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I do have a gripe about your statement about universities not screening their entrants. I went to Mac, but the criteria for Western and Toronto were the same. I played (RCM) two grade 8 pieces, a grade 9 piece, and a grade 10 piece and didn't get in my first year. The next year, where I did get in, it took playing two grade 10 pieces, a grade 9, and a grade 8. These are pro stage pieces, here - not just 'learning to play' pieces. If you have to be a pretty damned good player just to get in, with four years of intense study, you're bound to be a pretty damned good player coming out.
For the Love of God is in E minor, and the overwhelming majority of Western music is not modal in any way.
why bother learning modes then?
You can learn A LOT of things in five years without "learning scales". He probably knows more scales than he thinks and more theory than he thinks. I also think the fact that you say that if he hasn't learn scales in five years it will take him another five years to learn them. Where your rational reasoning for that? People develop at different rates and people discover interests at different times. He might take 10 years or he might take 1. It all depends on the amount of effort and practise he puts in now that he's discovered a path he might want to follow. If you had read what I quoted you would have realised I wasn't disputing why he hadn't learnt scales in five years but the fact that he shouldn't study music because it might take him another five.
Why are some Asians so damn weird?! lmao
One option is to have no inlays on the top of the fingerboard, but to have small lines where the frets would be on the side facing you as you play. That gives a clean look, but you can still see where to finger notes.
what do we get in return?
no. HCl cant. HCL(aq) can, in higher concentrations (typically 6M minimum). schools typically only stock 1M, and vault up anything above 4M.