Practising without Problems – Mental Training for (Jazz)Musicians

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Michael Gustorff: ‘Practising without Problems – Mental Training for (Jazz)Musicians’

Dit boek helpt musici hun manier van oefenen te verbeteren. Je leert – door een andere mentale houding in te nemen – jouw oefenprocessen plezieriger en effectiever te maken. 

De volgende onderwerpen komen aan bod:

  • Mentale voorbereiding
  • Hoe verwerk je nieuwe informatie effectief?
  • Motivatieproblemen
  • Hoe ga je zinvol met oefenplannen om?
  • Problemen tijdens het studeren
  • Techniek oefenen
  • Improvisatie & creativiteit oefenen
  • Onderwijzen & onderwezen worden
  • Op het podium

80 blz, met tekeningen van Mona Sabine Meis
Layout: Han Halewijn
The book is written in ‘easy’ English
Kosten: € 14,80 incl. btw, excl. verzendkosten
Meer informatie op: www.gustorff.com
Bestellen
via: www.gustorff.com/book.php

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 Over ‘Practising Without Problems’

David Liebman:

“Michael Gustorff has organized the basics of practicing in a highly organized and simple presentation. In fact it is so thoroughly portrayed, the principles could easily be applied to other fields of endeavor besides jazz. I have always maintained that “learning how to learn” is the most important concept for not only the present, but future course of any artist’s development. This book will help anyone in that pursuit.”

John Taylor:

 “I think it’s a fresh and honest approach to how we (as musicians, teachers and students) can deal with practising, our music generally, ourselves and the way we work.  It is totally positive and Michael Gustorff has accomplished it in such a calm and reflective way. The ideas are easy to assimilate.”

Hal Galper (www.halgalper.com):

Michael Gustorff’s very excellent book ‘Practising without problems’. An invaluable guide for students”

“Do you or your students have trouble practising? Almost everyone faces the problem of what and how to practise. It’s the responsibility of each individual to develop their own practising methodology. There are as many ways to practise as there are musicians practising. The way one’s practising is organized and the methods used to absorb new musical information have a direct influence on one’s musical conception and the development of style. The best book on the subject that offers objective advice on developing an efficient practising mentality is Michael Gustorff’s ‘Practising without problems’. I found little to disagree with.” (Hal Galper, newsletter: http://www.amenablemusic.net/newsletter.pdf)

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