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I love Jesus, classical music, history, and Italian food, in that order. I also enjoy studying math.

I've been playing music for about five years now and I am proficient on the cornet and the recorder. I also play a little piano on the side.

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comment What is needed for an electric woodwind?
Youtube is blocked for a lot of people and videos can get lost. Could you summarize some of the relevant parts of the videos in your answer to keep it useful? Thanks
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do I lower the action on my Floyd Rose guitar bridge?
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revised Meaning of 1/1 and 1/2 beneath pedaling marking
clarification
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comment Average Melody Range
They usually stay within an octave as far as I've seen.
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accepted Horn clefs across two staves
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comment Horn clefs across two staves
Did you find any instances of both the G and F clef being used at the same time?
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asked Horn clefs across two staves
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reviewed Leave Open What is this scale called?
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revised Why does plucked and bowed string of violin produces slightly different pitches?
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answered Learn the alto recorder
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revised Resources for learning to play the recorder
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awarded  Popular Question
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reviewed Reviewed piano performing and recording
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comment Recorder bell question
A soprano can play higher than the D. A higher pitch can be obtained using other fingerings and covering the bell.
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comment Practicing all practical permutations of three-note chords on guitar
Are you confining this to major and minor triads? By definition, any combination of two or more notes is a chord.