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9:09am 03-17-2010
Bridie Eastwood

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Flute, Piano and Saxophone.
Thanks so much, I coudn't understand what an enharmonic was before and know I do, Grade 5 Music theory here I come!
Bridie
1:58am 03-06-2010
cogs

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sax
thank you andrew! it's great that you play both clarinet and sax. i never could get the clarinet to work for me. it seems there are many styles of clarinet players.
6:27pm 03-04-2010
ANDREW

Instrument:

Clarinet and Saxophone
Cool site
10:04pm 01-04-2010
cogs
http://www.gmajormusictheory.org/Freebies/freebiesFP.html
http://musiced.about.com/od/freestuff/a/freepianosheets.htm
there's a couple to get you started.
9:56pm 01-04-2010
cogs
thank you for commenting, rebecca. i'll look around for some sites that have keyboard music, and write the link here.
thanks, cogs
12:46pm 12-31-2009
rebecca stevenon

Instrument:

keyboared
can i plz have some muice for the keyboared the invole abcdefg keys so i can copey them and play them thank you
8:48pm 12-01-2009
Albert Sellaman

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Flute
Cool site.
from
Albert's Digital Art Web Site.
5:50pm 10-05-2009
Kevin

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Guitar
Good lesson on modes.
7:34pm 09-10-2009
cogs

Instrument:

ears
good idea... i wanted this to be for every instrument, that's why i avoided referencing any particular one. at the beginning, i asked readers to use their own instrument, and provided fingering charts, so people would learn from their own keys, frets, partials, etc. i really wanted people to Listen to the sound, so they would rely on their ears.
10:09pm 09-01-2009
Kevin

Instrument:

Guitar
Ya know, I was reading some of the theory pages, and when you start out explaining steps, you should use the example of a piano because that's what your steps are based on in the first place. It would probably flick the light on with alot of people as to why there are whole and half steps between notes, and only half steps between others. Just a suggestion.
10:12pm 08-17-2009
cogs

Instrument:

a device
great ideas
11:42pm 08-10-2009
EleventhDecibel

Instrument:

1. a mechanical tool or implement, esp. one used for delicate or precision work: surgical instruments. 2. a contrivance or apparatus for producing musical sounds: a stringed instrument. 3. a means by which something is effected or done; agency: an instrument of government. 4. a device for measuring the present value of a quantity under observation.
Hey, you should showcase players who excel in their instrument like John Petrucci (guitar), Elton John (keys), Neil Pert (drums), or Barry Manilow (voice) haha. Just kidding. Elton John sings too.

ED out.
11:37pm 08-10-2009
EleventhDecibel

Instrument:

the mind
I saw adam's youtube site. it was funny, and he's a superb ukelele player.
Peace out.
10:49am 03-17-2009
Kevin
If I diminish my aeolian, will it leave me flat, or should I just augment a minor's root?
10:40pm 03-09-2009
cogs
'and a one, and a two'... what a great leadoff, lol
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