The Perfect Wrong Note: Learning to Trust Your Musical Self
Drawing on experience, psychological insight, and wisdom ancient and modern, the author shows how to trust yourself and set your own musicality free. Practising, in the author's view is a lively, honest, adventurous, and rewarding enterprise, and it can be met with daily success, which empowers us to grow even more.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - quaintlittlehead - LibraryThing
If you have taken music lessons for more than a little while, you will recognise part of yourself in this book. Westney describes all the psychological pitfalls that come with classical music study ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - samfsmith - LibraryThing
This book reinforces the idea that it is OK to make mistakes - a good thing, since I make a lot of them. Surprising how many musicians subscribe to the cult that mistakes in practice are bad. The best ... Read full review
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