This study investigated the process of applying Taubman-based techniques during solo recital preparation and performance by a professional pianist. The pianist established a reflective practice model to explore the task of implementing multiple, interdependent Taubman-based technical interventions, highlighting the importance of self-regulation and cognitive load management on learning outcomes. The pianist used video feedback protocols to enable the self-evaluation of his Taubman-based technical implementation process. A pilot study demonstrated the transferability of the pianist's Taubman-based practice process to other professional pianists. This research demonstrates the applicability of the performance preparation processes it developed to other musicians and performance domains.
|Award date||25 Sep 2020|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2020|