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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

April 13, 2005 at 6:08 PM

"The wholeness of Being in its eternal silence warms up and produces the background of the music of life, and on the foreground of Being, spring up the waves of relativity, waves of life. Each wave has a tendency to rise and fall, and in this rise and fall is the progress of music....So music reminds us of what one is; it displays the story of life."
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

So...I'm hoping that this rise and fall works with playing, too. Because I've been sick since my recital, I haven't been able to play without getting dizzy. There is a symphony concert on Saturday and I haven't looked through the music yet. That in itself stresses me out and then I can't get out of bed. Today it is going to happen, though. I will spend at least an hour on it and put in fingerings so I'm not just sloshing through it. Anyhow.

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