Take a Walk on the Wild Side of the Violin/Fiddle Worlds!
Learn the American Cornerstone styles of Jazz, Blues, Rock, Country, and all their many hybrids like… Bluegrass, Cajun/Zydeco, Gypsy, Folk, Latin, Celtic/Irish, Old-Time, R&B, Funk, Punk, Heavy Metal …even Rap, HipHop, and Reggae!… via 24/7 access to an ever expanding internet-based archive of lesson materials, developed by Geoffrey Fitzhugh Perry, creator of the Fiddle Jam Method and author of the Hal Leonard Corporation’s book & CD entitled “Fiddle Jam, a way-cool easy way to learn how to improvise!”
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Symphony Pro or New-Bee Jammer… Something for Every Player!
No matter whether you are a seasoned symphony pro looking to get “off the page,” or a 1st year near-beginner “New-Bee” Jammer who wants to experience the “Joy of the Jam,” the Fiddle Jam Institute can take you there, giving you the skills, experience, and know-how for a lifetime of opportunity and jamming FUN, in a way that the Classical-only music education simply cannot do!
The folks at the Alachua County Ext. Office made mention of Elephant Compost on page 4. At the annual plant sale, the compost sold out! Click below to access the newsletter in PDF format:
From the creators of the top DIY blog and #1 app, A Beautiful Mess, comes a brand new photo experience for your iPhone!
Party Party is more than your own personal photo booth. It can bring an experience to life with its easy-to-use stop motion feature—layering your photos atop one another to make a looping animation! No matter how you use it, this app is designed to make it simple to capture the fun of any moment.
STOP MOTION ANIMATION
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“Justice is sweet and musical; but
injustice is harsh and discordant.”
- Henry David Thoreau
“Butterflies are not insects,’ Captain John Sterling said soberly. ‘They are self-propelled flowers.”
― Robert A. Heinlein, The Cat Who Walks Through Walls
“Like a butterfly stuck in a chrysalis, waiting for the perfect moment, I was waiting for the day I could burst forth and fly away and find my home.”
― Emme Rollins, Dear Rockstar