Music Lessons
by Bob Wiseman


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Bob Wiseman believes most things in life are universal or, as Lauryn Hill says, everything is everything. Bearing in mind that advice, Wiseman writes about finding the link between music and daily life, like what is common between Mary Margaret O'Hara, hiding around the corner with the lights turned off in order to record herself and his 5-year-old insisting he stop hurrying to her dance lesson and marvel at the fluff ball she is blowing toward the ceiling. Each entry is unique and compellingly written, but the themes throughout -- on improvisational music, life lessons, and conflict -- are ubiquitous.

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Overview

Bob Wiseman believes most things in life are universal or, as Lauryn Hill says, everything is everything. Bearing in mind that advice, Wiseman writes about finding the link between music and daily life, like what is common between Mary Margaret O'Hara, hiding around the corner with the lights turned off in order to record herself and his 5-year-old insisting he stop hurrying to her dance lesson and marvel at the fluff ball she is blowing toward the ceiling. Each entry is unique and compellingly written, but the themes throughout -- on improvisational music, life lessons, and conflict -- are ubiquitous.


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781770415126
  • ISBN-10: 1770415122
  • Publisher: ECW Press
  • Publish Date: July 2020
  • Page Count: 304


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