Saturday, December 09, 2006

How to Play What You Feel

Many students think that being able to play what you feel is difficult. They believe you must have years and years of training in improvisation and theory.

The truth of the matter is that playing what you feel is easy when you understand what feeling is. Feeling is not emotion, yet it contains emotion. For example, If I'm in an ecstatic state of happiness and rush over to the piano and play, what I am doing is tapping off of the emotion.

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