This is David Sudnow's classic account of how his hands learned to improvise jazz on the piano.
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"Original and detailed phenomenology of the sort that philosophers such as Husserl and Merleau-Ponty promised but seldom carried out. [Sudnow's] minute observations are astounding. This book is a great contribution to our understanding of embodied knowhow and to a foundation of a method for learning more." Hubert L.
Dreyfus, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley
Meet the Author
David Sudnow is the author of Passing On, on the sociology of medical care; Talk's Body, on language and music; and Pilgrim in the Micro World, on the nature of the body-computer interface. Over the past two decades, he has developed a widely used piano teaching method on the basis of experiences first described in this book.
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