The Art of Performance draws on Schenker's experience as a musician and teacher to propose a sharp re-evaluation of how musical compositions are realized in performance. Schenker argues that much of contemporary performance practice is rooted in the nineteenth-century cult of the virtuoso, which has resulted in an overemphasis on technical display. To counter this, he suggests numerous ways to reconnect the composer's intentions and the musician's performance.

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