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August 9, 2014 | Music as a language - Victor Wooten
Inspirational words about music spoken over some pretty inspirational playing. Bass wizard Victor Wooten is the back drop for thoughts about how musicianship is like learning a language in this TED-Ed video. We need to free ourselves up to make mistakes as a tool for learning what we are supposed to speak. "A child learns to speak before he learns the alpha bet."
We need to "jam" with our words. We need to jam with our developing musical thoughts.
Posted by Ted at August 9, 2014 2:49 PM
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