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Improbabilities - Jacco Wynia

Improbabilities

Sometimes things come together in a way that you wouldn’t expect them. But then, when it occurs, it has a charm of its own: a charm with imperfection.

But then, when it occurs, it has a charm of its own: a charm with imperfection. This happened to me with the music this time: I wouldn’t have guessed these parts to come together, but just enjoyed a pleasant journey. And naturally, the music and instruments combined. It could have been arranged better, it could have had more thought into the process, but at the same time I do not want to waste the spontaneity of it. So I decided to let go of my thoughts and opinions and instead enjoy what has formed. That is what I am sharing with you in this song: Improbabilities.

On the artwork picture you see the roots of a tree, a river with swans and ducks, a bridge, a city. Somehow they are very different but still fit together nicely. I liked that to go with this tune. The picture is taken in Prague by @Werner van Beusekom. The image makes me feel that I am rooted in nature, and the city is my friend where I can connect with other beings. The music could well be played on this bridge. A passer-by could have danced to it, where the music functions as a bridge to connect him with his body.

Music written and performed by Jacco Wynia

Mixed and mastered by Gijs van Klooster

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