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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
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.
Jul
11
comment Why is the key included in classical music titles?
Classical music refers to the compositions written in the Common Practice Period, which encompasses the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras.
Jul
9
comment What does 'on' mean in chord notation?
This isn't an inversion. There's no C♯ or D in Em (E - G - B).
Jul
9
comment What does a triangle mean in chord notation?
Yes, it has the same meaning as a M or maj.
Jul
7
comment What are some small, lightweight, electric guitars that are ultra portable?
This seems like it is asking for shopping recommendations.
Jul
6
comment What are some interesting ways notes and chords are spelled in cultures outside of the U.S.?
@indrek, Take a look at this question: music.stackexchange.com/q/4957/1678
Jul
6
comment How do you keep your mental accuity up during an extended practice session?
I've found this on Productivity SE: productivity.stackexchange.com/q/2619
Jul
5
comment How do you keep your mental accuity up during an extended practice session?
This might be on-topic on the Personal Productivity SE. productivity.stackexchange.com/faq
Jul
3
comment Metronome on Yamaha CP-50 stage piano
Out of curiosity, why is this marked community wiki?
Jul
3
comment Canonical drumming books?
This question is overly broad and cannot reasonably be answered in its current form.
Jul
2
comment How to prevent a string from breaking during a performance?
+1 Great answer and detail. Welcome to Music SE. Glad to have you here!
Jul
2
comment How does sending MIDI over USB compare to using a dedicated MIDI interface?
Again, this question would be a better fit for the Audio Video Production SE.
Jul
2
comment How can I construct analogue oscillators that stay in tune?
Welcome to Music.SE! Please be sure to take a look at the FAQ before posting. "Audio production techniques and equipment" questions are off-topic here per the FAQ. Try asking this question on the Audio-Video Production SE instead.
Jun
26
comment What does a conductor actually do?
I believe it is a misspelling of Wagner. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Wagner
Jun
23
comment Does an implied tie exist
This is not standard, modern notation.
Jun
20
comment Does an implied tie exist
In the same sense, you could call a fermata 'somewhat similar'.
Jun
20
comment Does an implied tie exist
There are other instances in musical notation with implied notation such as an accidental carrying over to other notes in the same measure. As to let ring and sostenuto, this is not hold[ing] a note through the duration of all the notes. There is but pone lengthy note being played in these instances.
Jun
20
comment Does an implied tie exist
I see. A tied note should work for your purposes. If it makes it any easier, a tie can cover more than two notes.
Jun
20
comment Does an implied tie exist
Out of curiosity, why do you ask?
Jun
18
comment How do I keep my larynx balanced when I am singing in my head voice?
Yes it was. I'll delete it to clear things up (seeing as it's inapplicable now).