‘…only remove what is superfluous…’; The benefits of dispokinesiology in organ teaching by Tjeu Zeijenby Tjeu Zeijen | Het ORGEL | Year 107 | (2011) | Issue 3
Tjeu Zeijen ‘…only remove what is superfluous…’; The benefits of dispokinesiology in organ teaching
Het ORGEL 107 (2011), nr. 3, 17-19 [summary]
Dispokinesiology can be an answer for organists to many technical problems that lead to pain, dysfunction, and stage fright. Besides, every musician knows how complicated it is to make audible on his instrument that which he hears in his inner ear. Dispokinesiology attempts to resolve the discrepancy between ‘inner feeling/hearing’ and ‘external result’. An organist (musician) must achieve a good synthesis between inner hearing, the internal conception, how he wants something to sound, and the physical performance of what he internally hears.