The Sandorian Grove - Category: Inspiration

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Tying his tie and whistling a tune, Zimmer strikes a nostalgic note and invents his past. --Annie Dillard

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 Sounds from the Grove: Z Sandorian Scale4 comments
picture9 Aug 2003 @ 14:49
Handed down by my grandfather, Janos Toth, known as former director and first violinist at the Gewandhausorchester in Leipzig, comes the 'Sandorian Scale', which can invoke a distinct 'Gipsy feel' with just a few notes played.

Essentially, it is...  More >


 Q4A: Question AND Answer together..7 comments
picture1 Aug 2003 @ 15:59
What really is a teacher?

To me a teacher is someone that is doing or saying something that provides for someone else an experience or insight that the latter would not have realized otherwise.  More >


 Q4A: I got the answer - who knows the question?13 comments
picture28 Jul 2003 @ 11:47
So, with a bit of delay, the Q4A finally starts. It's easy - I say the answer, you e-mail the question.

The best answer gets a free Shango Overdrive CD (except the first trial round because I already blurbed out the Q&A on one of my mailing lists).

Here it goes..

The answer is:

**** "The teacher begins to learn from his student." ***

Now, what was the question?  More >


 Quote from Lieh-Tzu (~400 B.C.)6 comments
picture30 Jun 2003 @ 16:29
If you understand what it means to be effortless, then there is nothing you cannot do. You can be yin or yang, hard or soft, short or long, round or square...By knowing and doingnothing, you can know all and do all.  More >




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