I mean, when age comes, and to improviser becomes bored listening to himself.
There is no answer to this question. Some player's play the same old stuff they learned when they were 20 without much of a difference over the years. Some players like Stan Getz seemed to be always inventing and coming up with new material until the end. It really depends on the person and how creative and imaginative they are....... It also has to do with how courageous and spontaneous a player is......Yes, this is a good answer for a possible solution to the problem; but my question is: at what stage does it appear - and does not go away. I heard something similar in relation to Bill Evans.
Wow, took me a second. But wow.At what point does incontinence become a problem for the aging musician?
If you're asking for advice about your own playing I would say "play less". Consider playing one chorus and getting off. (The other musicians will be astonished, especially if they are rabbiting on for dozens of choruses.)I mean, when age comes, and to improviser becomes bored listening to himself.
When ff also means double farte.At what point does flatulence become a problem for the aging musician?