Monday, January 30, 2012
Clouds Never Die
Last night I ended my practice with learning the first section of a sketch I made based on the Haiku form earlier this month. Tonight this was where I began my practice. After learning the first section, I began working on the transitions in the B section. A thought arose of extending the A section, I played with this and was happy with the results. I gave this piece a working title of "Clouds Never Die."
After completing my session, I enjoyed the company of my wife. As I was preparing to go to bed, I reviewed the A section in my mind. I'm still not familiar enough with the B section to hear it without playing. While making notes in my journal, I reviewed the A section again. The thought arose to return to the A section after B completes and to invert the second chord of the phrase. Then just follow, allow, and float on the air of ambiguity. Now I know how I'll begin tomorrows session.
How will you begin yours?
Photo by Petrov Escarião