One piece of advice I find myself frequently giving to musicians in group improvising situations is not to focus on what they can do at any given moment — either with their personal musical technique or beholden to their personal ego — but instead to focus on what the music needs,
bookPaul Hession, University of Leeds, School of Music, United Kingdom
Title of the book : Tele-Improvisation: Intercultural Interaction in the Online Global Music Jam Session
Intervenes in contemporary debates about the relationship between literature and field recording
bookBeyond Jazz: Plink, Plonk and Scratch: The Golden Age of Free Music in London 1966-72 Kindle Edition
1998 (publ. by author), pdf version (IIMA) 2004.
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