone you know who is going through this horrible trial!
http://www.joshwrightpiano.com/blog/8-products-for-healing-eczema-after-quitting-steroid-creams-tsw

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Here is a full tutorial on one of my favorite intermediate pieces: Solfeggietto by CPE Bach. Enjoy :)

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ProPractice is back! Here's one of the most requested ProPractice videos to date - Liszt Liebestraum 3. Enjoy :)

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A special tribute to my lifelong piano teacher, Dr. Susan Duehlmeier. You have been one of the greatest guiding influences, a mentor, a teacher, and a friend. Thank you for all you've done for me and your countless other students.

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A fun analogy by one of the country's best teachers, Norman Krieger

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This is a fun new trick I discovered when working with my little sister on the Tauriello Toccata. It helps a lot with improving accuracy and confidence on difficult large jumps. Enjoy:)

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Here are a few tips I went over with a very bright young student a few days ago, all about how to mentally organize practicing in order to gain better precision and hand alignment. Enjoy :)

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I've always told my students that piano is a huge game of illusions...here's a "hack" for the insanely fast scales towards the end of the Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No.2

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This is a fun concept that I taught a young girl a few months ago who had never had success with voicing her melody. After applying this concept, she became a pro at it. I hope it can help you as well :)

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Love this! From James Altucher's book "Choose Yourself"
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