Peak moments at the piano

Hey Improvisers,

If we play piano only once in a year, the chances of playing really well are fairly low.

If we play twice, the odds are a little better, but still not so great.

If we play a few times per month, one of those times may be wonderful.

And if we play every day, we’ll experience peak moments on a regular basis..

After making 178 previous Journey Through The Real Book videos, I hit the jackpot with #179: In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning.

Although it’s not a tune I’ve played countless times, something “clicked” as I sat down at my piano, and I’m delighted to share it with you here:

In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

One thing is for sure: I never would have played this song in this way if I didn’t commit to making several years’ worth of weekly videos.

Thanks for being here, and I can say for certain that whatever your level of experience, you will definitely have peak moments if you continue to make music on a regular basis.

Enjoy, and “let the music flow!”


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