It's only a matter of time folks
On April 29, 2013, National Airlines Flight 102, a B747-400 carrying US Military Equipment, crashed shortly after takeoff from Bagram Airfield in Afganistan, killing all 7 onboard. Cause of the crash was a load shift in the cargo resulting in loss of control.
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I'm probably not alone in this, but I see color every time I hear a piece in a certain key signature. I made a table of the colors that I see (dubbed chromesthesia) and thought I'd share it with you all.
Since my post about seeing colors of keys was so popular, I thought I'd share one more treat with you all: Here is my description of how all 24 keys sound. Obvioiusly this is based on opinion, but I'm curious if you all agree with any of my descriptions. Hope you find this interesting!
Happy Birthday Chopin!
HINGA DINGA DURGEN
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Hey Vsauce, Michael Here
Incredible sunset outside my house south of Denver, Colorado [OC] [1080x1080]
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We've all been there
From all of us to you!
Twitter screenshots aren't memes
American Airlines Flight 587 taxiing at JFK on November 12, 2001. A few minutes after taking off, the vertical stabilizer of this airframe would come apart (due to excessive rudder inputs by the FO) and crash into Queens, NY. All 260 people onboard, and five on the ground, were killed. Eerie.
Camera's shutter speed matches helicopter's rotor speed
This unusual speed limit in this neighborhood
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Axel Voss is a mod
This amazing sunset appeared out of nowhere on Thanksgiving evening outside my house near Denver, CO.
The lights in my bathroom perfectly cast the shadow of an arrow when a drawer is open.
How do I approach this cadenza, and what are some good ways to practice it? (The piece is Liszt's Liebestraum No. 3 in A-Flat)
How should this be played? I can't stretch my fingers as far as the music says.
Can someone give me advice on how to play this cadenza? It looks really intimidating. (Liszt, Liebestraume No. 3 in A-Flat)
[OC] I can sometimes pick out key signatures by ear, and can sometimes associate a key signature of a piece of music with a certain color. I compiled a list of all 24 keys, their staves, and what colors I see when I hear them.
How do I go about playing this? Polyrhythmic passages are my piano kryptonite. (Chopin, Nocturne in B-Flat Minor, 9/1)
Can someone give me feedback/suggestions on my weekly practice schedule? Any feedback is welcome/accepted!
How the heck am I supposed to play this?! (Notes above Fz)
MFW I refresh the subscriber count for the 500th time in the past two hours
I CAN'T HEAR YOU