The JAZZ MASTER - Idang Rasjidi - Part 1





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Published on Feb 14, 2013

Idang Rasjidi, musicians who believe that music is "the spirit to give", always trying to pass on his love of jazz to young musicians, especially the local musicians who lack access to flourish.

"One of my students was Yendri Blacan (19), son of the original Bangka Petaling village, he brought jazz to rhythm proficient Malays," he said.

As a child of "village" who claimed they could make belacan or shrimp paste Bangka it, Idang most unhappy with cynicism at the beginning of a business.

"I'm fed up with cynicism, for musicians who just want to start, throw away the cynicism because for me, the capacity of a human being lies in the dream and how far he realize that dream," he said.

Humility and acceptance, said Idang is primary capital to be a great musician.

"We just put ourselves under, yet the people who fall are the ones that are above," he said.

That's the philosophy that Idang instill in his sons; Shaku and Sadhu are both now follow The father became an international jazz musicians.

"If there are people who want to ahead of you, let him ahead of you, if there are people who want to win you, let him win, because actually you're the one who gave him the victory," said Idang quoting a Hadith of Prophet Muhammad.

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