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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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Jan
30
revised Is 3/4 a crotchet, minim, or a quaver?
fixed punctuation and spelling
Jan
29
revised Is the time signature switching every measure?
edited title for coherence and to make this question easier to find
Jan
29
comment How to tell the time signature of a song by listening?
Related: music.stackexchange.com/q/2050/1678
Jan
29
answered Is 3/4 a crotchet, minim, or a quaver?
Jan
28
reviewed Reject suggested edit on key-signatures tag wiki excerpt
Jan
27
revised Yamaha 300 series v. Aulos 500 series
added 90 characters in body
Jan
27
revised How to technically differentiate between wind instrument types (definition)
corrected grammar
Jan
24
comment Where can I learn Nashville Number System?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about requesting a list of resources.
Jan
24
reviewed Close music theory on a minor chord and how long to hold each chord when creating a song.
Jan
23
comment Self-Teaching Piano: what to learn after Bach's Prelude in C?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about recommendations of pieces to play.
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Self-Teaching Piano: what to learn after Bach's Prelude in C?
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on chord-theory tag wiki excerpt
Jan
22
revised What is the best sticking for drags?
edited body; edited title
Jan
22
comment chord of C in four-part, close harmony
Yes, that is what a the close position is, but in a four part harmony, the bass is exempt from the closest harmonizing note rule. If there are three voices in closed position, they will always be within one octave.
Jan
22
reviewed Close Can I use the element song in my app?
Jan
22
revised chord of C in four-part, close harmony
corrected terminology
Jan
22
comment First and second valves vs third valve
Does this question help?
Jan
22
reviewed Reviewed First and second valves vs third valve
Jan
22
comment Origin of the asymmetrical keyboard layout of a piano
Related: music.stackexchange.com/q/24/1678 and music.stackexchange.com/q/8173/1678
Jan
22
answered chord of C in four-part, close harmony