Some articles on performance, performance cues:
... and motor representations allow for automaticity during performance, whereas the conceptual memory is mainly used to mediate when the piece is getting off track ... Chaffin and Logan (2006) also demonstrate that there are performance cues that monitor the automatic aspects of performance and adjust them accordingly ... They distinguish between basic performance cues, interpretive performance cues, and expressive performance cues ...
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