In the second part of our interview with Gregg Goodhart, he reveals the secret to effective music practice and the science behind learning by repetition.
As musicians and music lovers we all have some instinctive understanding of what “musicality” is, and perhaps we can even spot it when we see (or hear) it. Do we truly understand the full range of skills and experience bundled up in that simple word though?
Musicality is a set of “inner skills” which let you freely and confidently express yourself in music. This is a very useful catch-all for “being musical”. It encompasses many of the skills we teach here at Musical U.
Learn more about the many skills which go together to make you musical in “What is Musicality?”.
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