I have a few links for Bunny. The first is an alternative
piano keyboard layout (link via Microclesia) that to me, would
seem to make piano playing easier, as each scale is played in an identical
manner, instead of having to learn a dozen different fingerings.
The second one is this unique
musical visualization of jazz music (link also via Microclesia). I personally
have a hard time “hearing” music when looking at its printed
representation, so I find these visualizations helping in “seeing”
It's actually quite amusing—I saved a link to the laptop orchestra that my
dad sent me over four years ago (yes, I have quite the backlog) that now, I
just don't find all that interesting (and I don't think Bunny would find
interesting either) but the following posts from that blog I found extremely
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