Bipolar Disorder and The Working Musician (Improvisation)

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"A short video that attempts to personally address some of the various creative pitfalls of Bipolar disorder and how recovery from these symptoms IS possible by engaging other parts of the brain and using less abstract methods of inspiration. Music Theory, metronomes, scales, patterns and other concrete practice methods can and do counter the leveling effects of drugs like Lithium depacote and other CORRECTION: The actual statitistic for those inflicted with BPD is: 1 in 100 sorry!. jason

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