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Surprising Secrets From A Grammy Award-Winning Arranger

Jul 6, 2017 12:37:17 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in brain, colors and music, jazz arranging, jazz composer, jazz producer, sound as color, synesthesia, accordion, esperanza spalding, jazz, jazz arranger, jazz artists, john beaulieu, joseph schillinger, metaphysics, Otto Luening, overtone series, bill evans, biosonics, bobby mcferrin, fibonacci, gil goldstein, harmonics, music, Music and Science, musicolor method, NYU, polyrhythms, professional development, acoustic harmony, healing and music, hertz, New York University, piano, resonance, resonating, surprising secrets

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Surprising secrets emerge in conversation with jazz legend Gil Goldstein on music education, color and music, polyrhythms and more.

A few years ago, I met a man walking his two little dogs.  We got to talking and he told me his name was Gil.  He was a musician.  Hey, me too!   

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