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First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately

Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, I would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in Beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacrilegious, and the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble. We do lots of improvisation coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)

First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, I would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in Beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacrilegious, and the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble. We do lots of improvisation coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)

First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.

Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, I would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in Beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacrilegious, and the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble. We do lots of improvisation coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos.

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First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, iI would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in beethovenBeethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacriligeoussacrilegious, And and the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble, www.thescrollensemble.commy ensemble. We do lots of improvimprovisation coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)

First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, i would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacriligeous, And the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble, www.thescrollensemble.com. We do lots of improv coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)

First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, I would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in Beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacrilegious, and the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble. We do lots of improvisation coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)

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First off, I think there is no should or shouldn’t.

Also, I think pop and jazz musicians can inspire us to understand that it’s lots of fun adding your own bit to the music. I think most composers in those days did. If people complained about obscuring the music, it means it mist have happened enough to irritate this person enough to spend time and paper on it.. Ultimately, improvisation is fun and not playing things the same way is much more challenging then repeating the same interpretation all the time. So experiment, i would say. Try what you like, and try it a few times because the first few ornamentations in beethoven symphonies or Bach cantatas may feel sacriligeous, And the next few plain wrong, and then maybe just bad etc.

You might be interested in my ensemble, www.thescrollensemble.com. We do lots of improv coming from the baroque corner, but also we have a few teaching videos. :)