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Introduction to Music

(PG-13: Language) “Usually, chords are happy – called ‘major’… or ‘minor’ which are the ones that make you want to kill yourself.” The always informative exurb1a is back to explain to us the basic tools of the musical trade. Our instrument of choice – the nose flute.
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