Look up, look further, look beyond
Here's an interesting piece of practice material from The Traverso Practice Net based on J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier. Practicing repertoire from other instruments offers us an opportunity to learn a language which might not be so natural for us (due to choice of key, melodic patterns, register). In this way, we can discover fantastic new pieces to widen our musical horizon, gaining insight into both music in general and also into our own repertoire. Being fascinated with music is like being fascinated with our universe - let's remind ourselves to always look up, look further, and look beyond.
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