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Old 01-17-2006, 09:26 PM
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*Throws the rock away from jee* Surprise!!!!
So I guess there's no point in crawling under a rock until Y comes back.

I need to come up with some more stuff to practice.

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You two are so cute.
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You two are so cute.
Y!!!! That's my line!
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Y!!!! That's my line!
Alrighty! I'm done with practicing.
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Alrighty! I'm done with practicing.
Cool. What'd you practice?
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Cool. What'd you practice?
I practiced some scales from my Jazz book. Then I played the following:
Summertime, Gershwin
Desafinado, Jobim
Misty, Garner
The Swan, St. Saens
Suite #1 Prelude, Bach
Greensleeves, Arr. Vaughan Williams
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I practiced some scales from my Jazz book. Then I played the following:
Summertime, Gershwin
Desafinado, Jobim
Misty, Garner
The Swan, St. Saens
Suite #1 Prelude, Bach
Greensleeves, Arr. Vaughan Williams

Wow! You're a busy little bee, aren't you? How can you stand to play Suite #1 Prelude? I listened to it and it about drove me up the way, across the ceiling, and down the other side!
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Wow! You're a busy little bee, aren't you? How can you stand to play Suite #1 Prelude? I listened to it and it about drove me up the way, across the ceiling, and down the other side!
It's the first that I've looked at it. Of course I got it here at VSM. I was pretty awfull.
It would help to have the fingerings already.
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It's the first that I've looked at it. Of course I got it here at VSM. I was pretty awfull.
It would help to have the fingerings already.
Lol it is awful! I can't stand it. I'm listening to it right now so my brothers can hear it but I'm about to shut it off.
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Lol it is awful! I can't stand it. I'm listening to it right now so my brothers can hear it but I'm about to shut it off.
I'm using it as an exercise. Kind of like Kruetzer.
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