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Fat Freddys Drop - Based On A True Story (Full Album)

Fat Freddys Drop - Based On A True Story (Full Album)

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Wilbur's Music Tutorial #2...Notes/Pitch Wilbur's Music Tutorial #2 NOTES...Sound and Pitch NOTES: indicate what musical sound (or pitch) should be played and how long it should be held. The placement of the note on a line or space on the staff indicates which musical sound (or pitch) should be played. Each line and space has a pitch associated with it, and each pitch is represented by an alphabetic character. In the following illustration you will see notes arranged on the Grand Staff (both Bass and Treble Clefs). You will also see the alphabetic letter associated with each note and the relative pitch of that note as it relates to the piano keyboard. Find MIDDLE C above...notice how the Treble Clef goes up from middle C while the Bass Clef notes go down from Middle C.

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BluesB In recent years blues backing tracks have become a key practice tool. Combined with an iPod and a harmonica, you have a portable studio, with a world of practice opportunities in your pocket. Blues has many styles, familiar to all good players. Below are twenty (mostly) blues styles. They will keep you occupied. Golden Milk! Cleans The Liver, Cures Flu, Prevents Cancer And Improves The Immune Sysytem! - Life on Hands Many people still have not heard about the famous mixture which has amazing healing effects and has incredible ingredients. This mixture is called “Golden Milk” and it is proven that it possesses numerous of health benefits for our body. It is recommended to use this drink daily for improvement of the overall health, immune system and healing of depression.

How the Harmonica Works If you were to blow into the holes of a harmonica, one by one from left to right, you would hear the 1, 3, and 5 notes of a major chord (C, E, G in the key of C) repeated repeated three times (as well as one high C at the end). Alone, this won't do you much good, as it's only one chord. That's why playing the harmonica involves a combination of inhalingandexhaling (also called blowing and drawing). 15 Diagrams That Make Graphic Design Much Easier If you're a graphic designer reading this blog, there's probably a good chance you already know how tough graphic design can be. However, practice makes the design process easier — and your products better — over time. In addition to simply honing your craft, there are also some helpful resources out there that can make design easier and more insightful so you can spend more time unleashing your creativity and less time figuring out the basics. These 15 diagrams contain valuable shortcuts that will help you become a better designer.

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