The author replies ...

Jeremy Youde

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    When I was younger, I played cello. My musical prowess did not set the world of classical music on fire, but I enjoyed contributing to the larger efforts of the orchestra and pushing myself to improve my proficiency. My orchestra’s director would frequently make us record ourselves and then listen back to the results later. That exercise often filled me with dread ahead of time because I worried about the mistakes I would discover (and there were plenty), but it made me a better player. Listening to my playing with my director helped me to identify oversights – hold that rest a bit longer, get that note better in tune, make sure you are in sync with the violas during the coda – that made my future efforts better
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)96-99
    JournalInternational Politics Reviews
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2014


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