We speak of “musicality” when someone, apart from their technical ability in an instrument or their knowledge of music theory, manages to easily create and develop musical ideas that connect with a listener. This ability is nothing more than an understanding (almost always an unconscious one) of how “musical discourses” are created. In this course, we will turn this understanding into a “conscious process” that allows us to begin a mastery of our musical ideas as composers, arrangers or improvisers.
This approach, created by Manuel Velázquez through years of research is a proposal to understand in a practical and deep way how music works as a language (regardless of style). These ideas are fresh and useful for anyone who wants to practice or understand music. From beginners to consummate professionals.