Music from the Inside Out tackles these thorny issues and others, which can profoundly affect musicians and which they may not want to face. Readers are encouraged to look at what lies beneath the surface and guided to unlock what’s holding them back. With this book, musicians can:
• Learn how to transform their own inner critic
• Get to grips with their performance nerves
• Discover how to play with complete physical freedom
• Perform to the peak of their expressive power
Music from the Inside Out gives musicians the tools to transform their whole approach to performing music. It is suitable for classical musicians, students, amateurs and professionals. Because of its universal messages, it can cross over into the worlds of jazz, pop and rock; even sport, acting and any other performance-related professions. Author Charlotte Tomlinson has been inspired by a number of books, including The Inner Game of Tennis by W Timothy Gallwey, A Soprano on Her Head by Eloise Ristad, The Musician’s Way by Gerald Klickster and The Art of Practicing by Madeline Bruser.
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Music from the Inside Out is an excellent tool for musicians, actors and spotsmen alike. An easy read and step-by-step guide through the issues surrounding performance. It is a modern day "Bible" for performance related professionals and a "must have" for beginners, keen to equip themselves for success.
by Juliet Auburn