Shout out to all musician readers

Shout out to all musician readers

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16 thoughts on “Shout out to all musician readers

  1. Haha, hilarious. I was in drumline, and it was all about countingcountingcounting. Funny how keeping tempo isn’t as universal as you would think…

  2. mikeslayen says:

    If you ever have or had any wedding posts I am looking for good content to share! Love the music ones too! Good job!

  3. Aethersea says:

    I can count, but I have a deep respect for anyone who can hold a steady beat for more than half a minute. I can’t even manage that, so . . . yeah. Believe me, it’s appreciated.

  4. hahaha…i’m a musician, this is hilarious 🙂

  5. melfamy says:

    Who needs cadence and tuning? Just play!

  6. paigesoflove says:

    Hahaaa! Love this. I’ve nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award! Here are the rules:
    Congrats 🙂

  7. …let me know when you start “time-management-for-bass-fiddle” players, I’ll my good friend Dee along…

  8. Brenda K says:

    LOL! Reminds me of preparing for a recital back in uni and my accompanist correcting me on a rhythmic passage while commenting that I wasn’t anywhere near as bad at counting as the opera singers she usually worked with 🙂

  9. As a singer this hurts… Because it is true. 🙂 -Miss E

  10. VictoriaJoDean says:

    hilarious – I can barely count! If I didn’t sing mostly by “ear”, I’d be lost! And frequently am.

  11. VictoriaJoDean says:

    thanks for reading my blog – yours is fun and I’ll enjoy following.

  12. fractionofme says:

    This blog is ingenious.

  13. klsprout says:

    Love it! So true… Have you seen this meme?

    Same kinda goes or sight-reading. I once asked my (Curtis-trained) college teacher tpo help me learn to sight read better, and she just looked at me, all confused, and said, ‘I can’t see how that would help you at all….’ Sigh.

  14. Doc Snow says:

    People forget that the first half-millennium or more of Western classical music was basically invented/created by singers… including rhythmic notation.

    Just sayin’.

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