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bio website troop-63.net
location Altoona, IA
age 17
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I love to play the drums when I have a small amount of free time. Music is the beat of my heart. I plan on continuing my growth of languages until the very day that I die. I would love to do nothing with my life but computers and music. I currently play in about 7 bands. Yeah. Its kinda overwhelming

For drums, I play in

  • Marching Band (front line section leader)
  • Pep Band
  • Jazz Band
  • Show Choir Band
  • Wind Ensemble (1st Chair)
  • Sheltered Reality

I also play the bassoon, which I play in

  • Symphonic Band
  • Church Orchestra

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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
In the C minor natural example, there are three semitones. But the description of the natural minor says there are two
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
I think you mixed up the descriptions for natural and harmonic minors. In your description for natural, you said there are 2 semitones, but in your example there are 3. For harmonic, you said there are 3 semitones, but in your example there are 2
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
@jjmusicnotes I am asking for it to be presented in a more simple way, because the internet is very specific and theoretical. I don't understand a lot of that language
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
@Sergio You said flat the 3rd and 6th for natural minor, but in your example you flatted the 7th as well
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
So on natural minor, you pick a key, say E flat. Then you take the 3rd of that scale, and use that key signature? So for E flat, the natural minor would have 1 sharp?