In an article about a group the journalist called one musician the carpenter and the other one the expert in marquetry.
It’s obviously an article subjet “in itself”, a tool, a choose your weapon one.
- A photographer likes textures, and another one thinks “composition”, lines and balance.
- A poet thinks “long story” and parts, another one thinks about how he would associate words to spark an interesting meaning.
- An orchestra director works on the big picture, and another one on timbre.
- A teacher sees a course as a progression, or focuses on elements which…
Wait, isn’t the ideal tool to choose to be the both, each time?
Rarely we are lucky enough to have a McCartney who writes the whole Hey Jude song, AND a Lennon who says hime to keep the great, confusing, fabulous nonandverysensical phrase : “The movement you need is on your shoulder”.
Therefore we have to tango between details and big lines, between a spoken sentence and the scenario, between a minute and a life’s choice…
“The movement you need is on your shoulder”, hmmm what does that mean? It’s maybe the subject of another article, right?
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So let it out and let it in
Hey Jude, begin
You’re waiting for someone to perform with
And don’t you know that it’s just you
Hey Jude, you’ll do
The movement you need is on your shoulder
La-la-la, la, la
La-la-la, la, mmh