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Theoretical Perspective/study of the brain and pianoplaying!

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Theoretical Perspective/study of the brain and pianoplaying!

Post by Thomandy on Sun Jul 27, 2008 11:45 am

Watch this. Its seams that the brain reacts and work totally different from when we play by memmory(sheets ect)
and when we improvise!! Smile

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Re: Theoretical Perspective/study of the brain and pianoplaying!

Post by VictorCS on Sun Jul 27, 2008 5:44 pm

It should react in another way, while playing something you've learn you'll have to dig in your archive, and proccess it as something saved in the brain.
And you dont really have to pay attention to how you wanna play the piece, because it's play how the sheet told you.

When improv you just take the basic rules of music, and while playing you play the keys on-the-fly.
You dont have to dig into your archive, you just do random playing.

The beauty of it, you can just play Cool

The sad thing, you forget when you've playd Sad


It's like when you read an already memorized story vs writing a story... lol!
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