I think I can help here...try this as a substitute:MhyrrBenz wrote: ↑Tue Jul 31, 2018 3:13 amI'm so glad you asked because I am suffering. I have non-stop playing, (even while I sleep or sit here typing this) of Barrios' Leyenda de Espana, combined with Rumores de la Caleta (Albeniz?) and Asturias' Leyenda. I had been playing them together but went on away from them, as soon as I felt the worm slide in. It's almost 2 months now and I'm sure it's a tumor by now; one good piece of advice, or so I thought, was, " . . . if you're a musician, go back and play that piece." So I did and so it, the freaking worm, stayed anyway, with a vengeance. I'm thinking of standing on my head or something more extreme. Yes, worms can come and go as I am learning, but come on now! Anybody, help?!
I think any repetitive bunch of bars counts; I'm long free of the months long earworm above, but won't play pieces for a while to be sure. In the meantime, though, music runs through my head day and night and I can only attribute this phenomenon to love of music, built in radio and the neuroplasticity of the brain.doug wrote: ↑Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:43 pmI've been watching a series of fingerpicking videos by Muriel Anderson, and right now my "earworm" is a simple little fingerpicking tune that I am making up, using the chord progression: C A7 Dm G9
It's not classical.....it's more bluesy sounding......but I'm playing on a classical guitar, and the tune's stuck in my head......does that count?