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PHILOS60 a German artist: already as teenager I discovered the ability on the mandoline and then on the guitar and the keyboard of own melodies / compositions to play and in addition singing vocalistic. The TOTAL VOKALISTIC IMPROVISATION: TVI (singing with guitar or keyboard) reflects an original and genuine musical emotional situation.
Philos60's MUSICAL EVOLUTION:
I was born during the Second World War (1943). The first 18 years of my life were a hard time for me, nevertheless, discovered my musical talent veryearly on, when at the age of 5, I got my first MOUTH ORGAN. There was no money for other musical instruments like guitars. Nobody trained me, but I learned through trial and error. At the time I played folk songs on my MOUTH ORGAN. When I was 14 years old a dream was fulfilled: I got a MANDOLIN from my uncle (my father died during the war). I learned it by playing whatever I could. When my uncle listened to my mandolin playing he was so impressed that he supported me having 2 years training on VIOLIN at a music school. The VIOLIN was a gift at Chrismas when I was 16 years old. But my real dream was a GUITAR, which I bought second-hand when I was 17. Again, I taught myself to play the instrument. So, I have developed my own guitar style and total vocalistic improvisation", as I call it, when even the language is made up during the playing of any melody I have in mind and from feelings at the time. Later, when I was about 40 years old, I started to learn the KEYBOARDS, again by myself. The results you can now all hear. I've been playing GUITAR about 43 years in total... I love it, and I will not stop playing for as long as I can...
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