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blloooooo:

spevakpercussion:

Will never not reblog

josh r u n dis

blloooooo:

spevakpercussion:

Will never not reblog

josh r u n dis

localbandnerd:

Whoops I accidently read “band director” as “band dictator”. Eh, same thing. 

snapbachs:

Uh, not necessarily, Brahms…

txtrumpet:

the-face-of-oboe:

whyamiamusicmajor:

oh hey look what just came up on my news feed.
rude.

NO HOLD UP YOU NEED TO STOP RIGHT THERE.
Usually I’ll post stuff like this down in the tags, but this is extremely important.
People who major in music do it because they love what they do. They know it is not all that well paying, and it can lead to a rough life. The decision they make is to carry on doing something they love, something that will (hopefully) bring them happiness. It is many hours of practicing, dedication, and anxiety over auditions, shows, etc.
Music majors don’t get paid all that much, especially if they’re are strictly performing. They have to dedicate themselves to some other job in order to pay bills, because depending on the area you live in or how many orchestras/ bands you perform in you might not be making all that much. However, people still chose to pursue something they love in order to achieve happiness.
Additionally, let’s pretend that music major’s didn’t exist for a second. Films would have practically no soundtrack. The people who work on movies coordinating the music are music majors. You want to go to a musical? Guess what there is no music. MUSIC MAJORS ARE NOT JUST PLAYING INSTRUMENTS!!! Get your head out of your ass and stop bashing other people’s passions and major.  

reblogging again because ^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^

txtrumpet:

the-face-of-oboe:

whyamiamusicmajor:

oh hey look what just came up on my news feed.

rude.

NO HOLD UP YOU NEED TO STOP RIGHT THERE.

Usually I’ll post stuff like this down in the tags, but this is extremely important.

People who major in music do it because they love what they do. They know it is not all that well paying, and it can lead to a rough life. The decision they make is to carry on doing something they love, something that will (hopefully) bring them happiness. It is many hours of practicing, dedication, and anxiety over auditions, shows, etc.

Music majors don’t get paid all that much, especially if they’re are strictly performing. They have to dedicate themselves to some other job in order to pay bills, because depending on the area you live in or how many orchestras/ bands you perform in you might not be making all that much. However, people still chose to pursue something they love in order to achieve happiness.

Additionally, let’s pretend that music major’s didn’t exist for a second. Films would have practically no soundtrack. The people who work on movies coordinating the music are music majors. You want to go to a musical? Guess what there is no music. MUSIC MAJORS ARE NOT JUST PLAYING INSTRUMENTS!!! Get your head out of your ass and stop bashing other people’s passions and major.  

reblogging again because ^^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^

justamerplwithabox:

charlesphoenix:

schubertiade:

theboojisintreble:

sherlockedwithwatson:

trombones play Carry On My Wayward Son.

TALENT

Om. nom. 

this is just UNF THOSE HARMONIES

ALWAYS reblog Maniacal $ T-Bone 4tet.  

they also did Bohemian Rhapsody, imagine it, then look it up anyway.

Edible. Very edible.

ticklesthesomething:

Nightmare Before Christmas: How they died

To explain this, we just put this on a while ago and I couldn’t help but realize that everyone in Halloween Town is either dead, or something that never was alive (save probably the werewolf, witchs, and lake monster.) So I got to thinking, “How did they die?” And I realized there are small little hints in everything.

Click below to read my logic in their deaths.

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MFW Finale says a note that I normally play in solos is “out of range.”

MFW Finale says a note that I normally play in solos is “out of range.”

hotdiggedydemon:

Caption the pic

I’ll bring the meat, if you bring the heat. 

hotdiggedydemon:

Caption the pic

I’ll bring the meat, if you bring the heat. 

A Jazz arrangement of Erik Satie’s “Gymnopedie No. 1”  by yours truly. 

Arranged for Jazz Rhythm section.