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Old 07-10-2018, 12:41 PM   #11
Neill Mulvie
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Default Re: The Mental Game

Those of you who want to consider this topic in more detail might want to look at Barry Green's book: The Inner Game of Music. The first 30 pages or so are fairly turgid and take a long time to explain the difference between the Inner and Outer Games.

The concepts in the book are based on those of Timothy Gallway author of the The Inner Game of Tennis etc.
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Old 07-10-2018, 02:05 PM   #12
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Default Re: The Mental Game

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Those of you who want to consider this topic in more detail might want to look at Barry Green's book: The Inner Game of Music. The first 30 pages or so are fairly turgid and take a long time to explain the difference between the Inner and Outer Games.

The concepts in the book are based on those of Timothy Gallway author of the The Inner Game of Tennis etc.
I shoot clay pigeons competitively, and there is also some really great stuff written about that.

As has been said before, I spend periods of my practice putting myself in the competition. Timing my tuning, playing the set, recording it too so that I can immediately review my performance. Then at the competition, in my mind I am in my kitchen practicing, executing what I have practiced. Well thats the plan
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