Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Litchi chinensis: How to ease into 'better expression for richer flow experiences' when practicing music?, Planting Trees at worlduniversity.wikia.com

How to ease into 'better expression for richer flow experiences' when practicing piping, freely and creatively? Scheduling an hour of music-making in the morning isn't enough - the 'flow' possibilities border on 'great-trippy' ... How to learn these, in terms of sequencing tones?

back to piping practice

'one-ing' with - playing in synch with - the great composer, and Piobairreachd & Ceol Mor {light music} piper Donald MacLeod - is one way ... on my MacBook Pro reading 'Lament for Captain MacDougall' music in pdf listening to the CD (which I bought:) via iTunes :).

How do you learn musical expression to generate rich, meditation-like, 'flow' experiences?

And how to contribute to creating a culture of music-making ... wworlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Music's music school?


A robin is sitting, full bodied, on the wide wooden railing of my deck, watching the world go by in the morning - robin relaxation response - red plummage is fluffed - laying low and bird watching

Ah ... a female, gray robin 7 feet away in the old fruit tree that's just beginning to flower, which also has 3 smaller birds, one with a red head ...

A Facebook friend writes:
ah, a young female northern harrier was sitting on my fence about 10 ft away when I arrived home for lunch, the hawk was watching the snow accumulate and scouting out the bluejay nest for some egg poaching


California hills & eastern ranges from Canyon are rich-green-verdant right now - fruit tree planting here now & at worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects too - picking good stock


To Harbin on this day


Lychee (Litchi chinensis) Mauritius


(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2010/02/litchi-chinensis-how-to-ease-into.html - February 16, 2010)

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