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  1. Quantity of practice- The amount of practice that is a goof predictor of eventual level of musical performance excellence. (10,000 hrs over a decade to achieve excellence)

    Quality if Practice- Also called deliberate practice because there is a given task with a goal, motivation in order to improve, performer is provided with feedback and provided with ample opportunities for repetition and gradual refinements of the performance.
  2. GERMS
    Generative rules- Mark structural boundaries that performers emphasize, such as slowing down at cadence points.

    Emotional expression- Comes from the manipulation of performance features such a tempo, timbre, dynamics.

    Random fluctuations- Are limitations in human motor precision.

    Motion principles- Relate tempo changes to natural body movements.

    Stylistic unexpectedness- Adds unpredictable or uncertainty to a performance.
  3. Metacognition- Thinking about one's thoughts.
    Self-regulation- Has to do with the individual learner setting personal goals and then monitoring progress toward these goals.
    Motivation- The forces that pushes someone towards achievement. This composed of attainment value (How important it is to do well) and intrinsic motivation (personal enjoyment for performing)
    Self-efficacy- Is the belief that one can perform at a competent level in particular situations such as public or adjudicated performances.

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  1. Describe variables related to the development and acquisition of motor skills in music performanceQuantity of practice- The amount of practice that is a goof predictor of eventual level of musical performance excellence. (10,000 hrs over a decade to achieve excellence)

    Quality if Practice- Also called deliberate practice because there is a given task with a goal, motivation in order to improve, performer is provided with feedback and provided with ample opportunities for repetition and gradual refinements of the performance.

          

  2. Identify mental rehearsal-Musicians have long used mental rehearsals as an effective learning strategy.
    -Mental rehearsal is thus an imaginary rehearsal of musical performance.