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RE: Loss of the initial song idea

You can also take the song in its self-inspired new direction and see where
it leads.  There's no rule that says that one song can't eventually become
two or more songs.
Also you can distance yourself from it. Or you can add all types of stuff 
it and build it up ad nauseum.  

Then strip away whatever isn't rain (if that's still what you want).



-----Original Message-----
From: k3zz21@gmail.com [mailto:k3zz21@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, February 17, 2012 9:27 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Loss of the initial song idea

Im currently writing a piano piece for my music class. I originally started
out feeling really connected with the idea. My intention was to to make the
piece somewhat sound like a rain storm. And I was definitely feeling the
connection between what I had made so far and the vision that I had in my
head which was simply rain. Now I seem to have lost that initial feeling.
Ism wondering if it is due to me being distracted from that feeling and
trying harder to make the song sound "Good" maybe?