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  1. Teddybeargirl
    09-29-2012 10:38 PM
    Teddybeargirl
    It's okay, I just didn't want you to get in trouble. No harm done. : )
  2. Teddybeargirl
    09-29-2012 06:16 PM
    Teddybeargirl
    Hi, I saw your post on the "Will you ever outgrow BABV?" thread, and I just wanted to let you know we're not allowed to say our ages on here, so you might want to edit that.

    Sorry, I just don't want you getting in trouble.
  3. MeghanMusicLuvr28
    03-29-2011 03:41 PM
    MeghanMusicLuvr28
    Thank you so much. :]
    I just started reading the series, but I really like it so far. : D
  4. Hailisnowflake4
    03-24-2011 10:58 PM
    Hailisnowflake4
    Dear Instrument Lover Music Club Member,
    I am writing to you because of New Updates in my Club such as Contests.
    You are a member of my club, so Updates are happening and it will keep improving such as an "Honor Member" section.
    Thank you,
    Haili~
  5. lauracamper12
    11-27-2010 10:06 AM
    lauracamper12
    Np! :P Love making new friends. :]
  6. lauracamper12
    11-26-2010 06:01 PM
    lauracamper12
    Hi hi, accept my friends request? Thanks<3[:
  7. Hailisnowflake4
    11-26-2010 02:31 PM
    Hailisnowflake4
    1. What the difference between P(piano) and MP(medium piano)? P(piano) means quieter, MP(medium piano) means about average sound; not too loud, not too soft.

    correct!! nice work!!




    2.What is the difference between :ll and ll? :|| is the repeat sign; || means the piece has ended, that it's the end of the song/music.

    correct!! perfect!


    3.What is an appregio in music? Arpeggio is when you play a chord only in seperate notes (I believe). If I'm right, it kinda has the ~~~ look only upright, in front of the chord or series of notes.

    correct! right again!
  8. Hailisnowflake4
    11-25-2010 01:21 PM
    Hailisnowflake4
    1. What is the difference between Harmony and Melody? The melody is the main part; the part that catches people's ear the most, the part that, if in a song, has the words set to it. the harmony is a different set of notes that kinda.... correspond with the melody, making it sound prettier

    Wow!I couldn't have said it better!Good work!
    2.What does a repeat sign look like(describe)? Ummm... kinda like this :||

    Yes!Perfect!Your very good at this!

    3.Describe the bottom and top number of the time signature, in other words what do they mean? I'll use 3/4 time as an example. The 3 stands for beats per measure; the 4 means... oh I forget this... I think it has to do with the number of measures but I forget what exactly... darn!

    What you put is correct, though I can't give you a point since you didn't complete it, Good try though!

    Since it is thanksgiving you earn extra points4 points for you!
  9. Ashleynesses
    11-25-2010 01:19 PM
    Ashleynesses
    Hope to be your friend
  10. Ashleynesses
    11-25-2010 01:19 PM
    Ashleynesses
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  • About sleepingbeauty719
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    AlayaDecember3
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    I'm really shy, but you won't know it once you get to know me! :P I'm also very sweet and caring!
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    US of A!
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