The Misleading Tone: A Guide to Two-part Improvising for Beginners
A remark that I’ve had numerous times during my music studies was how the fun factor of music making has diminished over the recent years and has been replaced by rigidness. In this process, creativity, a phenomenon which in my view is one of the most valuable and rewarding sources of inspiration and motivation, is many times crumbled, leading to a 'disconnection' between musical performance and composition.
My purpose through this method is to lessen that gap and render music making more accessible and fun by putting creativity into use through an innovative and fresh approach. By creating links between music theory and practice and by providing the necessary tools, I am ultimately aiming to develop one’s ability to dynamically generate music out of scratch.