Musical Interlude

6 thoughts on “Musical Interlude

  1. I couldn’t quite pinpoint what it was about this… And then I got it. The filled-in circle without a stem can’t be a whole note (they’re empty) or a quarter note (they have a stem). I think that’s not a note at all. I think it’s the eye of a musician peeking into the room, wondering if he can join the jam session.

    1. You are too clever. There are two of them. Tilt your head to the right. The half note is like a nose. The bridge is a mouth. 🙂

      1. I must admit that I made a mistake with those notes. It shows you I don’t know how to read music. Fortunately, I can play ok anyway. 🙂

      2. I remembered you saying that you taught yourself guitar by ear. That explains that — although I know a few people who can read music like whiz kids, and can’t improvise a thing.

      3. My sister plays classical guitar and reads music well. She came for a visit and I was excited about us playing together. Well, it didn’t turn out as I hoped. She couldn’t improvise. I could only play along with her if I knew the tune. It was disappointing.

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