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Subject: Method to get rid of stage fright Reply | View One | Post New
Mon, 02/13/2012 at 04:51:30 PM EST - Payul writes:

Hi all,

In the past I wrote an article about stage fright.
The " method " helped a lot of frends, so maybe some of you have also some benefit from it...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtmvVnEhtbo&list=PLF6F169C268F59912&in...

Good luck!

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Payul
Location: noord-holland, the netherlands
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Wed, 02/15/2012 at 06:49:53 PM EST - picante writes:

Is there a way that I can get a printed version of your method?

Thank you

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picante
Location: California, USA
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Thu, 02/16/2012 at 03:48:51 AM EST - Payul writes:

If you have an email adres to send it, i will send you a printed version..

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Thu, 02/16/2012 at 01:06:27 PM EST - picante writes:

danm48@hotmail.com

thanks again

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picante
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Tue, 02/21/2012 at 04:33:42 PM EST - Ramin writes:

Hmmm... I am not convinced. Stage fright goes away after you find a way to recover from mistakes. Basically, when you get to the point that you don't care if you make a mistake.

I think in music, especially flamenco, melodic mistakes are forgiven, it's the rhythmical mistakes that can't be forgiven.

For me, the best way to recover from a mistake is to learn to jump back on track from any measure of the piece. Sometimes, I learn the piece or falseta starting from the last measure. So if I make a mistake, I just wait a little and jump back in on the next measure, and that can only last a second or 2.

If there are certain places in the piece that you know you will be making a mistake, then you haven't learned the piece. You know those spots are trouble because you didn't get it right while practicing. If it's too hard, simplify it in practice and move on.

Mind practices don't always work for everyone. Plus, I would like to see more proof than your video that your method works. It sounds like this video is just from your personal experience than anything else.

-ramin

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Ramin
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