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From Grammy-winning musical icon and legendary bassist Victor L. Wooten comes The Music Lesson, the story of a struggling young musician who wanted music to be his life, and who wanted his life to be great. Then, from nowhere it seemed, a teacher arrived. Part musical genius, part philosopher, part eccentric wise man, the teacher would guide the young musician on a spiritual journey, and teach him that the gifts we get from music mirror those from life, and every movement, phrase, and chord has its own meaning...All you have to do is find the song inside. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Broché .

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Le fameux bassiste nous fait par d'une facette de sa personnalité tout à fait surprenante. Ce livre est un voyage dans les différents "paramètres" de la musique au sens ou choisir une note n'est pas la seule chose à faire. Le personnage (le jeune victor) est un piètre bassiste qui à du mal à atteindre un meilleur niveau. A la manière d'un voyage initiatique, il rencontre un personnage mystérieux qui lui fait découvrir en profondeur l'intérêt du rythme, du son etc... (tout ce qui n'est pas "choisir une note") mais aussi une réflexion plus large sur la musique, sur la vie...

Cet ouvrage est à mettre entre les mains de tous les musiciens, en particuliers les improvisateurs. Mais il ne fait pas référence à un style de musique particulier, ni à un instrument particulier. Tous se sentiront concernés. La seule limite reste peut être de lire et comprendre l'anglais. C'est un beau cadeau "suprise" pour un musicien.

Personnellement, je le relis par bribe de chapitre à l'occasion, ça me reboost musicalement!
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This is the second time I have bought this book (couldn't remember who I'd lent it to!). I needed to read it again. And the second time around I couldn't believe that I had already read it. There was still so much more to integrate and discover. If you believe that music, art, sport, or any passion gives you a link to the world beyond our physical world, then this book will enable you to allow the univers to speak through you and your passion.
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Ce livre est tres bon, et j'adhère aux commentaires précédents: tres utile pour les musiciens qu'importe leur style et leur pratique. Ce que je trouve dommage, c'est que l'édition du livre ne fais pas justice au contenu: Papier de mauvaise qualité et pochette en carton pas tres résistant. Egalement, l'illustration de la pochette n'est pas tres imaginative.
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A beautiful story that make me grow as a musician !
Thanks Victor for that enlightening vision of music !
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HASH(0x8ed8f300) étoiles sur 5 A Magical Revelation of Music Herself 10 avril 2008
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Format: Broché
Before you read this book, open your mind to the possibility that the universe may be very different from your version of reality. This is not a book about music theory or how to play the bass. It is a wonderful and playful revelation about the relationship between Music and your life. Both will change for the better if you are willing to leave behind what you already think you know.

Victor weaves an unbelievably believable tale which unites ideas about space, time, numbers, and nature into a new view of Music as a living, breathing being. Fans of Richard Bach and Tom Brown, Jr., will enjoy this new perspective on their work.

Frankly, music players who are uncomfortable away from the written page of music will be uncomfortable with this book. Improvisors of all kinds will know you have come home.
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HASH(0x8ed8f354) étoiles sur 5 Must Read for Serious Musicians 30 avril 2010
Par Lucas Clebsch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I"m a professional musician. Been playing music for 24 years. This is perhaps the best book about music that I've ever read. If you want to get to a deeper level in your musicianship, read this book. Music is spiritual - that's inescapable. Are you keenly aware of this? Or do you think that's a lot of gobbly goop? Either way, read this book. If you want to understand the types of things that MASTERS of music meditate about music, read this book. I've bought this book 4 times for musician friends. I think it should be required reading for every jazz performance college curriculum in the nation. The best 10 or 20 buck you can spend on music education.

As a teacher, this book gave me a lot of revelation about methodological approach. I have some VERY excited and deeply appreciative students. I'm grateful to Victor Wooten for his influence on me!!!!
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HASH(0x8ed8f630) étoiles sur 5 A Very Creative Way to Say It 29 mai 2008
Par W. Dent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've read and reviewed a book by another musician, Kenny Werner, called 'Effortless Mastery'. Some of the things covered in that book are touched upon in Victor's book, The Music Lesson. However, I must say that Victor has certainly found a way to show us the intangibles of music while demystifying so much of what holds we musicians back from really playing. His treatise on music brings to the fore important elements not usually emphasized in a practicing musician's learning. I found the book to be extremely practical while completely engrossing. Victor's decided approach to the subject at hand is unique, clever, and enjoyable. Much like his character in the book (Victor Wooten), I can't remember the last time I had so much fun learning the 'abc's' of music and more to the point, life itself!

One last comment about the book which I am surprised no one else has mentioned (at least if they did I missed it), and that is the proximity of one Jaco Pastorius to the Michael character. I find myself wanting to ask, is Michael Jaco? I am amazed that that question doesn't seem to be answered at all in the book's pages (again, unless I missed it). Then again, maybe it is so obvious, it is I who am a fool for bringing it up.

Either way, I highly recommend this book for a really great read.
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HASH(0x8ed8fb58) étoiles sur 5 A Practical Guide to Experiencing Music 5 avril 2008
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I was a bit turned off by the sub-title. I have very little interest in the spiritual perspective of the world's greatest bass player.

I was grateful that I could read the first chapter online, which sets the tone for the entire book.

The Music Lesson is a fun, entertaining exploration of music from a fictional perspective. There are many important lessons and ideas about music in each chapter. Many of these lessons trigger more questions than answers, which is Victor's way of expressing the importance of self-discovery and "finding your own voice".

I was blessed to attend one of Victor's Bass / Nature camps, so I was able to experience Victor's approach to inspiring others to experience music. I learned to get past my academic background of music theory and explore music with the mind of a child.

I still recommend learning theory, but also recommend this book as a fun read and an opportunity to think of music in a refreshing light.
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HASH(0x8ed8fb70) étoiles sur 5 Musical Spirit Guide Nonsense 12 octobre 2012
Par Jesse Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Let me start off by saying Victor Wooten is an amazing bassist and if I even achieve a fraction of his mastery I'll die feeling accomplished. That said, I'd also gathered from watching some of his interviews that he was, well, a little flaky, and I knew going into this book that it wouldn't be a traditional technique guide by any means. But I still bought this book off the strength of the reviews and respect for Victor's musicianship, hoping at least for a new perspective and some inspiration.

What I got was...regrettable. If you go into this book looking for any insight into how to play music better, it has very little to offer you. Some, but not much. The book provides the fictional account of Victor hitting a rough spot in his musical career and not being sure where to go next, when suddenly a magical Native American, free-spirited skateboard-riding "music teacher" appears in front of him and drops all kind of mental gems he'd never thought possible. At first, he resists the advice of this strange being, but more and more it starts to make sense and revolutionizes how he feels about music. Sorry, Music with a capital M. This cliche is already old by the end of the first chapter, and it doesn't change or get any better from there.

Just to give you an idea of what's in this book (spoilers, though I don't feel like there's much to spoil): on top of learning to play music better you'll also learn how to find a specific CD out of a collection of hundreds just by following the CD's energy, heal a recent car crash victim (also with your energy), talk to animals, and a whole lot of other stuff that I don't care to remember. This can best be described as surreal fiction but doesn't even succeed on that level, as it reads as if it were written by an 8th grader and follows the same stale, repetitive format from the first page to the last.

The extra star is because despite these complaints, there were a few thoughts sprinkled throughout the book that I do actually find useful and applicable to my playing. "Never lose the groove to find a note," for example. Unfortunately they were few and far between, I can't remember them all, and would never subject myself to reading through this again to find them. If he just took the useful bits out and published them in a pamphlet, I would give it 5 stars.

But who am I to complain? Obviously most of the other reviewers got something out of this, maybe you will too. If you're annoyed by my review and like the others, this might be a good read. You can take my copy, it'll be on here in the "Used" section shortly.
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