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This revelation about music students today will make you feel old AF.

This revelation about music students today will make you feel old AF.

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It feels redundant to type the words "language is evolving" on a keyboard full of symbols that didn't exist hundreds of years ago. Even so, the point still stands. Anyone who spends a modicum amount of time on the internet will find themselves collecting new turns of phrase, slang words and symbolism (hellooo emojis) that are quickly integrated into every day language. And yet, there are moments when the rapid speed of progress hits us in the face like a pile of inexplicable bricks. Why are those bricks flying around our face anyways?!

This feeling was perfectly exemplified when a woman tweeted about her sister's music students and the ways they read sheet music in 2017.

"My sister teaches cello. She reports that her new students call sharps "hashtags." Concerto in F hashtag," wrote Twitter user Marian Call.

Honestly, Concerto in F hashtag sounds like it'd slide onto a dance playlist nicely.

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