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Game of Thrones - Sheet Music

String Quartet - Violin (1&2), Viola, and Cello.

But where is the vocal overdubbing score to the repeated words, “Peter Dinklage?”

So this might be the first time I’ve seen an entire score to a piece of music transcribed, notated, and put all over tumblr to great success. 

Is this how music goes viral these days? Because that would save me a LOT of time.

The extrapolated end result of this circular flowchart seems to be a world where there is only room for hobbyists and megastars, and the middle class musician is a thing of the past. Many people would probably be perfectly fine with this, but it sounds like hell on earth to me and most people I know. (via Dying From Exposure | NewMusicBox)

Isaac nails it.

The extrapolated end result of this circular flowchart seems to be a world where there is only room for hobbyists and megastars, and the middle class musician is a thing of the past. Many people would probably be perfectly fine with this, but it sounds like hell on earth to me and most people I know. (via Dying From Exposure | NewMusicBox)

Isaac nails it.

garychou
In general, I think we need to move away from the premise that being a good person is a fixed immutable characteristic and shift towards seeing being good as a practice. And it is a practice that we carry out by engaging with our imperfections. We need to shift towards thinking that being a good person is like being a clean person. Being a clean person is something you maintain and work on every day.We don’t assume ‘I am a clean person therefore I don’t need to brush my teeth.’ When someone suggests to us that we have something stuck in our teeth we don’t say to them ‘What do you mean I have something stuck in my teeth—but I’m a clean person?!’

Jay Smooth in his TED speech “how I learned to stop worrying and love discussing race” (via tropicanastasia)

Jay Smooth almost always a reblog

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Dude nailed it. We all need to work at being good. Even if we think we are.

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This applies to so much

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