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The Musician's Way A Guide to Practice Performance and Wellness

Related injuries and euips musicians to tap their own innate creativity Written in a conversational style The Musician's Way presents an inclusive system for all instrumentalists and vocalists to advance their musical abilities and succeed as performing artists. I have a powerful tendency to lean on the analyticalcerebral side of me to tackle projects I began my drumming journey 23 years ago and I feel that said natural propensity has curtailed my experience of the spontaneous and mysterious sides of music Books like Victor Wooten s The Music Lesson A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music worked wonders in allowing me to explore the most instinctive realms of music On the other hand I found Gerald Klickstein s book way too granular and rational If I had been given this book when I was getting started my appreciation would have been way different That being said I did get a few golden nuggets that I am sure will benefit me a lot An example is the emphasis on seeking relaxation ease and emotional expression in every practice session The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory realms of music On the other hand I found Gerald Klickstein s book way too granular and The Big Golden Book of Poetry rational If I had been given this book when I was getting started my appreciation would have been way different That being said I did get a few golden nuggets that I am sure will benefit me a lot An example is the emphasis on seeking

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In The Musician's Way veteran performer and educator Gerald Klickstein combines the latest research with his 30 years of professional experience to provide aspiring musicians with a roadmap to artistic excellence Part I Artful Practice describes strategies to in. Gerald Klickstein has done an incredible thing for all aspiring professional musicians he has written a book that combines creative practice techniues with a genuine concern for artistic wellness while simultaneously shattering the myth that musicians especially young musicians need to spend their lives in practice rooms in order to succeed Without indulging in platitudes he manages to drive home the notion that the uality of practice far outweighs the uantity of practice though the uantity that is getting enough practice is important also This is a book that every music student aspiring professional and enthusiastic amateur should read to enhance creativity and encourage artistry It is one that I will reference time and time again Homewrecker roadmap to artistic excellence Part I Artful Practice describes strategies to in. Gerald Klickstein has done an incredible thing for all aspiring professional musicians he has written a book that combines creative practice techniues with a genuine concern for artistic wellness while simultaneously shattering the myth that musicians especially young musicians need to spend their lives in practice Make your own model forts & castles rooms in order to succeed Without indulging in platitudes he manages to drive home the notion that the uality of practice far outweighs the uantity of practice though the uantity that is getting enough practice is important also This is a book that every music student aspiring professional and enthusiastic amateur should Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury read to enhance creativity and encourage artistry It is one that I will How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reference time and time again

Gerald Klickstein à 3 review

Terpret and memorize compositions fuel motivation collaborate and Part II Fearless Performance lifts the lid on the hidden causes of nervousness and shows how musicians can become confident performers Part III Lifelong Creativity surveys tactics to prevent music. Love love love this book It gives some of the most clear and detailed instruction on performing and how to construct a practice that will lead to good repeatable performances I ve ever run into anywhere Eually applicable to piano and voice and should apply to other instruments as well Good stuff


10 thoughts on “The Musician's Way A Guide to Practice Performance and Wellness

  1. says:

    This is an excellent guide for any musician or performer It is full of invaluable advice and secrets from professionals and teachers that are in print for the first time The practice section is extremely helpful for schedu

  2. says:

    I like this book Though its title is similar to the popular Artist's Way which is a sort of new age workbookwork diary for artists or anyone for that matter and which I found boring and unhelpful in any way The Musician's Way has alot of practical usable information on everything from practice habits developing repertoire stage jit

  3. says:

    Gerald Klickstein has done an incredible thing for all aspiring professional musicians he has written a book that combines

  4. says:

    Yet another how to be a musician book This came highly recommended and I think I would feel wowed if I hadn't already read numerous books on sports psychology which express a lot of the same ideas in a scientific a

  5. says:

    Love love love this book It gives some of the most clear and detailed instruction on performing and how to construct a practice that will lead to good repeatable performances I've ever run into anywhere Eually applicable to piano and voice and should apply to other instruments as well Good stuff

  6. says:

    The “Musician’s Way” is a comprehensive manual for becoming a musician It covers pretty much everything you need to do to become a serious musician It is a rather dry book but as a musician I was able to cull many ideas to help improve my practice routines and performance I would recommend this book to anyo

  7. says:

    There are gems in the pages of The Musician's Way Pages upon pages of invaluable and excellent advice The plans are clear specific and practical

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Very comprehensive and includes information which may lead you to the website connected to this book

  9. says:

    I have a powerful tendency to lean on the analyticalcerebral side of me to tackle projects I began my drumming journey 23 years ago and I feel that said natural propensity has curtailed my experience of the spontaneous and mysterious sides of music Books like Victor Wooten’s The Music Lesson A Spiritual Search for Growth Through

  10. says:

    Nice read even though I was not the targeted audience I play the piano as a hobby and not as a professional This book goes

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