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RE: Happy for Haley - Haleylvr4evr - 03-25-2014 10:20 PM

I may have turned someone into a Halien! One of my facebook friends asked for song sugestions for running and exercisng so I gave her Hit The Ground Runnin and told her to check out the album. Hopefully she will follow through and get introduced to Haley!

RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 03-25-2014 10:26 PM

Nice job, she'll thank you Wink

RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-26-2014 06:45 AM

Quote:Funwaini ‏@Funeigh 3h

on that Ntozake Shange vibe RT @Esquire_AYuda "And I don't want you back, I just want what you took from me..."

Quote:[Amina] ‏@Esquire_AYuda 3h

@Funeigh Eish bruh. As well as Haley Reinhart, she has a song with that line in it

Quote:Funwaini ‏@Funeigh 2h

@esquire_ayuda I dont know her . Its a lovely line .

Quote:[Amina] ‏@Esquire_AYuda 2h

@Funeigh I also didn't until a week ago

RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-26-2014 01:42 PM

Comment on Free:

Quote:BigErn19811 month ago

Wonderful voice, gave me chills. Wish this kind of song was on the radio; might actually listen if this was the traditional fare. I don't watch AI or really much on TV so I'm glad I stumbled on to this beautiful sound.

RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-30-2014 10:38 PM

Happy for Haley. And Casey.

Quote:Proposition Jo(hn) @jigosthoughts · 1h ago

The stand up bass is so fuckin cool man

^ retweeted by @Kaiser_Schmidt

Quote:Proposition Jo(hn) ‏@jigosthoughts

Casey Abrams and Haley Reinhart "Hit the Road Jac…: http://youtu.be/21cVsylLKtg @Kaiser_Schmidt actually this one

Quote:P.S. ‏@Kaiser_Schmidt 18m

@jigosthoughts people playing fretless instruments always blows my mind. girls got a killer voice tho for sure.

Quote:Proposition Jo(hn) ‏@jigosthoughts 15m

@Kaiser_Schmidt makes zero sense to me haha id love to marry her voice. Or be that bassist in general

Quote:P.S. ‏@Kaiser_Schmidt 10m

@jigosthoughts all done by aural training. Just a whole different breed of musicians.

Aural Training:

Quote:Aural training is training to give the ability to recognize and understand the music one hears. This can take the form of transcribing music into notation by ear or by hearing musical functions. Aural Training could also be used to identify formal structures on both large and small scales. One's ability in aural training varies greatly from person to person. For some it comes rather naturally and for others it is much more difficult, regardless of whether or not they are a musician. For those with perfect (absolute) pitch, some aspects of aural training are certainly made easier, but not all.

Transcription: By focusing one aspect of the music at a time (i.e. rhythm, melody, bass line, etc.) one can, with proper training, transcibe the music they hear, into musical notation. This is a very common practice amongst jazz musicians as they transcribe solos recorded by other jazz musicians so as to develop their own improvisational abilities.

General Aspects: In tonal music, different chords have different functions. It is possible to hear these different functions so as to have a better idea of what is happening in the music. Beyond function, even hearing the quality of the chord can be important and be used by musicians. These more general aspects tend to be used by more musicians (classical, jazz, etc.) than transcription.

Formal Structures: On a large scale one can train themseleves to hear the different formal sections of a piece in any music. This could be through hearing the difference between verse and chorus in a popular song or hearing the the difference between the Exposition, Development and subsequent Recapitulation in classical sonata form. On a smaller scale, one could hear the differences between the Main Theme, Transition, and Subordinate Theme or even the structures in a single phrase (i.e. basic idea, contrasting idea, continuation, etc.)

Absolute Pitch: The ability to remember the particular quality of pitch classes well enough to so as to recognise them on hearing. It is not a rare ability among musicians.

RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 03-31-2014 09:01 AM

Quote:Mathew Tkacik ‏@matyice11 47m

@HaleyReinhart just listened to "I who have nothing". I usually don't like anything but smokey joe's cast but I approve! #gainedafan

RE: Happy for Haley - john - 03-31-2014 02:18 PM

Quote:Lydia S ‏@LydiaSHere 1h
Anyone heard the song Undone by @HaleyReinhart ? Because damn that song is gooooood!

RE: Happy for Haley - Tusk - 04-02-2014 11:05 AM

Today is the anniversary of when I officially got on this crazy Haley Train, in earnest. 2 years ago, today I experienced Haley, live, for the first time, and met a talented, unknown, keyboardist, by the name of Keith Phelps...

Little did I know the adventures that'd lie ahead Cool


Quote:Tusk ‏@HaleysTusk 2m
2 years ago today was the 1st time I met @HaleyReinhart & @KEiTHPHELPS in person @1031KCDA in Spokane #RestIsHistory

RE: Happy for Haley - buzzenator - 04-03-2014 08:17 AM

^ Remember it well Tusk...and the intimate videos, up close and personal, were starting to post on a regular basis. Heart It has been an exciting stage for Haliens.

RE: Happy for Haley - Miguel - 04-08-2014 08:09 PM

Quote: PJ ‏@PJHaleyR 17m

love it when new people discover @HaleyReinhart Smile pic.twitter.com/MiKoHptDbF

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