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MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Head Voice, Positive Mental Attitude

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18 Mar 2017
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Clifton ware: chap 2 psychology of singing. Amy is embarassed to sing loudly or express strong eotions. John"s teacher tells him he could be outstandin
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Protestant Work Ethic

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18 Mar 2017
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Motivation is derived from latin movere, meaning to move . Process of starting, directing, and maintaining both physiological and psychological activit
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Takers

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18 Mar 2017
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Road that leads to success will be more interesting and rewarding if the focus is on the process (means) rather than the product (end) Focus on process
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter 2: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGING- PERCEPTUAL MODES

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18 Mar 2017
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In the development and use of imagination, we rely upon 4 important perceptual modes: visual. Closely associated with mental imagery: analystical (thin
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Modus Operandi

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18 Mar 2017
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Psychological time is referred to as time perspective. The way we organize the flow of perceived events and experiences into: Sense of time heavily inf
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Daniel Goleman, Hand Game

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18 Mar 2017
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Intelligence is the capacity for reasoning, understanding and other forms of mental activity. Counteracts traditional viewpoint of iq as sole guide to
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Coping With, Cerebral Cortex

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18 Mar 2017
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Students learn to cope with what appear to be contradictory concepts or instructions. Philosophical explanation for such paradoxical situations is that
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter 2: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SINGING- PERCEPTION AND MENTAL IMAGERY

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18 Mar 2017
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The act or faculty of comprehending by means of the senses or the mind. The way we perceive reality affects our thinking processes and behaviour patter
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vocal Process

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18 Mar 2017
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Perception has to do with assimilating info through senses and mind. Conceptions are the result of how we use our perceptions. Concepts are more comple
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Good Music

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26 Jan 2017
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Major problem confronting all vocalists is prevailing cultural attitude/preference for what constitutes a desirable tonal quality. Great emphasis on pr
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter 1: CLIFTON WARE: Benefits of Voice Study

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26 Jan 2017
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Growing self awareness that results from being attuned to mental, emotional, and spiritual potential of mind and body when interacting with the externa
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WLUMU194Brandon LeisFall

MU194 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neurology, Phonation, Thoracic Diaphragm

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26 Jan 2017
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Clifton ware chap 1: philosophy of singing. Highly variable, exaggerated, sustained vocal expression humans use for heightened communication. Says the
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