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The Music Lesson: A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music Paperback – April 1, 2008
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“Victor Wooten has been doing things on the bass that nobody dreamed of, and we bass players can't help but hunger for some insight into what inspires him and how he does it. Here, as in his music, he surprises us and gives us more depth than we expected, more of himself than many would dare. This is his journey, his mystical quest, not merely to play the bass but to fully encounter and understand Music itself.”—Tony Levin, World Class Bassist with the Peter Gabriel Band
“A MUST-READ FOR ANY MUSIC ENTHUSIAST.”—Chuck Rainey, World Class Bassist and Recording Artist
“THE MUSIC LESSON IS A REVELATION.”—Chris Jisi, Senior Contributing Editor, Bass Player magazine
“BOTH ENTERTAINING AND ENLIGHTENING.”—Guitarnoise.com
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There are no "wrong" notes. Only some notes that sound good and others that are played on the way to the good sounding ones.
Close your eyes more!
Think of how many days you have been alive.
Highly recommended for Musicians or as a gift to musicians
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If you want to become a professional musician you HAVE to read this book. But is important that you already have to understand a bit of music and/or music theory before reading. It takes the music as a language and feeling more than JUST music.
The writer was a bit predictable sometimes, which is fine.
How the title says is a good lesson for musicians and for their lives (in the future I'll be able to say OUR lives).
I always knew music was more than a series of notes, but at last someone has put it into words....