When people listen to a musical performance, they normally use their ears as their main source of intake for the music. How about when people watch a performance live? Do the ears have as big of an intake as visual cues? I would like to determine the specific cues that people observe while watching a musical performance in order to deem it successful. This article will determine which performers were considered more successful and discover the common performance habits shared between each performer. Upon completion of this paper, readers will have a better understanding of performance habits that can increase their audience's appreciation for their performance.
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University of Denver, "Specific Ways in Which Your Eyes Help You Hear Classical Music Performances: Annotated Bibliography" (2018). Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Student Scholarship. 1.