What we should know about a musician's/violinist's personality within the musical-educational process

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Blanka Pollaková
Martin Dolejš

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What we should know about a musician's/violinist's personality within the musical-educational process


The personality of a musician has a considerable influence on their playing  Deeper examination of this context has substantial potential for use within the framework of the musical-educational process. We focused on the relationship between personality and playing and identifying specific psychological factors which are relevant for musical development, including their place within a broader context of other factors. The research is focused on violinists, but it may be applicable analogously to all musicians.

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Pollaková, B., & Dolejš, M. (2020). What we should know about a musician’s/violinist’s personality within the musical-educational process. ARS INTER CULTURAS, (8), pp.101-120. https://doi.org/10.34858/AIC.8.2019.007
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