In this edition of the VMI blog, the VMI majors (VMI, VMI1, etc.) are interviewed. We talk about the importance of the college experience, the importance of VMI, how to be a VMI major, and how to get your VMI at a great college.
“vmi majors” is a term coined by the VMI blog to describe VMI students who want to major in something they are passionate about. The term is an umbrella term for any VMI student who wants to major in something they are passionate about. For example, if you are passionate about writing, or have a passion for music, then an important thing to realize is that you can major in an area that interests you.
Although some people might say that VMI majors are only interested in an area of interest, others might argue that VMI majors are not particularly interested in something they simply are passionate about. Either way, the point is that if you want to major in something that is truly something you are passionate about, then you have to find something you love and learn something that you love about it.
That’s why I’m so excited when I discover that VMI majors are also interested in music that they are not passionate about. That’s because VMI majors are constantly reinventing themselves, learning new songs, and changing the course of their lives in ways that will forever be unforgettable. This video is a great example of all the things a VMI major may be able to do. It’s like a master class in how to be a musician.
I think this is another great video for VMI majors. Its because it’s really about learning something new and reinventing oneself to be a better version of yourself. Think about it like the video above. A lot of video games have this same concept. You know the kind of things that make you think, “I want to do that”. Something that excites you.
VMI majors are also the people who have learned the most about music theory, theory of art, and other musical skills through their careers. In this video, we see one of these people as she is being introduced to music theory. She explains that she’s a VMI major because her mother was a professor at one of the most famous music schools in the world, so she wanted to take her mother’s advice.
You can see that the music her mother played in her classroom was something like Bach’s St Matthew Passion, and other pieces of classical music that she was not familiar with. The music that she was making with her mother in her room was something like Bach’s German Christmas Oratorio.
She also had a piano teacher that she worked with, and she says that it was a very different experience learning to play the piano. Apparently if you play the keyboard, you can play music that is not a “classical” piece of music. Also her mother was a music professor, and she says that she is the only music professor that she knows, so I have to wonder if she is actually one of the first VMI majors.
It would be interesting to know what her background is, and if she is indeed just the first VMI major. We never see her before her mother gets her out of the room, so she might be the one who is teaching her how to play the piano. I also wonder what her mother does with her now that she is not a music professor anymore.
She does seem to be the only music professor, but the last time we saw her she was playing the piano. And she is not a VMI major. Her mother is, but she is not a VMI major either.