You feel nothing works, everything you play sounds wrong, uninspired and
uninspiring. It is like a ... Some cannot write something they hear, while some
others cannot hear or sing something they read without playing it on an
Author: Jean-Michel Pilc
Publisher: Balquhidder Music/Glen Lyon
Jean-Michel Pilc, jazz pianist and faculty member of Steinhardt School, New York University, has written a remarkable book about the artistic and creative process in the arts. The conversational style well suits the wide ranging topic which draws examples from art and music both classical and jazz. A beautifully expressed work on a subject otherwise impossible to write about. Hailed by musicians around the world as enlightened and inspirational.
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Author: Mary Stakelum
To what extent does research on musical development impact on educational practices in school and the community? Do musicians from classical and popular traditions develop their identities in different ways? What do teachers and learners take into consideration when assessing progress? This book takes a fresh look at 'the musician' and what constitutes 'development' within the fields of music psychology and music education. In doing so, it explores the relationship between formative experiences and the development of the musician in a range of music education settings. It includes the perspectives of classroom teachers, popular musicians, classical musicians and music educators in higher education. Drawn from an international community of experienced educators and researchers, the contributors offer a range of approaches to research. From life history through classroom observation to content analysis, each section offers competing and complementary perspectives on contemporary practice. The book is an essential resource for musicians, educators, researchers and policy makers, offering insight into the reality of practice from those working within established traditions - such as the conservatoire and school settings - and from those who are currently emerging as significant forces in the fields of popular music education and community music.
Rattled, and hearing his own callowness, he cuts himself off after a chorus. (
When he looks like he might dive back in, ... The trumpeter does, however, play
with more bluesy feeling after Kay gives him up. Exempt from wartime service
Author: Kevin Whitehead
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
"This book-both a narrative and a film directory-surveys and analyzes English-language feature films (and a few shorts and TV shows/movies) made between 1927 and 2016 that tell stories about jazz music, its musicians, its history and culture. Play the Way You Feel looks at jazz movies as a narrative tradition with recurring plot points and story tropes, whose roots and development are traced. It also demonstrates how jazz stories cut across diverse genres-biopic, romance, musical, comedy and science fiction, horror, crime and comeback stories, "race movies" and modernized Shakespeare-even as they constitute a genre of their own. The book is also a directory/checklist of such films, 66 of them with extensive credits, plus dozens more shorter/capsule discussions. Where jazz films are based on literary sources, they are examined, and the nature of their adaptation explored: what gets retained, removed, or invented? What do historical films get right and wrong? How does a film's music, and the style of the filmmaking itself, reinforce or undercut the story?--
After I write a piece I love to hear the sounds that I had been imagining and hearing in my head, played for real. ... I need to hear and feel what the
instruments can do — things like how loud and powerful they can be, or how soft
and delicate, ...
Author: Ann McCutchan
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
The Muse That Sings is a collection of interviews with 25 various American composers, born between 1930 and 1960, who explain how they think in sound, mould musical ideas, and ultimately transfer sonic creations to the printed page.
Imagine playing every note correctly ... with a clear sound ... knowing exactly
what your fingers are doing . ... beautiful sound ... you can say the name of the
notes as you play ... your posture is straight and relaxed ... feel every note ... hear
Author: Sarah Sinnamon
Achieving Peak Performance in Music: Psychological Strategies for Optimal Flow is a unique and comprehensive exploration of flow in music performance. It describes the optimal performance experiences of great musicians and outlines ten psychological steps that can be implemented to facilitate and enhance optimal experience. Achieving Peak Performance in Music reveals strategies used by experts to prepare themselves emotionally, cognitively, and physically for performance. Combining this information with research carried out amongst professional performers and knowledge gained from decades of study and research by psychologists on how to achieve a positive experience, the book guides readers on a pathway towards optimal performance. Using everyday language, it presents invaluable practical guidance and a toolbox of strategies to help with all aspects of performance, including memorisation, visualisation, focus, performance anxiety, thought management, motivation, and pre-performance routines. Based on psychological research, the book shares practical knowledge invaluable to music students, parents, and amateur and professional musicians. The strategies on performance provided are applicable to every type of performance, from a student exam to a gig or a concert, making Achieving Peak Performance in Music a significant resource for anyone looking to achieve peak performance.
The blues are really life to me because all my friends, everything around me, the
music that I hear, everything leads me back to the feeling of the blues, or the feeling that I get from playing or singing the blues or hearing others singing and ...
Author: William Ferris
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, folklorist William Ferris toured his home state of Mississippi, documenting the voices of African Americans as they spoke about and performed the diverse musical traditions that form the authentic roots of the blues. Now, Give My Poor Heart Ease puts front and center a searing selection of the artistically and emotionally rich voices from this invaluable documentary record. Illustrated with Ferris's photographs of the musicians and their communities and including a CD of original music and a DVD of original film, the book features more than twenty interviews relating frank, dramatic, and engaging narratives about black life and blues music in the heart of the American South. Here are the stories of artists who have long memories and speak eloquently about their lives, blues musicians who represent a wide range of musical traditions--from one-strand instruments, bottle-blowing, and banjo to spirituals, hymns, and prison work chants. Celebrities such as B. B. King and Willie Dixon, along with performers known best in their neighborhoods, express the full range of human and artistic experience--joyful and gritty, raw and painful. In an autobiographical introduction, Ferris reflects on how he fell in love with the vibrant musical culture that was all around him but was considered off limits to a white Mississippian during a troubled era. This magnificent volume illuminates blues music, the broader African American experience, and indeed the history and culture of America itself. The enhanced ebook edition includes: * Almost 2 hours of video clips and interviews scattered throughout the text * An hour of original music, also imbedded throughout the text * Concludes with the full DVD of original film and full CD of original music Watch the video below to see a demonstration of the the features of this enhanced ebook:
Singers who have limited piano skills must develop enough skills to play their
own pitches at the piano. Playing our own pitches at the piano combines the
senses of touch, sight, and sound. We then feel, see, and hear the pitches,
Author: W. Stephen Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
In The Naked Voice, W. Stephen Smith invites all singers to improve their vocal technique through his renowned and time-tested wholistic method. Focusing not only on the most important technical, but also on the often overlooked psychological and spiritual elements of learning to sing, his book allows readers to develop their own full and individual identities as singers. With philosophies and techniques drawn from a lifetime of teaching voice, Smith demonstrates how one can reveal the true unique sound of ones own voice by singing with the whole self. The masters method, presented in concrete and comprehensible terms with helpful illustrations, is enhanced by a companion website containing exercises performed by singers from Smiths own studio-singers whose talent and training bring them across the country and around the world. The clear and easy style of The Naked Voice welcomes the reader into Smiths teaching studio, and into conversation with Smith himself as he presents the six simple and elegant exercises that form the core of his method. These exercises provide a foundation for free singing, and lead singers through the step-by-step process of mastering the technique. Throughout, Smith speaks sympathetically and encouragingly to the singer in search of an unencumbered and effective approach to the art. The Naked Voice is a must-read for all singers, giving teachers and students, amateurs and professionals, access to the methods and concepts that have earned Smith his reputation as one of the most highly-sought-after vocal instructors in the international arena today.
Step 2: Simply remember a time in the past when you're playing golf really well,
enjoying yourself, feeling really good and ... Step 4: Hear the sounds that you're hearing there, perhaps the sound of the wind or the other golfers on the course or
Author: Andrew Fogg
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Play Better Golf in Your Unconscious Mind with Hypnosis and NLP The Secrets of Hypnotic Golf is an innovative, practical guide to playing the golf of your dreams. Harness the power of your unconscious mind to play golf beyond your imagination using golf-psychology, self-hypnosis and NLP. Andrew Fogg, the Golf Hypnotist, helps amateur and professional golfers of all ages and abilities to fulfil their golfing potential and enjoy their golf. You'll discover and learn how to - Use self-hypnosis & NLP techniques to play better golf - Play & practice golf in your mind and in your dreams - Protect yourself from covert hypnosis on the golf course - Play better golf with less time on the driving range - Hypnotically "steal" skills from your golfing heroes - Have the caddy of your dreams - inside your head - Gain the full enjoyment & success you deserve from your golf - Get in the zone each and every time you play a shot - Release your bad shots and capitalise on your good ones.
Traditionally , all Latin rhythms were handed down from one generation to the
next by singing and playing . Therefore , the importance of hearing and feeling
the rhythms through verbal interpretations is critical . This process is different from
Author: J. Richard Dunscomb
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
DVD provides over three hours of audio and video demonstrations of rehearsal techniques and teaching methods for jazz improvisation, improving the rhythm section, and Latin jazz styles.
Take or any which they are likely to hear by the other players , in fact , his
teaching counts but of partial worth unless ... is of the greatest help make it
necessary to hear much good playing , and above former's enthusiasm , fire , feeling or fancy ...
Take pupils need to hear better playing than he can give them , great that no
teacher can afford to dispense with them , or ... is of the greatest help make it
necessary to hear much good playing , and above former's enthusiasm , fire , feeling or ...
The jazz improviser pre-hears in his mind the next musical event, and then has
the added task of playing it cleanly and with feeling. This is the process of jazz
improvisation. There are habits involved with pre-hearing. Some are really habits
Author: Jerry Coker
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Patterns for Jazz stands as a monument among jazz educational materials. Condensed charts and pertinent explanations are conveniently inserted throughout the book to give greater clarity to the application of more than 400 patterns built on chords and scales---from simple (major) to complex (lydian augmented scales).
They "hear" the voices of the actors and actresses who play the show's parts. In
recalling their ... Kinesthetic learners construct images of feeling and muscular
tension and movement concerning what they are trying to remember. They "feel"
... ear may detect a difference inthe lengthof two notes as smallas0.01 second,
whereas another ear mayrequireas much ... these individual differences inthe
capacityfor hearing time are atthe base ofthe capacity of feeling for time, which plays ...
Author: Carl E. Seashore
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Standard study by founder of Seashore test. Relationship between physical phenomena of sounds and our perception of them. Music as a medium, physical acoustics, auditory apparatus, sound perception, more. Includes 88 figures.
Kids learn by hearing, feeling, seeing, and doing, so stimulate all their senses in
your teaching. Break down complex skills into ... Motivational speaker: Different
kids have different motives for playing hockey. Some are just out for a good time;
Author: Don MacAdam
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Sports & Recreation
The fun and easy way to coach youth hockey – no experience required! Hockey is growing in leaps and bounds around the world, but the demand for qualified coaches far outstrips availability. Moms and dads are being recruited to step in and assume the role of coach even with nothing more than feigned interest for credentials. Coaching Hockey For Dummies is ideally suited to meet these growing needs: its message is clear, the information thorough and user friendly, and it brings along a great attitude. For anyone new to coaching, Coaching Hockey For Dummies will provide an invaluable reference. Unlike other coaching books, which only cover what happens on the ice, Coaching Hockey For Dummies covers every aspect of hockey coaching, from what equipment a coach needs, to holding player-parent meetings, to the perfect drills to develop individual and team skills.
Too often , unfortunately , you concentrate on the feeling , e.g. , " Boy , this really
feels good , " or , “ I feel terrible . ... AND AUDIATION Complete conceptualization
( i.e. , hearing , feeling , seeing , and for some , tasting ) what is to be played is ...
... accounts for this compelling, satisfying feeling, which many other players
characterized as “getting lost in the music”? ... Depending on the version of the
game, you might hear a “mistake” indicator instead—the clank of a mangled
guitar note ...
Author: Kiri Miller
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Why don't Guitar Hero players just pick up real guitars? What happens when millions of people play the role of a young black gang member in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas? How are YouTube-based music lessons changing the nature of amateur musicianship? This book is about play, performance, and participatory culture in the digital age. Miller shows how video games and social media are bridging virtual and visceral experience, creating dispersed communities who forge meaningful connections by "playing along" with popular culture. Playing Along reveals how digital media are brought to bear in the transmission of embodied knowledge: how a Grand Theft Auto player uses a virtual radio to hear with her avatar's ears; how a Guitar Hero player channels the experience of a live rock performer; and how a beginning guitar student translates a two-dimensional, pre-recorded online music lesson into three-dimensional physical practice and an intimate relationship with a distant teacher. Through a series of engaging ethnographic case studies, Miller demonstrates that our everyday experiences with interactive digital media are gradually transforming our understanding of musicality, creativity, play, and participation.
So I went down everything has such a good feeling that you ' re and played and
we struck a rapport , so we ' ve not hearing with a critical ear , but you take been
friends ever since and when he ' d play the tape of the same performance the ...
Upon first entering the house , she had a strange feeling . Hearing music playing
from the basement recreation room , she was relieved to know that Jimmy was
home from school , probably playing a video game downstairs . As she walked ...
Author: Alan Lee Berman
Publisher: Guilford Press
Multidisciplinary and comprehensive in scope, this volume serves as an authoritative overview of scientific knowledge about suicide and its prevention, providing a foundation in theory, research, and clinical applications. Issues relevant to clinical case management are highlighted, and various treatment modalities are discussed in light of the latest research findings.
words . It was not something they had ever tried to analyzed and spoke in terms
of a " feeling " , or a " sense of hearing " and knowing what to do with their fingers
on the keyboard . Jack , feeling a bit frustrated that he really could not explain it ...