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Postby Eric » Tue Jun 10, 2003 10:31 pm

Pretty interesting interview with Vienna at <a href='http://www.artima.com/intv/escape.html' target='_blank'>Artima.com</a>.
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Postby andrys » Sun Jul 06, 2003 12:45 pm

Eric wrote: Pretty interesting interview with Vienna at <a href='http://www.artima.com/intv/escape.html' target='_blank'>Artima.com</a>.

VERY interesting, actually.

She's right about programming and songwriting. I wish the latter were as easy when it comes to putting modules together, but it needs something extra, which is why there are a zillion good programmers but only a few good songwriter/singers.

She did become a doctor, you know. A pianist I admire said the same thing - and in her case she sometimes regretted not becoming one despite her sensational success (from which she sorta flees at times). But I can think of nothing more healing than music that affects people's moods and therefore their entire body/mind functioning. When I don't feel well, what do I do? I know what I did when seriously ill at one point. I look for good music! And, most definitely I find certain people's music making healing/curative etc. Vienna's one of them.
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