F. Matthias Alexander: The Man and His Work

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Lulie Westfeldt

This is a personal and critical account of Alexander and his teaching. The author relates her own case history (she had childhood polio) and describes her lessons with Alexander, training in the first course, performing in The Merchant of Venice, and teaching the Technique in New York. The Technique is described and several case histories are provided. This second edition contains fifteen new photographs and three appendices. [176+xvi pages, 245 illustrations, index 216 x 138 mm, 1998 (first published 1964), STAT Books, imported]

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