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answered Non-beginner piano learning
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revised What does a single square bracket next to a single note mean?
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comment Keyboard suitable for student housing?
Go to a music store and play the instruments they have on hand and ask them questions. You cannot make a decision based entirely on what you read about online. You have to play some instruments yourself, and hear how they sound.
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revised Is bassy vocal tone okay for rock and metal singing?
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revised Getting rid of performance 'tics'
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answered Getting rid of performance 'tics'
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comment Getting rid of performance 'tics'
What instrument do you play? What kind of groups do you perform with?
Mar
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answered Is bassy vocal tone okay for rock and metal singing?
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revised Which pieces did Mozart write originally for SATB choir a cappella?
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comment Which pieces did Mozart write originally for SATB choir a cappella?
You can find an extremely comprehensive list of Mozart choral pieces in sheet music at www1.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart. Whether he wrote some with instrumental accompaniment or not, you will have to research.
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comment Is there a formula/theory for writing country licks/riffs?
Go fishing frequently, patronize outdoor parties in rural locations, drink heavily, spend days driving a pickup truck, and most of all, hope that your woman cheats on you and leaves you for someone else. Then pick up a guitar, but be sure never to use more than three chords in one song.