A fear of making mistakes when playing in public
A fear of forgetting the music when playing from memory
A fear of not being able to coordinate left hand and pedals
A fear of leading hymn singing too slow, too fast, too loud, or too soft
A fear of not having enough time to prepare for recital or church service
A fear of not being liked
A fear of not being noticed
A fear of not reaching your full potential
A fear of breaking trust
A fear of wasting an opportunity to be helpful and generous, to inspire and to lead
Which fears would you choose? Which ones would you like your colleague/boss/friend/family member to have?
Part IV: Toccata (p. 13) from Suite Gothique, op. 25 by Leon Boellmann (1862-1897), French Romantic composer and organist.
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