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Thanks, Gill, that was interesting! I like the cute British names for the notes. In German they are just as “mathematical” as the American terms.


Great lesson!!!!! I didn’t know anything about that
subject although I love music….Thank you very
much, once again, Gill.


Thanks a lot Gill!!!
I hope I can talk properly about music to Mark Knopfler after this interesting lesson ;)


Thanks Gill, you’re an extraordinary talented teacher. Carry on that!.


thanks Gill


this is so amzing techer gill thnk u so mach


Got 09/10. Superb, brilliant lesson Gill. I <3 you! :)


It’s interesting to know little bit more about this musical method

Thank you Gill


Great lesson! Thank you so much, Gill! :-)


    yes very successful


This brilliant. I have a lot in a short lesson than I have learnt in years. Thank you Gill


Nice lesson. I haven’t been here for years. Time to relearn and improve some skills. Thank you so much


I like you Gill, I’m glad to hear your voice. thx.


I liked your video so much. I’m a musician and there’s no much material about music vocabulary.
May you make other videos about instrument vocabulary?
For Example: Flute parts (lip plate, head-joint, etc.), Articulations, embouchure, etc.


Thank you! I am researching the sound of ocean waves and found a possible relation to music. When explaining it to some colleagues I wanted to show a random data example and it just happened to correspond to a flat note. Now I could have said A, B, C, etc. fine, but had no clue how to express this one. It was so embarrassing, because I knew exactly what it was, but could not get the information across. I wish I had watched this video earlier. Also the differences between British and American can be confusing. After watching this I realise that some things could easily be misunderstood by different nationality groups in an audience. For example, I have often seen references online calling A, B, C, etc. notes and the flats and sharps half notes. An American listener would be interpreting those completely different.


    Great lesson. I got 9/10. Thank you ❤️


Thank you, Gill. We love you so much :)
Oh, and I got 9/10 in quiz by the way

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