Jean-Michel Pilc How to be creative on a Form

JEAN-MICHEL PILC: How to be creative on a Form without Getting Lost (Edge)

Freedom & Strength can go hand in hand. Here is how

  • * It’s physical, rather than mathematical! Developing the right sensors
  • * Rhythmic, melodic and harmonic components. Brahms (melody and bass, then motivic development & variations)
  • * Tap & talk, tap & sing, talk & sing
  • * Singing & playing along with recordings, melodic improvisation. Study of vocalists & melodic phrasing
  • * Form supports: timing & beats (feet), move head on each section, lyrics, visual images, the “solo switch” & “reset button”
  • * Practice slowly then fast. Playing ballads
  • * Pilc Moutin Hoenig: how do they do it?

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PLEASE NOTE: this is the recording of a LIVE STREAMING webinar.
It is NOT “studio production quality” nor does it claim to be.
Streaming LIVE video is VERY resource-intensive.
And a RECORDING of it is bound to be “less than perfect.”

So, at times the video turns “grainy” for a moment and then “recovers again” shortly thereafter.
Same with the sound. It sure is not perfect.

ALL THAT SAID: the golden nuggets are MANY.

And… IN EXCHANGE the live webinar is an INTERACTIVE experience, where:

  • YOU can get your questions answered from an artist of this caliber
  • you have the opportunity to be live on screen yourself (via webcam, a la SKYPE)
    & get direct 1-on-1 feedback from the best of the best
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