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Which listening selection from this week did you find most enjoyable? How did the melody contribute to your choice?

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    Huh??

    I didn't listen to any music this week.

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    Only YOU can answer these questions. Notice the words "you" and "your" in the questions!

    Let us know what you come up with if you want someone here to comment.

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    can you tell me where to find free music notes for guitar and paino, thx.

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