Nine papers from the conference.
Contains: 'Teaching Music Students – A new orientation' by Nelly Ben-Or. 'Anti-Technique – Can we learn without exercises, or how can we approach technique using F. M. Alexander’s principles?'. 'In the Twinkle of an Eye' by Patrick Gundry-White. 'Voice Mapping for Musicians' by Susan Holladay. 'Working with young people and ‘the three questions’ – Alexander Technique at the Royal College of Music' by Judith Kleinman. 'The use of mime in instrumental learning and teaching with reference to the work of Kato Havas' by Janet Pinder-Emery. ‘Measurement science and the Alexander Technique' by Neil Roberts. 'Stage well-being – Using the Alexander Technique during the act of performing music' by Joseph Sanders. 'From the other side of the fence – Alexander Technique from the professional singer’s point of view' by Karen Sell. 'Key note – Getting the message across' by Malcolm Williamson. 'Alexander Technique Provision 2004-2005 in UK music conservatoirs' by Malcolm Williamson.