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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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Jul
27
revised What kind of effect does practicing on difficult to play instruments have?
corrected error
Jul
27
comment What kind of effect does practicing on difficult to play instruments have?
You have some good points. I wasn't sure about the snare thing - only limited experience watching drummers. The wind instrument example, however, is from personal experience. When you have to concentrate too much one the problem, you can't focus on learning. That and bad technique can be the worst problems with playing not-so-great instruments.
Jul
27
comment What kind of effect does practicing on difficult to play instruments have?
I disagree. Adaptability is an important quality of a musician.
Jul
27
answered What kind of effect does practicing on difficult to play instruments have?
Jul
27
revised Do accidentals on ornaments carry over to the other notes in the measure?
edited tags
Jul
26
revised Jazz piano versus classical piano
corrected grammar and removed irrelevant link.
Jul
25
comment How do I improve my picking and fretting speed?
@Spring Just a head's up, when you reach ten edits on your post, it will automatically become community wiki. You will no longer receive reputation from it. Make your edits count.
Jul
25
answered Is there any practical difference between 3/4 and 3/8 time?
Jul
25
revised Annoying hot humbucker pick harmonics
fixed spelling and commas
Jul
24
comment Changing the strings: one by one, or by taking all strings off at one time?
Good answer. +1 to get you started!
Jul
23
revised Sixth and Minor Seventh inversions conflicts
corrected grammar and spelling
Jul
23
comment is there an affordable bass octave pedal that goes *up*?
Nice work, but a little expensive...
Jul
23
comment is there an affordable bass octave pedal that goes *up*?
What's the price?
Jul
21
revised Learning guitar via staff
corrected grammar and clarified
Jul
12
revised International notation system
removed signature
Jul
11
comment Franz Liszt Liebestraum No. 3 Bar 17 Roman Numeral Analysis
I've also found our problem. You were referencing the third section of the piece. It is found in my version on page 13. Measure 17 is the third measure of that page in my version. And yes, there was an A minor chord in root position there. I've edited your question to clarify that.
Jul
11
revised Franz Liszt Liebestraum No. 3 Bar 17 Roman Numeral Analysis
clarified piece name
Jul
11
revised Why classical music compositions are named with key/scale/note names?
added point, clarified
Jul
11
comment Franz Liszt Liebestraum No. 3 Bar 17 Roman Numeral Analysis
Pardon the messed up link. Just add the last parenthesis and it should work. SE is clipping the end of the link off and I don't know why.
Jul
11
comment Franz Liszt Liebestraum No. 3 Bar 17 Roman Numeral Analysis
Link. Measure 17 is measure 2 of line 5 in the third link. There's no A♮ chord in that measure.