Dedicated to piano teacher Diana – happy birthday Diana!
Also dedicated to my mom. Hi Mom!
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Good job on nailing the notes – on a bendy staff none the less! I can actually hear the music warping…very eerie. Nicely done.
Glad that you are thinking of me, even when working! Love ya.
Awesome – you even got the notes right! I often just see people draw random notes
C major how they run
Hey, cheer up! It could have been “Chopsticks”.
… as seen in “The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.”
At least it isn’t “Those Endearing Young Charms” complete with that one off note used in the Looney Tunes shorts.
Well, that would have good reason; hitting the notes correctly would have blown you up.
You know you’re a music nerd when you check the staff for authenticity. Sadly, I am one.
Glad to see a few people noticed that I used real notes from the song. I went for the “carving knife” bit of the song because it looked more interesting.
In earlier drafts, I used “Hot Cross Buns” as the song but it was a little too tedious, even for Piano Teacher Hell!
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