Do I learn the basic string-piano parts in the middle school or middle school music class?
Do I get a private singing lessons?
Should I work on my technique first, or do I just “keep practicing and learning” when I get a better grasp on the notes?
Should I learn the scales of the violin?
Should I get an instrument to practice with, like the clarinet or oboe?
Do I need to be a violin major to play the violin?
Which style of music is “the best” type of music you can hear yourself playing?
Will I be able to play better if you sing with me in the background?
How much time is there between sessions and what will happen between sessions?
Why is it important to train the left and right ears?
Does it really work on the first day for me, or will it take about a year or more to get used to it?
What should I call this stuff if I do it right?
How much time do I need to rehearse and practice each song?
If I am going to write out a setlist, am I better off using a sheet music program, or is the list just to keep me from doing it wrong, so to speak?
[Edited on January 3, 2014 by Fretty_Lover]
The city is offering to take the car and take the homeless man home.
Tampa’s Downtown Community Action Council met this morning with a woman who had taken in a car that had been towed away from a church parking lot by city officers.
The man who had taken in the car, David K., has a heart condition, so the man’s family said they did not want to give his new home away for free.
Instead, they said they were working with other community agencies and will give David the car for free on Friday, but they also want the car returned to David so that he can find a decent place to live.
David’s family said he is a good man who has never been without money, so they need him to have a roof over his head.
“These individuals are just homeless because we have taken them out of their homes,” said Kevin Smith, a spokesman for Tampa Police. “They’re living on the streets, but we are not willing to let people take them down.”
K. was brought to Pinellas County
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