New musicality video:
“What’s one thing you’ve learned that could help musicians to tap into their inner musicality?” http://musicalitypodcast.com/101
Welcome back to this special pair of episodes celebrating hitting the 100 mark of the Musicality Podcast! If you haven’t already heard Episode 100 then make sure you go back and listen to it too because both that one and this one are jam-packed with incredible insights from over two-dozen expert guests.
In the last episode we heard from 11 experts whose answers to this question were varied and fascinating. There were some common themes, some of which you’ll hear coming up again in this episode, but each guest also brought their own unique perspective and insight to the question. We’ll talk a little more at the end of this episode about those recurring themes and how we can learn more from them.
We said last time that we’d tried to group the experts to make for two great episodes to listen to, but apart from that there’s no meaning to the order – so the line-up for this episode is just as impressive as the first one.
Are you excited? We’ve already heard all these and we’re excited all over again just talking through them!
Links and Resources
Unlocking Your Musicality: Part One – http://musl.ink/pod100/
Interview with Bill Hilton – http://musl.ink/pod42/
Interview with David Andrew Wiebe – http://musl.ink/pod28/
Interview with Casey von Neumann – http://musl.ink/pod32/
Interview with Sara Campbell – http://musl.ink/pod14/
Interview with Chris Owenby – http://musl.ink/pod72/
Interview with Kendra McKinley – http://musl.ink/pod82/
Interview with Fiona-Jane Weston – http://musl.ink/pod96/
Interview with David Wallimann – http://musl.ink/pod56/
Interview with Gerald Klickstein – http://musl.ink/pod10/
Interview with Katie Wardrobe – http://musl.ink/pod38/
Interview with Jeremy Fisher – http://musl.ink/pod76/
Interview with Leila Viss – http://musl.ink/pod92/
Interview with Scott Sharp – http://musl.ink/pod26/
Interview with Vincent James – http://musl.ink/pod50/
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