The Perfect Wrong Noteby William Westney
After classical high school, he graduated in History in 2001 at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of the State University of Milan, where in 2004 he also obtained a PhD in European Society and International Life in the Modern and Contemporary Era, and where now he is researcher of History of Political Thought. He is member of the executive council of the Société européenne de culture. Sub-editor of the journals “Amministrare” (Administering) and “Storia Amministrazione Costituzione” (History Administration Constitution) of the Istituto per la scienza dell’amministrazione pubblica (Institute for the Science of Public Administration), he is coordinator of the international journal “Comprendre. Revue de politique de la culture”. He is member of the Società italiana per lo studio della storia contemporanea (Italian Society for the Study of Contemporary History), the Società storica lombarda (Lombard Historical Society), the European Society for the History of Political Thought and the Associazione italiana degli storici delle dottrine politiche (Italian Association of Historians of Political Thought), whose site aisdp.it he is sub-editor, responsible for the section “Strumenti online” (Online Tools). He collaborates with the “Supplemento bibliografico” (Bibliographic Supplement) published in “Il pensiero politico. Rivista di storia delle idee politiche e sociali” (The Political Thought. Journal of History of Political and Social Ideas) and, occasionally, with some national newspapers. He has studied mainly the history of twentieth-century political thought, with emphasis on the problems of autonomy, federalism, elitism, and the relationship between politics and culture.
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Westney's book, The Perfect Wrong Note, is incredible. I believe that this book will be as influential to musicians as The Inner Game of Tennis was 20+ years ago. Westney's book gives concise instruction to improve your time in a practice room. His instruction on self-evaluation is invaluable, and I believe that this should be required reading for all students and teachers of music.