introduction to musical notation MG 4172

introduction to musical notation    MG 4172
2007-09-12 20:10:53
in the midst of asking how to spell a bunch of random words, nick asked rachel “how do you spell music?” it took a while to sort out that he was really asking how to write down a melody. when rachel realized this, they opened a book of sheet music and rachel tried to explain it to him.

rachel started working full time last week. so nick gets to see his mom during a rushed hour of waking up and commuting in the morning. and that's been it most days. he's in bed asleep by the time she gets home. tonight, nick mutinied the bedtime edict and came upstairs to hang out when rachel got home. so he sat with her on the couch while she ate her dinner, where they could catch up on important subjects like transformers, counting, the alphabet, and musical notation.


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Neeta Lind: Nick is so smart. EOM.

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