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By  ManInTheMachine  |  34

Jesus Christ OP, how could you be so inconsiderate as to start playing a song you've practiced for hours to get right without even complimenting the teacher on the furniture. Talk about being rude. But in all seriousness, next time try and figure out if anything has changed to avoid them interrupting you in the future. Or just play a quick game of 20 Questions with them.

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By  hig999  |  31

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By  stacieharms  |  21

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  SolarFlare  |  21

That job is underrated. They have to deal people who dont practice, people who aren't musical and even people who only come to talk (lessons with two people at the same time). My piano teacher told me that these things make it really hard to learn a person to play piano. His reason to retire.

By  mike3775  |  44

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By  ManInTheMachine  |  34

Jesus Christ OP, how could you be so inconsiderate as to start playing a song you've practiced for hours to get right without even complimenting the teacher on the furniture. Talk about being rude. But in all seriousness, next time try and figure out if anything has changed to avoid them interrupting you in the future. Or just play a quick game of 20 Questions with them.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  34

If the OP has been going to this teacher for a while than it's reasonable that they should know what the place looks like. If they know what the place looks like they should be able to notice if it has changed. If the changes are very noticeable and an obvious effort was put into making the room look nice, it's actually pretty rude for the OP not to say something. "You rearranged." "I like the changes you've made" "That's an interesting spot for that chair". Anything really to acknowledge the effort obviously put in to impress or make people like the OP more comfortable. I am not saying that it was right for the teacher to interrupt the OP to ask if they had noticed the changes. That was wrong as hell and the teacher is an asshat for doing it. He/she should have waited till the OP was done and had given his/her feedback on the OP's playing, that is what she's paid for after all, and then asked. All I'm saying is that the OP was a bit rude as well.

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  Gothicbunnyx3  |  24

If someone stopped me midway through a piece to have small talk I'd be pissed. If it was just something to correct me on then sure, stop me midway. But it was very rude and not teacher like to stop OP like that.

By  bellydancer82  |  26

Your teacher sounds like a pain in the ass. As a violin teacher, I would never interrupt a students playing like that unless it was for constructive criticism. Otherwise, it's just rude.

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