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In this reflective paper I will attempt to summarize my experiences here at Berklee, both in general and most importantly in relation to our final project. I’ll be looking into my journey, trying to explain my personal, musical and composition choices I’ve made towards writing this piece. Though this project might feel similar to our previous tasks here at Berklee, this one was far different and challenging than everything we’ve done, and certainly one of the most interesting and more challenging projects I was lucky enough to work on. Throughout my time here in Berklee I got to learn so much more than I can fathom. Beyond the much needed technical skills, and theoretical knowledge, I’ve learned mostly how to develop my own musical language. Learning through trial and error, with each and every time I try to dip my toes in freshwater, looking at new horizons and connecting my new experiences with the past. I’ve learned to look at stories and narratives in new and refreshing ways while trying to constantly make the musical and emotional connections.
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Spies, Aviram. “The Next-to-Last Time I Was Shot out of a Cannon Short story by: Etgar Keret.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2022. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-scoring/195.