I am training for hand movements, speed and velocity and the use of alternative keys on a bass clarinet. I do use a video camera to see the movements of the hand and to get feedback.
I do not discover a rhizomatical way of learning in this kind of training.
I expect the velocity I train in this little piece of music will improve the overall velocity, because the working of the muscles will improve.
Are there goals that you want to accomplish that would not be served by a rhizomatic approach? I want to improve the fine muscles and fine movements of the hand. I want to improve the way I play and I want to learn to play this piece of music.
Is there a way to change what you are doing to make it more rhizomatic? Would it be rhizomatic to introduce other ways of training the fine muscles of the hand? Learning card tricks to improve fine muscles to play the clarinet?
Listening to other clarinetists and reading the notes on the paper, rehearsing the piece will all help improve the way I play the instrument. Is this rhizomatic?
What impact would that have? Good? Bad?
How does the ‘rhizomatic’ improve my learning to play music?