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#beginquote# Hi Sunny Jim, Have to say that sight reading is easier to learn than theory. I suppose it comes from daily pracice and something I can't put a finger on. Still have trouble reading notes that go above or below the staff lines, especially chords. But I know in time that to will come. Theory is a whole different ballgame altogether. Each time I enrolled in a theory class meant for beginners only, there were students in the class who had two or more years of musical background than I and the tearcher played to the more advanced student and I was out in left field. So as they say forgeddabout it. I have a teacher who depending on the piece to be learned, sometimes explains why and how the chords or notes work and for me it's probably the best way - learn by doing. Must be years of dance training - I learn best by demonstration or just showing me how things work. We all have different learning curves. Whatever works for you is the best way. Thanks for the pep talk.:) #endquote#
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