On Thursday, October 4, 2012 6:56:06 AM UTC-7, Douglas Seth wrote:Aieyayaie! I told her ... if the guys (rmcg) find these videos of yours ... I'm cooked! Beside that ... I have no power whatsoever ... she has her own mind and
> On Oct 3, 11:34 pm, Fadosolrélamisi <rei...@telus.net> wrote:
> > Le mercredi 3 octobre 2012 18:21:20 UTC-7, dsi1 a écrit :
> > > On10/3/20122:30 PM, Fadosolrï¿½lamisi wrote:
> > > > Yes I find this awesome too!
> > > > A lot of name dropping in this thread ... anywhoo ....
> > > > The amount of good ++ (yes that's good plus, plus) players will increase even more in the future ... but ... will the guitar remain ï¿½ la mode enough to sustain all these wonderful players? IMHO a pragmatic approach is required to get one to play music to his heart content ... a good day job will lead to the acquisition of a good instrument, the possibility of buying as much music as one wants, the luxury to play whenever one wants and for whom he wants, and one will be able to contribute to the sustaining of professional players by attending their concerts and enjoying their performance and this without an inch of envy or regrets rather, they will rather come out of these events with a renewed determination to their chosen commitment ...
> > > > Let's face it ... teaching classical guitar is boring.
> > > You like to finish with a zinger! I suspect that this might be true but
> > > I'm glad you said it instead of me. :-)
> > > > Alain
> > To my defense ... ([;o)) (Yes! That's a smiley in parenthesis)... Teaching classical guitar is only interesting if you take the time to know your student ... something that is looosing (yes, that's 3 o's for loosing big time!) ground in the latest technological direction it has taken ... online lessons with it's one method fits all approach ...
> > Was there a zinger in the debate tonight? More boring than teaching guitar is definitely : American politic!
> Your daughter is hilarious!! I laughed my ass off at the toilet video.
grew up to be quite a character has you have ... heu ... discovered!
My theory in family education (and even after all these years I can say with authority that I have absolutely no experience!) is ... just let them be!
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