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Adult takes on the violin

Adult takes on the violin

(4:43) Practice makes progress. From YT: "I'm a 24-year-old adult beginner from Norway, and I wanted to see if it was possible to learn to play the violin as an adult."

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Maxwell1956 Maxwell1956 (985 days ago)

Good girl...I posted it on our Facebook with the intentions of sharing the fact that with an interest, practice and persistence anyone can learn almost anything. How bad do you want it?

Mr. Blair M. Phillips

Canada

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Good girl...I posted it on our Facebook with the intentions of sharing the fact that with an interest, practice and persistence anyone can learn almost anything. How bad do you want it?

Mr. Blair M. Phillips

Canada

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (985 days ago)

Or you can spend that 2 years going to school and getting an associate degree in nursing (or something similar). An RN (4 year degree) earns on average $69,000 and what does the average violin player make? Hmmm.... $143,260 The world pays more for music than nurses! God job! Glad we have our priorities straight.

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Or you can spend that 2 years going to school and getting an associate degree in nursing (or something similar). An RN (4 year degree) earns on average $69,000 and what does the average violin player make? Hmmm.... $143,260 The world pays more for music than nurses! God job! Glad we have our priorities straight.

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Guest: Bemum (985 days ago)

If we all followed your priorities, we'd all be nurses, I suppose. I doubt she is going to start in the top teir of orchestras (inferred from your number). If she had a chance to make it as a pro, she would earn somewhere between $28,000 and $115,000, Regardless of the monetary considerations, you need to take a look at this video --> LINK

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If we all followed your priorities, we'd all be nurses, I suppose. I doubt she is going to start in the top teir of orchestras (inferred from your number). If she had a chance to make it as a pro, she would earn somewhere between $28,000 and $115,000, Regardless of the monetary considerations, you need to take a look at this video --> LINK

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COncernedCitizen COncernedCitizen (985 days ago)

I don't believe you understand me. My priorities would be to make the most money I can. If that requires me to be a musician instead of a nurse, then so be it. If I could qualify to be a CEO, I would take that job because I like their average salary even better.

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I don't believe you understand me. My priorities would be to make the most money I can. If that requires me to be a musician instead of a nurse, then so be it. If I could qualify to be a CEO, I would take that job because I like their average salary even better.

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Guest: Dr (984 days ago)

Unlike you , intelligent people can learn multiple disciplines at the same time , like training to be a Doctor and wiping thier arse , and so forth.

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Unlike you , intelligent people can learn multiple disciplines at the same time , like training to be a Doctor and wiping thier arse , and so forth.

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Guest: Bemum (985 days ago)

In that case, you need to watch this (http://www.ted.com/talks /robert_waldinger_what_ma kes_a_good_life_lessons_f rom_the_longest_study_on_ happiness#t-302279) video.

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In that case, you need to watch this (http://www.ted.com/talks /robert_waldinger_what_ma kes_a_good_life_lessons_f rom_the_longest_study_on_ happiness#t-302279) video.

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Guest: Bemum (985 days ago)

Let's try that again --> LINK

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Let's try that again --> LINK

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Guest: (983 days ago)
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You are a sad case.

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You are a sad case.

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Guest: hmmmm (985 days ago)

Realy inspiring !

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Realy inspiring !

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Guest: (985 days ago)

Very cute.

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Very cute.

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