An investigation into musicians' thoughts and perceptions during performance

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Clark, T.; Lisboa, T.; Williamon, A.;
  • Publisher: Sage
  • Subject: M1 | mupsy

Given the current state of understanding surrounding musicians’ experiences while performing, this study sought to investigate musicians’ thoughts and perceptions during performances and the perceived impact their evaluation of those thoughts and perceptions has on thei... View more
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