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Unformatted text preview: piano, that I found that she could sing, really sing. This petite young woman McQueen 3 sitting at the piano was belting out Turning Tables by Adele in the most unique, raspy, powerful voice. This time I stopped and said and said, “So you really can sing?” And she smiled and nodded as I sat and listened to her play her three favorite Adele songs. I sat down next to her and asked, “Where did you learn how to sing like that?” She replied, “definitely not from my family…they are all musically challenged.” That’s is where the story unveils. Lesli had been planning on minoring in music, but after a stressful semester of taking an ear training class, she realized that wasn’t her route, even though music was her passion. She didn’t want to ruin her love for music by stressing out about it everyday. “I never wanted to see a piano again,” she said after explaining how frustrating studying for her final exam was. She dipped into how different music was in high school. Lesli was part of her school show choir, Vivace, at Coppel...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course COMP 0000 taught by Professor Dirickson during the Spring '13 term at TCU.

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