[Harp-L] Playing in your head and reading music
Mon Dec 19 14:59:23 EST 2016
Unicycle riders use their hands and arms for balance so that could improve your playing and
make you a great unicycle rider or whoops.
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> On Dec 19, 2016, at 6:26 AM, Tin Lizzie <TrackHarpL at xxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Aongus!
> I am not a neuro-scientist, but I have a keen layman’s interest in that kind of stuff. I heard someone say, once, “I could never learn to juggle well until I tried to *talk* and juggle at the same time.” Something about forcing your brain to ‘automate’ a skill by increasing the workload with an added skill. So, clearly, we should all start playing harmonica while riding unicycles!
> Tin Lizzie
> On Dec 19, 2016, at 8:56 AM, Aongus Mac Canawrote:
>> Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2016 11:27:17 -0000
>> From: "Aongus Mac Cana" <amaccana at xxxxx>
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>> I don't know if there are any Neuro-Scientists on this list, but I am
>> fascinated by how you can get skills like driving, playing golf, reading and
>> playing music into the "automatic pilot" section of your "chip" .
>> Do these geriatric ramblings ring a bell with any of you guys?
>> Aongus Mac Cana
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