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When music and writing combine.

Discussion in 'Music' started by Răspunsul, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. Răspunsul

    Răspunsul Member

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    I drove to my favourite flea market today and on the way listened to 'High Wheel - High Wheel in the Sky'.
    Managed to find a nice paperback and really enjoyed the in transit entertainment too.
     
  2. Roxbrough

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    I tried this and it is indeed a very uplifting song, particularly suitable for driving.
     
  3. Forest Girl

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    I love working on my novels in my head while listening to music and driving.
    Music and writing combine as naturally as peanut butter and jelly.
     
  4. Gerwinnen Flecklecks

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    High Wheel are a superb band.
     
  5. Lucian Hodoboc

    Lucian Hodoboc New Member

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    Personally, I find it a bit too distracting to listen to music when I write. The only thing I want to listen to when I write is the sound of my keyboard.
     
  6. colinglithero

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    H.R.F.Keating;BREAKING AND ENTERING(mystery).
    I agree with Lucian about music being distracting. If the music is any good,
    I start listening to it properly and can't focus on what I'm writing, but if the
    music isn't anything special, why play it?
    (This is just how it works for me. I've met many people who say that
    music helps them to relax and actually write better. To each.........)
     

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