Selected Musings from a Musician's Perspective

Editor's Abstract

In this article, cellist Sophie Gledhill presents three distinct “musings” from her vault of interesting ideas. She talks about an issue that virtually all musicians face – how we hear a performance differently when we listen back to a recording of ourselves. It’s an interesting phenomenon, and one which she wants to tackle. She also talks about the trajectory of playing as part of a group and presents some interesting thoughts on how to view our roles as individual musicians amongst a larger ensemble. Finally, Gledhill attempts to support her personal theory that music “is the superior art form.” An interesting read that you will enjoy! – Steve Danyew

Stephen Danyew

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