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|Don't play what's there, play what's not there. —Miles Davis To live a harmonious |
life, we need to heed Miles Davis'words—to learn to pay attention to what is not
there, as well as to what is; to notice what someone does not say, what example ...
|... What he means is . . . he's saying, 'Don't play what's there. Play what's not there |
. . . He's saying, 'Don't play what your fingers fall into. Don't play what you would
play on an E minor 7th. Don't play that. Play something else. Don't play what ...
|"I don't see myself as a politician or activist," says 2 Black 2 Strong. ... Their flag is |
like a big stage curtain, draped down so we can't see what the hell is going down
backstage. I say ... "Don't play what's there," he has said, "play what's not there.
|If you're not at the point of developing into your own sound, there's something |
wrong, and you have chosen a path that is not an individual one. — David Murray
Don't play what's there, play what's not there. —Miles Davis If the rhythm section ...
|One writer, Gordon Sturrock (Ip-Dip 75 2011), stated that play has only one |
function: Play does not have many ... People say, 'It is un-definable but that doesn
't mean that we can't say what it is. ... Or Miles Davis, 'Don't play what's there.
|“Do not fear mistakes — there are none.” — “Don't play what's there, play what's |
not there.” — Miles Davis “Jazz will endure as long as people hear it through their
feet instead of their brains.” — John Philip Sousa “One is scarcely sensible of ...
|“Don't play what's there, play what's not there.” —Miles Davis, 1926-1991 “We |
proved that we could fly airplanes and do any other job that needed to be done in
the military. We showed the whole concept of segregation is a farce. It's not the ...
|Music is no different from opium. AYATOLLAII KHOMEINI Don't play what's there, |
play what's not there. MILES DAVIS The notes I handle no better than many
pianists. But the pauses between the notes—ah, that is where the art resides.
|But most important, and what I have hoped to illustrate here, is how the use of |
creative externalisation and the creation of a narrative around symbolic ... The
jazz musician Miles Davis once said 'don't play what's there, play what's not there'
|Don't. Mean. a. Thing ... Jazz swings. That is, it picks up momentum, presses |
forward, and searches for what is to come. ... You accent that which was always
there but hasn't been heard. ... Don't play what's there, play what's not there.