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    Exclamation Notes for nothings gonna change my love for you

    Can somone please show me the music sheet for nothings gonna change my love for you. Show me on here or on my email jesko11@hotmail.com

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    Not Again!!!! :d
    "The sound of tireless voices is the price we pay for the right to hear the music of our own opinions."

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    So far, this is the oldest I've been.

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    Sound guy theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- 3dB)
    Sax player theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- .010" at the tip)
    "Free jazz is the vegemite of the musical world. It's an acquired taste."-J. Jacques

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    Maybe you could write Michael Masser, the composer.

    He is a master of slurpy romantic ditties.
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    Got any money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blade5427
    no i NEED the notes
    Bb,B,C,Db,D,Eb,E,F,Gb,G,Ab,A,Bb,B,C,Db,D,Eb,E,F,Gb,G,Ab,A,Bb,B,C,Db,D,Eb,E,F
    (Gb,G if you have a deluxe horn)
    (Add an A at the front if arranging for a bari with a low A, with additional notes added on top as required)

    Arrange in suitable order and repeat as needed. Seek out recordings for assistance in difficult passages.

    No charge.

    If you want to use some of your money, Hak would probably give you a special rate as a new SOTW member.
    So far, this is the oldest I've been.

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    They asked if you had any money because of a few reasons:

    A: You come in and say, without introducing yourself or even building a reputation, "no i NEED the notes". Not only is that bad grammar , but extremely disrespectful.

    B: Would you just give away something that you spent your time on (and more than just a few minutes, unless you happen to be REALLY good at transcribing) for free to someone you don't even know?

    C: If you need the music that badly, and quickly, be prepared to pay for it.

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    Sorry, could you please the notes im only in grade 7 so im sorry

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    Grade 7 and 17 yrs old?

    Maybe you could share why you need the notes....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hakukani
    Grade 7 and 17 yrs old?
    Good eye, Hak. Years teaching have honed your paranoia. . . .

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    i am grade 7 born in October 11 1995 i lied about my age because i thought im not aloudto be in it soo i put my year to 1990. And i need the notes cause its my first time in band. In my school Hyland Elementary

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    By the observation of your previous posts, I am guessing that your school does not teach Grammar.

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    Well, don't lie about your age, that's bad.

    How long have you been playing sax? If it is your first year, I would assume that you won't be able to play the song, even if we sold you the sheet music for it.

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    i have been playing for 3 weeks and i already know the first part i got it by ear it B,C,D, B,D,B, D,A,G. So far i have done well

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    Good job. By ear is the best way to learn.
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    Absolutely. Doing it yourself by ear is the best way to learn it. When you have a handle on how the tune goes, try writing down the notes to the melody first, just the heads of the notes - no stems or anything. Then go back and write down the note values - the rhythm (eight notes, sixteenth notes etc) on the note heads. If you can do this, you can do any song out there.

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