Words of Wisdom: Jon Whitcomb on Style

by Matthew Innis |

“You don’t develop a style.  A style descends upon you.  After thousands of attempts to do something, a style evolves.  It isn’t something you develop.  You don’y have any volition in the matter.  To take another example, after you play the piano for a while you develop a style that both your friends and your…

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