> instrument you know how to play
> favorite song to play on that instrument
name my band
we're an alternative rock band from new york
4 girls, we're all kinda sad and wanna die
>he won't die in your lifetime
It's hard to appreciate this song when you have no friends
Let's change the topic, guys.
What does /mu/ think of this?
What instruments do you all play? I've been teaching myself for piano for a little bit and Im looking for pieces to learn
The other ones I have are outdated
>General folder. Renaissance up to 20th century/modern classical
>General folder #2. Mostly Romantic up to 20th century/modern, but also includes Bach and Mozart subfolders
>General folder #3. Mostly 20th century/modern with other assorted bits and pieces
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Guitar and bass somewhat proficiently, piano occasionally. Wanna learn cello and/or a woodwind instrument possibly.
You could learn some Satie. Comparatively easier than other big names, but still challenging enough so that you'll make some progress.
What's his name, /mu/?
ITT: The guy who's totally, unequivocally, undoubtedly, next.
So with David Bowie's passing, was there any TV programming schedules rearranged for David Bowie?
MTV: NOPE (Teen Mom marathon)
VH1 CLASSIC: NOPE
BET: HELL NO, NIGGA!
Let's Kill these TV Networks!
How do I learn theory? I only really know basic stuff.
I ordered the berklee book vol 1 but it doesn't go that deep. Does vol 2 go that much deeper?
And what do I do after that? I play guitar so I'd like to know all the different jazz chords, etc and how they're built, modes, etc. But I don't really do not know where to start.
this book is great
What are you doing to celebrate Bowies death?
>sitting in home theater with my dog next to me
>watching live concert from 2005
>have lights in room set to flash red and blue in sync with his music
>Korn with red bull
Good night sweet prince.
Now i'm just fucking afraid that my main man is gonna go next
remember when ryan used to have balls