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<h2 style="font-size: 16px; font-weight: bold;"><em><span style="color: #222222;">Most of society now understands the credo “Less Is More” to the point of cliché. It has become a mundane term easily summoned in the modern vernacular to signify purity of intention and </span><span style="color: #000000;">quality of manifestation through the economy of form. And despite such ubiquity, it remains one of the most viable approaches to creativity. With this especially restrictive moment, it seems appropriate to strip things back and see how Minimalism can be modified for today’s musician, or at least re-examined in usable contemporary terms. </span></em></h2>
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