Valiant attempt, although the fugue wedged you, rather than the other way round. You're not the first or last organist to fall foul of this majestic piece. But it's clear that you can actually play the piece to a certain standard, your nerves just got the better of you and that can happen to any performer. Remember the old adage, amateur musicians practice until they can play the piece right, professionals practice until they can't play it wrong...
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the first stop you pulled was the tremulant. This makes the wind supply to the pipes fluctuate so they have a kind of vibrato or undulating tone. For it to work you need to have at least one stop in that division out. Pulling it out on its own does nothing as you found...
not all of this is new for notebook 14 though. The 3d tools have been available for a while (if activated with a document camera), and the Response VE voting app has also been available (as a paid for option). The ink editing and geogebra is new though.
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great tip to get mobility in the wrists. Easy to do and it just works. Once you start to get supple you can keep stretching those wrists until you get a classic rack position....
fantastic practical tip once again . . . this can get you front squatting if you can't do it. And you can also unrack the bar and use it to stretch by pushing your elbows higher. That way you are working your way towards the orthodox front squat grip....
I've had pain in my right shoulder for months now and have tried all kinds of stretches. But not this one. I tried it for about 2 minutes (10 seconds or so stretching then rest), and suddenly the pain I have when lifting the arm is almost gone. Will definitely be continuing this stretch to get more flexibility into that area.
Completely wrong. 1000 Kb is not a Mb, 1024 Kb is a Mb (just as 1024 Mb are a Gb, not 1000 as she says). She has very limited understanding of how file sizes on a computer work. YouTube is brilliant as anyone can post a video on anything, even if they have very limited understanding of what they are talking about.
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