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8:00pm 10-17-2012
ionut

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interesting teory..great job
1:36pm 07-23-2012
cogs
you are so welcome! i hope some things finally 'clicked'. five years is a good amount of time to improve. if you need more help, drop me a line at the contact link on the site. lol, there was this girl who played clarinet who could do trills better than me, and of course, being the competitor i am, i was envious that i never could trill as well. i just told myself it was easier to trill on a clarinet than a sax, lol. hope you get to the point of creating your music based on chords, or improvisation. let me know if you need help.
2:31pm 07-22-2012
Ciara Bishop

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clarinet
Thank you so much for helping me understand some things about my music. I have been playing clarinet going on 5 years and I still had some misunderstandings about a few things. Thanks again.
10:24pm 01-30-2012
cogs
changed domain since the old domain wouldn't let me get my files. also, uptime will be better.
5:15pm 10-30-2011
cogs
found the code in the menu script that prevented text selection (i know sometimes it's nice to copy some text). just remember "content use only with permission " (for commercial purposes).
3:37pm 09-06-2011
cogs
i'm so glad you took the time to comment and read the site. your site is also interesting. and, i think your name is pretty. thanks, cogs
12:33am 09-06-2011
Camille

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Hello
I took a look at your work is beautiful and more interesting.
beautiful day
jouer dominos
10:10pm 08-30-2011
cogs
you're very welcome faith, thank you for using this site for your obvious talent, in flute and sax. hope you do well in your studies. cogs
7:09pm 08-30-2011
Faith J.

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C Flute, C Picc, Eb Alto Sax, & Bari Sax
I forgot how to do parallels of the circle of fifths and google brought me here first! It helps, thanks!
4:15pm 06-27-2011
cogs
here's the fingerings for the keyboard:
http://musiced.about.com/od/lessonsandtips/ss/fingeringcharts_4.htm

if you want to play from recorded music, you can read the theory behind it here:
http://learneasymusictheory.911mb.com/index.shtml#1
also, just listen to the notes as you play with the song, and pay attention to what notes sound good with it (the key of the song).
thank you for commenting, rosy james
6:09am 06-27-2011
rosy james

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keyboard
i am new for the sit but i went to know the songs.
how to play song and how to find out a note for the song
3:26pm 05-02-2011
cogs
thank you aaron! i'm thinking anything is easy to understand, if we can get a handle on the smallest part of it. now, all we have to do is memorize where B to C, and E to F is on our instrument. read my site (playing along with your instrument), and you'll have a pretty good understanding of basic theory.
1:34am 05-02-2011
Aaron
My instruction books gave no mention of how I should know when in a scale a sharp or flat was appropriate and I've been boggled all day but you made perfect sense of it in four words: Bake Cakes, Eat Food. Easy.
3:19pm 04-26-2011
cogs
and thank you for reading, susan... it's a fun topic
4:02pm 03-24-2011
cogs
coming from a designer, that's so flattering! thank you beverly.
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