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The musician's soul : a journey examining spirituality for performers, teachers, composers, conductors, and music educators

Author: James Mark Jordan
Publisher: Chicago : GIA, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Beyond the precise techniques of music-making lies the uncertain and often untapped world of artistic self-expression and soulful spirituality. James Jordan's The Musician's Soul starts all musicians on a journey to that higher plane. Jordan offers words of wisdom and encouragement based on his own journey as a conductor, yet these writings are pertinent to all musicians, perhaps to any creative being. Filled with  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Mark Jordan
ISBN: 1579990584 9781579990589
OCLC Number: 42447666
Notes: "G-5095."
Description: xv, 184, [3] pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1. Setting the Stage: Introduction ; "Give me some old time religion" --
Part 2. Exploring Soulfulness: Three important ingredients: being open, being vulnerable, and knowing your center ; The spiritual presence of the musician: spiritual synergism that grows out of solitude ; Understanding and pursuing center and soul --
Part 3. The Larger Picture: Musicians as community ; Influences of a profound soul --
Part 4. Concious Choices: Mimetics and envy: the mimetic predicament of the musician, the major obstacle for the creative artist ; The heart, stillness, and simplicity --
Part 5. The End as the Beginning: Soulwrestling: awareness and salvation --
Postscript essays: The musicians soul: a graduate student reflects / Matthew Mehaffey ; The musician's soul: new journey / Heather J. Buchanan ; Shakespeare, Saint Isaac the Syrian, and the choral experience of envy / Donald Sheehan.
Responsibility: James Jordan.

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Beyond the precise techniques of music-making lies the uncertain and often untapped world of artistic self-expression and soulful spirituality. James Jordan's The Musician's Soul starts all musicians on a journey to that higher plane. Jordan offers words of wisdom and encouragement based on his own journey as a conductor, yet these writings are pertinent to all musicians, perhaps to any creative being. Filled with inspiring, thought-provoking quotations, life experiences, and ideas, this book will encourage you to explore your inner self by creating openness and vulnerability, finding your center, and discovering the importance of solitude as well as community. The result will be a new heartfelt honesty and beauty in your music. Look beyond the mechanics of technique into the soul of music, creating a new, inspired voice.

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