Dr. Richard H. Cox writes from the perspective of a musician and music educator who holds earned doctorates in medicine, psychology, and theology and has ben awarded three honorary doctorates. He is widely respected and regularly invited to present clinics, perform and conduct for national and international organizations such as the National Trumpet Competition, International Trumpet Guild, Midwest Clinic, Association of Concert Bands, and Interlochen Center for the Arts. He is an artist/clinician for Conn-Selmer, Inc. Dr. Cox's teachers and mentors have included Renold Schilke, Wesley Hanson, Bill Adams, Ronald Modell, Frank Kaderabek, Jim Elswick, Jon Blount, Alan Hood, Dennis Edlebrock, and David Zuercher. He has assisted hundreds of students and well-known professional musicians with psychological, physiological, medical and other performance challenges. He lives with his wife, Dr. Betty Ervin-Cox, with whom he is the father of three grown children, Colorado Springs, CO. He is currently Provost/Professor of Psychology and the Arts at the Colorado School of Professional Psychology in Colorado Springs, Colorado.Review:
"...tackles one of the fundamental dimensions of successful musical performance." -- Jacueline Helin, Steinway and Sons Artists
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Book Description Hickman Music Editions, Chandler, AZ, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. 24 cm. 85 p. A Student-Musician's Field Guide for Performance and Freedom from Performance Anxiety. This is a practical and informative book on how to successfully deal with performance anxiety. 9780976463825. Bookseller Inventory # 344930
Book Description Colorado School of Professional Psychology Press. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Good. 0976463822 Good++; Softcover; 2006, Colorado School of Professional Psychology Press; Clean covers with a few light handling marks; Pages clean & unmarked; Good binding with straight spine; 85 pages; "Managing Your Head and Body So You Can Become a Good Musician: The Psychology of Musical Competence--A Student-Musician's Field Guide for Performance and Freedom from Performance Anxiety," by Richard H. Cox. Bookseller Inventory # SKU-E4815806291