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Meredith Music Social Psychology of Musicianship Meredith Music Resource Series Softcover
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Social Psychology of Musicianship, by Robert H. Woody, Senior Professor of Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, presents seven components for...Click To Read More About This Product
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Social Psychology of Musicianship, by Robert H. Woody, Senior Professor of Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, presents seven components for musicianship: listening, studying, practicing, teaching, arranging, composing, and performing music - and offers a research-based explanation of how essentially everyone can and should cultivate his or her potential for musicianship. Emphasis is placed on using music for improved social relationships, self-concept development, and physical and mental health by way of music maximizing the potential of the brain.