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For IFR students practicing Exercise 2: Melody, this is a demonstration of the exercise Seven Worlds in the 6th harmonic environment. Miguel 'Pintxo' Villar explores the harmonic environment on tenor sax.
Even if you don't have as much free time as you would like, you can still enjoy a deep and meaningful connection with music every single day. Your pleasure and satisfaction aren't necessarily about "how long you practice" but about how completely you allow yourself to get lost in the experience.