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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# I'm in the LBC, I am teaching myself to read music from a site tha maintube suggested, plus I get some help from different musicians I know. I also learn something new everytime I play and sing at church. I forgot to mention that I turned 49 in february, so I guess I qualify. Adults do have high expectations, which can cause frustration and the urge to give up, but the same is true for parents of young music students. We need to "expect" great things of ourselves, otherwise, there's no reason to attempt anything new. Neither is it selfish, or silly. We owe it to ourselves to continually learn new things. There is a great saying I heard on a relatively new radio station in my area,(the world is full of willing people. Those willing to work, and those willing to watch). Those willing to watch are the uninspired and unambitious, and that is why welfare and other social programs exist. I will persist with my musical endeavers regardless of the outcome, because I love music passionately, and the passion grows as I grow older. I want to be able to say "the older I get the better I become", not "the older I get the better Iwas". I am intwersted in learning to distinguish the difference between all the different musical key signiatures. Does your site contain any of this info, since I compose music, and don't have a good background in reading music? Thanks, Don #endquote#
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