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26 Nov
  Re: Would you run outta` breath?    Posted in Trumpet Forum
Congrats on the courage to push yourself and your trumpet playing. I'm making some assumptions ...
9 Nov
  Re: How can i be better?    Posted in Guitar Forum
Nobody is really answering the question. You have two options. Option one is to learn some scales (s...
2 Nov
  Re: Are You a Beginner Musician?    Posted in Piano Forum
Also, @dollyt, I agree. Yamaha is definitely the best brand out there! I wouldn't consider Casio...
31 Oct
  Re: New Website for Jazz Clarinet Duets    Posted in General Forum
Here’s a YouTube link: ...
22 Oct
  Re: New Free Sheet Music Website    Posted in Violin Forum
22 Oct
  Re: A List of Resources Sites for Violin Players    Posted in Violin Forum
We all have a starting point. This may help
22 Oct
  Re: Helpful Suzuki Violin Guide(YouTube) for violin students and self learners.    Posted in Violin Forum
May make a recommendation?...
22 Oct
  Re: Violin Learning App    Posted in Violin Forum
As a beginner, money can be issue . Try here
17 Oct
  Re: Just starting horn again.    Posted in Horn Forum
Also, even though I've been playing for years, I've never had great endurance. I switched t...
21 Sep
  Re: What is your process to perfecting a piece?    Posted in General Forum
People have different methods when preparing to perform a piece. Some are specific routines, some ar...
21 Sep
  Re: HELP!! Cundy bettoney ebonite    Posted in Clarinet Forum
So someone gave it your future mother-in-law, and now she's given it to you. If you play clarine...
4 Sep
  Re: Having a hard time playing C    Posted in Clarinet Forum
You can a pad that fell out back in by using a match to make the glue soft. Much better idea is to g...
18 Aug
  Re: kalkbrenner sky and sand piano cover free sheet music note download pdf    Posted in Popular Music Forum
Thanks for sharing some music...
18 Aug
  Re: Check Out Brian Travers & John Illsley`s artwork!    Posted in Rock Music Forum
Thanks for sharing!...
18 Aug
  Re: Chord Reading Practise    Posted in Piano Forum
This website has a ton of great resources for practicing things like chord recognition: https://www....
18 Aug
  Re: Free music making software?    Posted in General Forum
Bandora has a free version. So does scanscore and forte notation. Audacity is good too....

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