Stage fright

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djwilliams
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Re: Stage fright

Post by djwilliams » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:01 am

Hi
I used to get nervous in front of my teacher and when the fingers got sweaty used to slip and make lots of mistakes. I think problems of trying too hard and thinking too much about what you are doing when playing in front of others causes the most problems
Cheers
Dave

Nick Clow
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Re: Stage fright

Post by Nick Clow » Wed Jun 14, 2017 12:22 am

Five years ago I was almost incapable of even considering the thought of playing in front of an audience having had several bad experiences and
lacking the understanding of how to achieve my dream of being a performer.

It has not been an easy road but I can now say that I have the confidence and desire to play in front of people and share my music.
Good to read your post choctawchas, it nicely illustrates that the rewards have made it (more than) worth it!
formerly Edward Frillypants

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