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Piano on the Right-Side of the Brain

Piano on the Right-Side of the Brain

Piano on the Right-Side of the Brain

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Some of you may remember a book titled “Drawing on the Right-Side of the Brain” by Betty Edwards.

In this book, Betty Edwards tried to teach you how to see differently. She reasoned that once you could look at something with the eyes of an artist, you would be able to create like an artist. A simple idea, yet one that has helped many draw.

I wondered how this might also apply to music. Music is, at it’s best, a right-brain activity. That is, the thinking left hemisphere is dormant while the intuitive right side is engaged in creative processes.

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