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What a great shot of you two!

Either Mocha REALLY loves her daddy....or there is a fully cooked T-BONE STEAK, just to right, outside of camera view....but then, her ears would be perked up....so I think it's the first explanation...
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Mel has a good point ! I would go with Black lights and some strobe lights ! Also a nice touch would be hanging Black light posters on the walls ! Maybe some Pink Floyd playing on your 8 track !

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Imagine that, they still sell black light posters!



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Ouch! I think I'd be listening to the doc



Imagine that, they still sell black light posters!



Now that's what I'm talking about !

Oh yeah - Need some incents burning to
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Oh yeah - Need some incents burning to
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Oh I see the carving now....absolutely beautiful!
Way to go on the painting davy-navy-oh so grey tee ....!!
All this fun for 900 bucks........

Where’s Beau......

Ha! Haze gray and underway - Surface Navy Motto....Or

Navy stands for Never Again Volunteer Yourself - Course I don't follow that at work....still don't say no enough
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Those sound cute. I especially like rags; they're fun to play, but surprisingly harder than a lot of classical stuff somehow. I guess it depends on what style you're used to playing.

Does your teacher let (or encourage) you to listen to versions of what you're working on? Mine actually sorta discouraged it (and with no internet, the only things you could find were vinyls of concert performance pieces anyway)--I guess she thought it would affect our interpretation (or massively discourage us to hear the way something SHOULD actually sound. )

Oh, and for sure up and coming no more, if ever. My hands have gotten stiff, mostly from disuse I think--so keep playing or you'll have to go back to the beginning (not quite, but you will have to redo some of that learning).

But speaking of discouragement (which I just was, right?), listening to my son play is intimidating. He loves to rub it in even more, I think, by finding impossible pieces and bringing them to me with an " even YOU could learn this" sort of comment. I struggle with sight-reading; he's a whiz. And the more complicated pieces you play, the more they add in all of those pesky sharps and flats which don't belong in the key signature, and chords and things that are confusing at first glance (and maybe even second or third tries too--or every attempt you make, forever.)

Teacher hasn't said anything about not listening to internet versions. I think right now it is more about learning to sight read, knowing the notes from sight read to keys, scales, tempo (4/4 3/4 2/2 etc...beats, rests). Able to play both hands together, and move about the keyboard. Also follow the dynamics of piano and forte etc....Then as you said the added bits of flats and sharps not in the key....accidentals??? Passing notes...
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Drug run done!

I gave him two chances to tell me what he wants now, or forever hold his peace. He sent me for bottled water and bananas last night. He's too uppity to drink well water. Hasn't killed me yet!

His first chance was when I started my truck. Second chance after I got dressed he requested 7up. That's it! I'm out of here!

I am back home and not leaving again until Monday morning!

I am trying to make him chicken and dumplings, but his illness is jacking with my intended routine. Plus he will complain because the meal will have onions, celery and carrots in it.

OMG!

Yum Chicken and Dumplings!!!! And I would eat the onions, celery, and carrots (if they are small - carrots that is/are hmm plural not plural sounds funny...or is it that Mel??? )
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Staging the house for me means
  • Getting the furniture in the right place to show off the rooms
  • Adding some color to areas - such as Navy Blue towels in the Bathrooms. Updated bedspreads and shower curtains in spare bath
  • Hanging some pictures back up on the walls
  • Getting right lights as Mel mentioned - not those cool black lights and nice black light photos
  • Everything clean - hmm hard to do with Mila. We noticed up about 6' on the door where it was painted was a Mila hair stuck in the new paint
  • Getting our rug back from the cleaners

Once we get stuff back together, I will take more photos. Will try and make them Zillow quality....if I can't will have to ask a friend if he would give it a try. Has much better camera and ability than I do....closer to what TN has. Or if my Uncle comes over in March/Apr I can get him to do it! He is on same level as TN with photography.
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TN - What about this ? When they aske the price on Modm's house - then the smart system cues up this song !

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TN - What about this ? When they aske the price on Modm's house - then the smart system cues up this song !


Lol - if it works! New sound system here I come
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Then as you said the added bits of flats and sharps not in the key....accidentals??? Passing notes...
Yup....only they apparently aren't accidental. They are exactly what the composer meant to write. *sigh*

And then they throw in double sharps and double flats (one full step up or down) just to make it fun. And they change the clef every other measure:

I mean, really??



AND...did you know there are more than just two clefs? There are the alto and the tenor clefs, for example, all used for different instruments. Fortunately NOT the piano--but I guess when you have a bunch of different instruments playing in an orchestra, it's easier for some of them to read a different clef because of the notes they usually play (they won't have to deal with all of those extra lines). That's one of the varieties of music my son throws at me to try to sight read. I have enough trouble just with treble and bass, thank you VERY much.

Alto
The alto clef is one of many “C clefs” and is named as such because its center indicates middle C. It is primarily only used for the viola, the viola da gamba, the alto trombone, and the mandola.


The tenor clef is another type of “C clef,” however its center is on the fourth line from the bottom, so middle C is moved up a third from where it was on the alto clef, used for the upper ranges of the bassoon, cello, euphonium, double bass, and trombone. These instruments use bass clef for their low to mid ranges and treble clef for their upper extremes.




Mmm Hmmmm.....RIGHT

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Speaking of which, I tried copying my version of the 1st movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata again.

We only got through 40 seconds--here's Hairy's critique of it:

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Doc said to take it easy for 10 days == that’s not going to. Happen been packing it in ice , damn that hurts

Geeze Kenny,

I haven't seen anything that looked that painful since the time I slipped on black ice in the alley in Seattle where I was putting out garbage cans and fell--smacking my elbow most painfully. Six hours later it looked like a canteloupe--the doctor who sucked all the goop out of it said "Try not to do that again--at least not until this one is fully healed.

It's like, can you say "OOOOOWWWWWWW!!!!!!\\

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Yup....only they apparently aren't accidental. They are exactly what the composer meant to write. *sigh*

And then they throw in double sharps and double flats (one full step up or down) just to make it fun. And they change the clef every other measure:

I mean, really??

AND...did you know there are more than just two clefs? There are the alto and the tenor clefs, for example, all used for different instruments. Fortunately NOT the piano--but I guess when you have a bunch of different instruments playing in an orchestra, it's easier for some of them to read a different clef because of the notes they usually play (they won't have to deal with all of those extra lines). That's one of the varieties of music my son throws at me to try to sight read. I have enough trouble just with treble and bass, thank you VERY much.

Alto
The alto clef is one of many “C clefs” and is named as such because its center indicates middle C. It is primarily only used for the viola, the viola da gamba, the alto trombone, and the mandola.

The tenor clef is another type of “C clef,” however its center is on the fourth line from the bottom, so middle C is moved up a third from where it was on the alto clef, used for the upper ranges of the bassoon, cello, euphonium, double bass, and trombone. These instruments use bass clef for their low to mid ranges and treble clef for their upper extremes.




Mmm Hmmmm.....RIGHT

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I may have heard there were more than 2....but that is all I am used to. I have had to deal with clefs changing on each clef. My hands will have hard time stretching past too many keys above octaves....
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Speaking of which, I tried copying my version of the 1st movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata again.

We only got through 40 seconds--here's Hairy's opinion:
Sounds nice! As I listened to it towards the middle it starts to sound like xylophone mixed in.

So I did a search on Xylphone and Moonlight Sonata....

I didn't realize there were different types or maybe different similar instruments.

Moonlight Sonata arranged for solo Vibraphone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxcMidtr4qA

Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (1st Movement) - Marimba Cover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VIDaF-xgUo

Guess they are in the family Idiophone
Marimba vs. Xylophone vs. Vibraphone vs. Glockenspiel
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I was just opening up the new shower curtain rod (curved spring loaded or permanent - I will put it up permanent). Mila was watching me. As I took out the hardware from the box she tried to take it. She thinks things from boxes or bags are her new play toys! I said no - not your toy and I didn't give it you.
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Time for supper! Beef stroganoff tonight. Using hamburger and the McCormick mix I think. Wife will make some extra real mushrooms on the side for her!
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That's my electronic keyboard again, but I have no idea what "instrument" it was supposed to sound like.

The marimba on that recording looks like someone playing cedar roof shakes. Well, sorta. It sounds considerably better, though. LOL

It's a shame you can't really see the vibraphone "keys" as he's playing. Is that thing in front a marimba, ya think?


Looked it up:

“What's the difference between a xylophone, a vibraphone, and a marimba?” ... Vibraphones have bars made of metal rather than wood, and thus the bars on a vibraphone sustain far longer than those on a marimba or xylophone; this is why vibraphones have a damper pedal (similar in function to the damper pedal on a piano)."

On the vibraphone thing, I wondered why some notes seemed to last longer than others and how the performer was doing that. I guess now I know.
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Time for supper! Beef stroganoff tonight. Using hamburger and the McCormick mix I think. Wife will make some extra real mushrooms on the side for her!
I think 4*4 has a stroganoof recipe that sounds great! when i am ready i will ask if he will share it again
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Geeze Kenny,

I haven't seen anything that looked that painful since the time I slipped on black ice in the alley in Seattle where I was putting out garbage cans and fell--smacking my elbow most painfully. Six hours later it looked like a canteloupe--the doctor who sucked all the goop out of it said "Try not to do that again--at least not until this one is fully healed.

It's like, can you say "OOOOOWWWWWWW!!!!!!"

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I had another busy day. I am really on a roll of getting things done. I should not write this since i could jinx my self but every plan just falls together... i know their must be something that is going to go wrong , it was not today
We have had a couple of cool days and nights in Fla. It is probably the last we will see of winter.
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Walked the dog around the neighborhood 3 miles today. It's 53 degrees and quite comfortable.

Calm before the storm, I guess---we're supposed to get 5-6 inches of snow tomorrow with winds picking up in the mid 30's on Monday. It'll be unsettled for a few days and down to a low of 7 by Tuesday night.

Back up into the 50's next Saturday though. At least the weather is following the correct timing.
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Ken quit showing your naughty bits on the Internet...this may land you in the wood shed for sure
I was thinking along the same lines, AJ!

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