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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 Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
I had not thought of the score being in error, but that makes perfect sense. +1
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revised Why do classical guitarists recommend putting the left thumb between the index and middle finger?
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Nov
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answered Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
Nov
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reviewed Reviewed Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
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revised Roman Analysis of “Ab B G” chord
edited body; edited tags; edited title
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reviewed Reviewed What are “nodules” and how do you avoid them?
Oct
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comment Which online resources can I use to learn how to play the harmonica?
If you have any specific questions, feel free to ask!
Oct
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reviewed Close Which online resources can I use to learn how to play the harmonica?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Which online resources can I use to learn how to play the harmonica?
Oct
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comment How can I evaluate the quality and value of a violin?
This should possibly be separate questions, but they all seem on-topic.
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Why is the guitar tuned like it is?
Oct
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comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
No need to apologize, I understood it quite well. I only edited to make sure others do also. It's actually rather good for someone who is not a native English speaker.
Oct
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comment How to write partitures for an orchesta
Most musicians have only there sheet music on their score. There are exceptions, such as in early band music. There, the solo cornet often has two or three parts on his sheet music. For most players in most circumstances, however, there is only one part per score.
Oct
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revised How to write partitures for an orchesta
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reviewed Reviewed How to write partitures for an orchesta
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reviewed Reviewed How do I make piano chords sound interesting when playing along with popular songs?
Oct
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revised How do I make piano chords sound interesting when playing along with popular songs?
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Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Guitar getting out of tune quickly
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Software for practicing the reading of jazz chord changes?
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Why play out of scale notes as part of a chord?