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Practice Procedures – part 3:  Bouncing Ball Technique

March 30, 2017

A bouncing ball is a perfect example of one initial motion producing an ongoing series of actions.  We play a first note  (or chord) and then expend less and less energy to create a series of ensuing sounds.

Echo Effect:

Related to the Bouncing Ball Technique is the more general feeling in the body that only one initial physical action may be required to create a series of repeating events similar to the first.

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