please stop assuming all asian musicians are naturally talented prodigies!!! there is no such thing as ~~natural talent~~ and we all work our butts off to get good at what we do, so please learn to accept that!!!!
me as a beginning musician:
wow, that actually didn't sound as bad! I'm super proud of myself!
I've played this one phrase twenty times and something about the musicality still isn't right. I'm putting too much emphasis on the e flat and my marcatissimo sounds more like a staccato so I'm basically a failure
I’m a good artist. I know I am. Not that best, still learning and growing, but I’m at least comfortable admitting that all my hard work over the years has paid off. But that doesn’t stop me from doubting my talents and coming up with excuse after excuse for not applying for college (:
Favorite MFB Friendships: Yu Tendo & Tsubasa Otori
“Your name’s Yu, isn’t it?” “Huh? You know about me? That’s so cool!” “Yeah, yeah I do. You’re the little boy who won the Survival Battle, and got the WBBA to agree to hold the Battle Bladers tournament. Isn’t that right?” “What? Little boy?!” “Though I hear your beyskills are, well, pretty good.” “Pretty good?! Who are you calling pretty good?!”
I have to go to the store b/c my baby needs food, but I don’t want to wait for the bus in the sun, ( also b/c I’m feeling nervous about standing in public). And my dad says I need to start driving again, (car literally has spiderwebs), but also that I need the practice.
But like, I have bad driver’s anxiety (hence mostly taking the bus). But I don’t want to be in public, but I’m scared of driving, but, but, but….my baby needs food! I have to go!! *Cries*.