That is the missing element.  When you were a baby, you were allowed to jam with the English language.  From day one, not only were you allowed to jam, you were encouraged to.  And better yet, you didn’t just jam; you jammed with professionals.  Just about everyone you communicated with when you were a baby was already a master at the English language.  And because of that, you are now a master…If you were as good at Music as you are at English, you would surely be considered a master…

– Michael, the teacher, to Victor

Author: aarondoerr

Owner of Fellow Musician LLC, a small music education business specializing in outreach and private study. I'm guitarist for musical theatre and production assistant at St. Louis Public Radio.

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