By Vidas Pinkevicius (get free updates of new posts here)
A couple of days ago I received a thank you message from Olga, one of my students from Prelude Improvisation Formula. I thought I will share her feedback about this course here:
I wrote to her that this course is only a tip of an iceberg of what we can do with the old works of the masters.
We always need to be looking for interesting material to borrow, memorize, transpose and re-purpose in our own improvisations.
Nothing in our age is really original but we can combine the old stuff in new ways that never been done before.
After a while of doing so, we will start noticing how we start coming up with our own material too.
May Olga's experience will empower you to start creating your own music.
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