Dan Richter - Improtheater und Improvisation
Gedanken zu Theorie und Praxis des Improvisationstheaters. Überlegungen zu
Improvisation und Kreativität. Beobachtungen aus Lehre und Aufführung.

Improshows in Berlin/Brandenburg

2. März 2012

Von Thelonious lernen...

1. Just because you're not a drummer doesn't mean that you don't have to keep time.

2. Pat your foot and sing the melody in your head when you play.

3. Stop playing all that bullshit / those weird notes. Play the melody!

4. Make the drummer sound good.

5. Discrimination is important.

6. You've got to dig it to dig it, you dig?

7. All reet!

8. Always know... (Monk)

9. It must be always night, otherwise they wouldn't need lights.

10. Let's lift the bandstand!!!

11. Avoid the hecklers.

12. Don't play the piano part. I'm playing that. Don't listen to me. I'm supposed to be accompanying you.

13. The inside of the tune (the bridge) is the part that makes the outside sound good.

14. Don't play everything (or every time). Let some things go by. (Always leave them wanting more.) Some music just imagined. What you don't play can be more important than what you do.)

15. A note can be small as a pin or as big as the world. It depends on your imagination.

16. Stay in shape! Sometimes a musician waits for a gig, and when it comes he's out of shape and can't make it.

17. When you're swinging, swing some more!

18. What should we wear tonight? SHARP AS POSSIBLE!

19. Don't sound anybody for a gig. Just be on the scene.

20. You've got it! If you don't want to play, tell a joke or dance, but in any case, you got it! (To a drummer who didn't want to solo.)

21. Whatever you think can't be done, somebody will come along and do it. A genius is the one most like himself.

22. They tried to get me to hate white people, but someone would always come along and spoil it. 

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