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The musician's walk : an ethical labyrinth

Author: James Mark Jordan; Eric Kephart; James Abbington; et al
Publisher: Chicago GIA Publications, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The ethical "walk" musicians take is like a journey through a labyrinth: as we walk toward the center, turns and challenges confront us. When we are open to changes in our course, we can move closer to the center of the labyrinth, closer to that core musical experience.
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Mark Jordan; Eric Kephart; James Abbington; et al
ISBN: 1579995500 9781579995508
OCLC Number: 63192614
Notes: "The third in a trilogy with The musician's soul and The musician's spirit"--t.p.
"G-6734"
Description: xxxii, 399 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Contents: The musician's walk : a labyrinth? --
Moving into light and wakefulness --
The walk : one step at a time --
The loneliness of musicians : breeding unawareness --
The compassionate musician --
I and thee --
Who am I? Who are they? Confusion between human self and musical self --
An ethical code for artists defined by awareness --
Sister music : an awareness of love and its power --
Core vs. force : a paradigm for monitoring the musician's walk --
Musicians heal yourselves : listening in a new way --
Understanding why artists hurt others --
The "real" sound of music --
Relationships and the music educator / by Kenneth R. Raessler --
A servant-musician : ethics for the church musician / by John Yarrington --
The role of humility on the journey --
Women : mimetics and self-perception / by Allegra Martin --
The musician's need to journal daily : being aware of the herd --
Ethics and the music educator / by Kenneth R. Raessler --
A code of ethics from the inside out : thoughts on an ethical code for band directors / by Richard Floyd --
One body, two selves --
Some guidelines and further definitions : an ethical code for musicians --
Nonmusical considerations for the church musician / by James Abbington --
EBLA (ethics by looking around) : seeing and recognizing the obvious --
Be not afraid : understanding authentic presence --
Dedicating oneself to an ethical code --
The end is the beginning : coming full circle --
My ethical notebook --
Liberal education rediscovered / by L. Jackson Newell.
Responsibility: James Jordan ; photography by Eric Kephart ; foreword by Weston Noble ; with essays by James Abbington ... [et al.].

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The ethical "walk" musicians take is like a journey through a labyrinth: as we walk toward the center, turns and challenges confront us. When we are open to changes in our course, we can move closer to the center of the labyrinth, closer to that core musical experience.

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