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4/22/13 4:19 A

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Sorry for the delayed welcome! Have you decided yet which of the topics you mentioned that you want to pursue?

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2/25/13 1:29 P

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Welcome to the team. Best wishes on your dissertation. It can be challenging at times, but I still think it is worth it!

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2/24/13 11:33 P

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Hi! I'm a DMA student and I'm in my last semester of coursework. That means that I should probably figure out exactly what I'm going to do as my dissertation topic rather than allowing fleeting notions to suffice. I have two unrelated large scale ideas between which I need to decide. My first idea is to describe the benefits of practicing yoga as it relates to trumpet performance (since I have been doing yoga for about a year now and can see differences in the technical postural and breathing aspects as well as in general with regard to being quiet minded). My second idea relates to string theory (not the string theory in regards to quantum physics. This string theory relates to acoustics and was developed by Benade in the 60s but never really expounded upon). Though I am not currently in the writing process of my dissertation, it is something that is definitely on my mind so I figured this would be a good group to join.

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