OH. OH OH OH OKAY YES HI I AM THE PERCUSSIONIST ADMIN (i’m also the only one who ever answers the asks??????????) BUT YES, OKAY EVERYTHING IS CLEAR NOW I DO INDEED KNOW THAT PIECE.
god bless, mate.
but oh god hells no i am not singing that. you’ll hear nothing but cracks all up in my voice and stuff ugh.
well i had a couple other people telling me that they were speaking of a tonal piece or something?????????????
honestly, i have no idea what is even going on anymore.
i told you i have no idea what that is anon >.<
i even asked for clarification and though others offered it, you never did.
i can’t answer this vocally ._.
i’m so sorry for my expression.
this is cam, by the way. i hope you guys know there’s two of us hahahah.
so i tried this last night but i guess not a lot of people were on.
send me any question and i’ll answer it vocally.
if you don’t want to be spammed by this, blacklist vocal answer but either way i’ll delete them all later.
The great thing about music is it did not save your life
It gave you the strength and will power to save your own life
That’s the beauty of music
This is probably the most important thing I have read in the last 3 years of my life, thank you to whoever posted this.
#1: Love them.
#2: Encourage them.
#3: Tell them when they sound good.
#4: Give them advice, but only if they ask.
#5: … Buy them a shiny new instrument.
One time when my music theory professor was a student in college, he had to accompany an extremely rude soprano for a recital. She treated him like dirt during rehearsals. Just before going on to perform, she made some really snide remark to him that ticked him off, so he transposed the piece up a half step. She cracked three times.
Always be nice to your accompanists, folks.
There is a special place in hell for people that are rude to their accompanists