Where you practice matters. For example, singing at the top of your lungs into a waterfall might be the perfect place to practice if you want to become a great Pansori singer.
Want to learn more about place and practice? It’s in Part 5, chapter 27 of The Practice of Practice. Check out a sample of the book. Better yet, get an e-mail with a discount code when The Practice of Practice is published (June, 2014).
Intangible Asset No. 82 is a wonderful documentary that tells the story of Australian drummer Simon Barker’s quest to meet Korean shaman, master drummer, and grand-master improviser Kim Seok-Chul. During Barker’s journey he meets some interesting musicians, including Bae Il-Dong, a Pansori singer who practiced for seven years singing into a waterfall, living in a hut he built himself. Intrigued? In this preview, Bae Il-Dong will be the second person you see and hear. He’s hard to miss.