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Hyper-specializing in Saxophone Using Acoustical Insight and Deep Listening SkillsThe Sonic Circle

Hyper-specializing in Saxophone Using Acoustical Insight and Deep Listening Skills: The Sonic Circle [In this chapter, we will discuss how we can organize all the grafted instruments into a broader context. As an example, we will discuss a framework to define the relationships between the different instrument variations. The framework will be based on the idea of creating a large portfolio of different sounds and styles. Instead of looking for the one, iconic sound, we will explore how we can diversify our musical identity into several unique voices. Using the concept of internal diversityInternal diversity, a performer can draw and benefit from both intuitiveIntuitive thinking and rational approachesRational thinking to music. To achieve this goal, we will use the non-judgmental approach we discussed in the context of the Deep ListeningDeep Listening philosophy in Chap. 4.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Hyper-specializing in Saxophone Using Acoustical Insight and Deep Listening SkillsThe Sonic Circle

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019
ISBN
978-3-030-15045-7
Pages
151 –175
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-15046-4_6
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In this chapter, we will discuss how we can organize all the grafted instruments into a broader context. As an example, we will discuss a framework to define the relationships between the different instrument variations. The framework will be based on the idea of creating a large portfolio of different sounds and styles. Instead of looking for the one, iconic sound, we will explore how we can diversify our musical identity into several unique voices. Using the concept of internal diversityInternal diversity, a performer can draw and benefit from both intuitiveIntuitive thinking and rational approachesRational thinking to music. To achieve this goal, we will use the non-judgmental approach we discussed in the context of the Deep ListeningDeep Listening philosophy in Chap. 4.]

Published: Apr 26, 2019

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