The Musician's Walk: An Ethical Labyrinth

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GIA Publications, 2006 - 399 páginas
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The quest for the creation of truthful music leads musicians through self-examination, ethical quandaries, and soulful exercises in this exploration of the intertwining of music and spirituality. Moving beyond the engaging infusion of musicianship with personal spiritual experience, this quest, or “walk,” focuses on the musician’s place amongst other musicians and the labyrinthine complexity of such a network. Throughout the four sections of the book, the musician’s loneliness and compassionate awareness are introduced as necessary components of the walk, which can often lead the musician into contentious relationships with others and help define the musician’s ethical role. The journey settles into areas of contemplation and self-improvement, ensuring that the music produced as a result is caring, true, and—above all—human.

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James Jordan is an associate professor of conducting at Westminster Choir College of Rider University-Princeton and the founding conductor of the Westminster Voices. He is also a visiting distinguished professor of music education at West Chester University. He is the author of Evoking Sound: The Choral Warm-Up, The Musician's Soul, and The Musician's Spirit and the editor of several choral series that bear his name. He lives in Yardley, Pennsylvania.

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