ABSTRACT. Palmer points out that musical experience enhances both performer's use of expression to emphasize interpretations and listeners' ability to identify interpretations and expressive aspects of performance. Clarke notes that perception must be understood as a relationship between environmentally available information and the capacities, sensitivities, and interests of a perceiver. Chopin says that the goal is not to learn to play everything with an equal sound, but rather, a well-formed technique that can control and vary a beautiful sound quality.


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