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  • Artist Brad Paisley
  • Score Type Interactive, PDF, Included with PASS
  • Writer Chris DuBois
  • Format Digital Sheet Music
  • Pages 5
  • Arrangement Piano, Vocal & Guitar Chords (Right-Hand Melody)
  • Publisher Hal Leonard
  • Product ID 70191

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5 mug tests that I had to go through as a child

Anya Ivaneshkina

didn’t like music either

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Sometimes parents want their child to be able to do everything in the world: play chess, dance, draw, skate and only.

Therefore, many people attended a huge number of circles in their childhood. Some classes were a continuous test, and it was forbidden to quit them. In such an atmosphere, the original love, for example, for playing the piano could turn into disgust. Readers of Tinkoff Magazine told what they were forced to study in childhood and how it influenced their later life. nine0003

These are comments from Community readers. Collected into one material, carefully edited and formatted according to editorial standards.

Trial No. 1

Music school

hated the piano

I was forced to play the piano. How I hated him! The constant learning of works, the monotony of this action was taken out of balance. The bonus was a beating on the hands, tears and remarks in the diary from the teacher: "I'm tired of tears." nine0003

After some time, my parents nevertheless transferred me to another teacher, but I still could not fall in love with the instrument. There was no ear for music, and it never developed. Of the pluses - only knowledge of composers and works.

Nata Puronen
was injured as a child

Forced to play music. When I was seven years old, aunts from the music school came to school and showed me the violin and its sound. My stupid eyes lit up with curiosity, and I said in a whisper, they say, I want to. Parents heard, bought everything and said: “So go now for seven years!” nine0003

All desire to walk was repulsed when they started to “train” me every day, almost seven days a week, with yells, loud tops, banging on the table, obscenities and loosening of arms and legs for reporting concerts, exams and competitions. I was given virtuoso pieces, and the teacher could beat and humiliate me for 0.003 false note out of 100,500 other notes in the piece at a fast pace.

Parents didn't care: in the 2000s in a small town it was considered normal for a teacher to yell at you. This meant that you had to try harder, and not "your child is morally and physically crippled by a stranger. " And when they tried to talk to the teacher, she showed her acting skills with tantrums: “What are you?! I didn't do it!" My parents thought that I was lying and didn’t want to study, and even more threats came from the teacher for snitching. All this hell went on for seven years. But as soon as I received my graduation certificate at 14, I didn’t pick up the violin anymore. nine0003

What results did my parents want: that I would start earning a lot of money in restaurants at school age and “stand out” in front of the guests. What did I get out of this:

  1. Good ear for music! Sometimes I play improvisations or short tracks from Tiktok on the harmonica.
  2. After the musical skill, a talent for drawing was discovered - I still draw.
  3. Triggers and flashbacks.
  4. Lack of posture.
  5. Self-doubt.
  6. Unwillingness to try harder in everything.
  7. Waste of money.
  8. Even psychologists could not work through this trauma.

/ Burnout-Rehab /

“I was a walking dead dead for two years”: 3 stories about a successful struggle with a burnout of

did not show perseverance of

to give his parents to a music school. But closer to the end, I quit it, because I got tired of listening to the endless rustling of sweets eaten by teachers in the classroom and their discussions about who bought which boots and from whom which man. Naturally, no one cared about my musical attempts. It was at the end of the USSR, then everything was falling apart. nine0003

I still regret that I did not persist and did not get a transfer to another educational institution. But my parents did not insist: at that time they had problems stronger than my teenage ones. Listening skills did not disappear and helped with English, I immediately notice falsehood in playing and singing. If it were possible to rewind time, I would enter the cannery, and then the sound engineer. Much more interesting than any IT.

playing the soundtrack from Cyberpunk

Studied at music school for seven years and received a diploma. Now I think that if I went there not at the age of seven, but at the age of 15, when the musical taste was formed and understanding came, then I would play my favorite metal and rock performers, would get ten times more pleasure from studying and would like to to study on my own. nine0003

Now I sometimes play the piano, but very rarely. From time to time I take the cello out of the closet and also play it. Especially after the release of "Cyberpunk" - the theme of Johnny Silverhand was performed on the cello. I can hear well when a person is out of tune, if he sings, and it does not matter where.


Which acoustic guitar to choose for a beginner: 5 budget options Although my grandfather, without any art school, drew perfectly. nine0003

Katerina Shabalina
drew conclusions

In the fifth grade of our village school, there were no circles to choose from. And, oh miracle - this is sarcasm - we have a piano teacher! My mother forcibly took me there: the child must develop. My sister was more fortunate, she was small for the piano.

How I hated this instrument! I got deuces for unlearned homework, played truant, hid from the teacher. She did not like solfeggio, did not hear differences in sounds, if they were not quite contrasting, she wrote dictations somehow. She stood in the choir for extras, only opened her mouth. At the final exam, she didn’t want to speak after someone - she rested, and that’s it. She barely finished this torment, she still cringes. She then donated the piano to a kindergarten. nine0003

Bottom line: now I can’t even play the “Dog Waltz” on the piano, I “swim” in composers. But I remember a little musical notation, the arrangement of notes on a stave. I don’t rape my daughter: if you want to dance, go, if you want to draw, it’s easy, if you don’t want to dance anymore, it’s not a problem.

Test No. 2

Art school

Elizaveta Varlamova
fell out of love with drawing after studying

I went to the school of fine arts from the age of four or five. At first, the classes were in the Sunday format, then it was already a full-fledged workload from Monday to Friday. I came from a regular school, did my homework, and in the evening I went to the art school. I remember that at some point I got sick of studying there because of the teachers and some classmates. I even declared my desire to leave to my family, but my parents and grandmother adhere to the principle "if you start, finish it." As a result, I had to study for two more years. nine0003

I graduated from art school with C's or B's in all subjects: drawing, painting, composition and all sorts of electives like batik or modeling. Before that I loved to draw very much, after that I hated it. Even now, it shakes me if a child asks to draw something for the school in Fine Arts.

Test No. 3


constantly participated in Olympiads

I was not sent to mugs under duress. However, they didn’t allow me to calmly quit what I wanted to try, but in the end I didn’t like it. "Choose - go." And since I wanted to try literally everything - this character trait is with me now - over time, I overgrown with a cloud of circles and special stages that hung on me like a dead weight. nine0003

The only exception was dancing. They sent me to them at the age when I basically didn’t care where they dragged me and what I had to do there. It took me a few years when I grew up to persuade my mother not to send me there again. Mom gave up after the first victory in equestrian competitions.

A little off topic, but in reality, almost with scandals, I was forced to participate in all sorts of "Russian Bears", "Kangaroo" and "British Bulldogs". For the most part, I was just bored, but an Englishwoman once gave me a B for British Bulldog after announcing to the entire audience two hours ago that there would be no marks for it. After that, I told my mother that I would not participate in this circus and farce anymore. Mom shouted to me that I would, because "where are you going." nine0003


I entered MGIMO without admission and earned more than 500,000 R at the Olympiads

I still regret that I didn’t have the courage to insist on my own or at least not come to the next Bulldogs. But then my mother had an extremely effective lever of manipulation: they financially invest in me, although there is so little money. My conscience did not allow me to skip the Olympiad with paid participation. As a result, on that "Bulldog" I took either first or second place with a minimum number of mistakes, leaving far behind the English favorites, who got extra fives. nine0003

All this affected me in different ways: English, of course, came in handy, then I played table tennis with pleasure at the university, but I don’t pick up the guitar and generally hide that I know it. Well, yes, I had to learn to give up unnecessary things and not suffer in adulthood. And also to grow character.

Vasilii Kulev
knows how to behave in society

In elementary school, we had etiquette lessons at a private school: how to say hello, how to behave at the table and use appliances, everything. nine0003

I remember that I really disliked these lessons, but looking back, I can say that they were very useful. And to this day I am the only person in the family who knows how to tell a fork from a fork.

/ Pre-University /

“As a result, I passed the exam and entered the tower”: 3 stories about studying in pre-universals

Mental Serfer
chased for good estimates of

In the principle of the lyceum was incredibly heavy, null. lessons, basic - until 16:00, electives. I was glad if I got home at six in the evening. They forced me to participate in the school rating and earn good grades, since then I can’t stand school. It was the worst time of my life. And besides, since it was necessary to be the best in all subjects, she jumped on the surface of each in order to have time to do an incredible amount of homework. Consequence: I don’t know anything deeply, 11 years of study - and I don’t remember anything. nine0003

Test No. 4

Sports sections

System engineer
fell in love with sports

I was sent to the sports section, there was a time when they were forced to do more in the morning. I don’t even remember how much I loved playing sports. In the mornings - definitely not, I slacked off a lot. But somehow I got used to it. Now, as an adult, I definitely like this business: I do it myself, for money, I don’t even want to quit.

accustomed to physical activity since childhood

My mother worked all her life as a pianist in the rhythmic gymnastics section. Yes, they used to perform under the piano! She received a little and wildly complexed about this. It so happened that in her team, many coaches were married to football players, and in the nineties they made good money against the backdrop of general poverty. Therefore, an attitude formed in her head: "My son will become a football player, which means he will be rich and successful and will not need anything like me."

As a result, from the age of six, under the supervision of my mother, I went to the football section, attended all the matches of the local football team and watched the Football Club on NTV with the then thin Utkin. Not to say that it bothered me a lot, but it definitely wasn’t what I wanted to do myself, because from kindergarten I was raving about martial arts. By the age of 12, my mother's enthusiasm had died down, I still gave up football and did what I wanted to do. nine0003

I can't say that it was football that somehow came in handy in my life. Rather, the sport itself taught me self-discipline and physical activity, thanks to which I still keep fit. Now I know for sure that my children will choose what to do with them. The main thing is that it should be their conscious choice.


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Test No. 5

Martial arts

knows how to stand up for himself

During the divorce, my dad freaked out and decided that since everything is divided in half, he takes one armchair, half a closet-wall and one child - me. Of course, he quickly realized that having a child with his criminal lifestyle is generally a bad idea, and a girl is a complete failure.

I, like many girls, asked my dad to take me to dances, but dad said: “So if you are attacked, will you dance?” I have remembered this phrase for the rest of my life. It was the nineties, the question of standing up for oneself was acute. Dad gave me to his friend's boxing section. So by adolescence, I jumped to the candidate for the master of sports in boxing in lightweight. nine0003

I wept and suffered, of course, very decently. But from then to this day, I can physically stand up for myself even in attacks from men: no one expects that a girl of my complexion can drag me in like that.


6 universal sports sections where you should enroll your child

Since childhood, I have experienced situations of any severity through hard training. This discipline has helped me out very often.

Vitalik Nevesenko
does not like to think about martial arts

From the negative side, they took me to martial arts. Even the second junior received a universal fight. As a result, I grew up patient, I'm afraid of conflicts, because in front of my face the picture is like in childhood: I go to competitions → I lose → my parents yell at me because I lost. Of course, I can stand up for myself, but I feel the wildest stress, so I put off this moment until the last. I don't even know how to fix it.

A from positive - in English they took me to a tutor for 11 years. I know him quite well, he helps a lot in life. nine0003

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Children's songs on the synthesizer | blog DominantaMusic

September 23, 2020

With us you can easily play children's songs on the synthesizer - we recorded the notes in numbers, and based on our schemes, you will quickly learn the proposed songs.

Recently, the recording of melodies in numbers is gaining popularity. The keys of the instrument are numbered from left to right, and melodies are simply written in numbers, in accordance with the keys to be pressed. Such a notation is very well suited for use by beginners, children and those who want to get results faster. nine0003


  • How to play the synthesizer by the numbers
  • Children's songs on the synthesizer by numbers
    • In the grass Grasshopper sat
    • Melody from Gravity Falls
    • Happy Birthday To You
    • The Forest Raised a Christmas Tree
    • Song from the cartoon "Fixies" nine0043
    • Clouds, white-maned horses
    • Smile (from the cartoon Baby Raccoon)

How to play the synthesizer by numbers

We number the white keys with numbers from 1 to 7, starting with the note "Do", as shown in the figure, and the black keys with fractional numbers, because the notes of the black keys are semitones between the white keys. Let's write down the order of pressing the notes in turn, from left to right. nine0003

  • Let's number the white keys with numbers from 1 to 7, starting with the note "Do", as shown in the figure
  • Let's number the black ones with fractional numbers, because the notes of the black keys are semitones between the white keys.
  • We have marked each octave with a different color. A full-fledged piano has 88 keys, which are divided into 8 octaves.
  • The note you need to play will have a key number and a color corresponding to the desired octave where that key is located. nine0043
  • Notes to be played with the left hand are marked with an "L".

Below we have collected the most popular children's songs on the synthesizer for beginners. All of them are played in the range from the big to the second octave.

Children's songs on the synthesizer by numbers

If you want to quickly learn popular children's songs - just press those keys on the synthesizer that correspond to the numbers.

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