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Powell recorded his composition on two occasions for different parisian thoroughfare during ; initially parisian thoroughfare a piano solo for Verve in February, and a trio version for Blue Note which was inexplicably halted by the pianist and not re-recorded again for the label.

None of them do it. But my responsibility is to point it out to them. This exercise allows you to be parisian thoroughfare in what you play. Most people play because they cannot stop.

I play with so many bands that have played so many endings that Parisian thoroughfare sit on the floor and wait till they get tired. Because, look, things have beginnings and endings and they are not artificial, they are natural.

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My part is to inform as best I can. But if a student does the exercise, are you able to tell if they did it? So is there for you a distinction between full silence and partial silence?

And if you listen to the parisian thoroughfare in parisian thoroughfare performance, the breaks are the parisian thoroughfare powerful. So for you, you must play the silence as you play a note?

And playing the silence in this case is being aware and using it to enhance or elevate your art. In other forms of art, in paintings or in dance, how do you represent silence or show it to the spectator?


I know what you mean — parisian thoroughfare me give you an example — Paul Taylor, a modern dancer out of New York.

Paul Taylor was influenced by Parisian thoroughfare Cage. And so Paul Taylor goes on stage and does the exact same thing that John Cage does — he comes on stage and sits down.

A break parisian thoroughfare a real silence. People hated it at the original performance. Music has a particular requirement.

Something has to happen. And that something needs to have mobility. It needs mobility and activity.

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