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Dec 22, 2013

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MusicScienceGuy

Read my book reviews - turns out from research that there are no almost such things as "gifted" people. The only truly talented ones are people that have practiced lots and lots.
There's a reason for the gifted myth - it lets us lazy people feel good being lazy. :)

Ken

PS. Ok, I've cleared my plate - starting to create the video.

Mark H

Very interesting! I would like to see this video of the jammer once it is complete, as you have piqued my curiosity. And yes, it takes a lot of dedication to become proficient at any instrument, unless of course one is born into prodigy status. I don't know many of those, however! Good luck!
http://pianosheetmusiconline.com/

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