Restrain yourself, fiddler! You're too insistent. Have you forgotten how her sister Katherine thanked you for your lessons?
Quarrelsome teacher! This lady is the queen of harmony. Therefore allow me to claim her attention first, and after we have spent an hour on music, you can have equal time for your lecture.
Ridiculous! You're not even educated enough to know why music was created. Wasn't it to refresh the mind of the man after his studies and daily toil? Therefore allow me to read philosophy with her, and then, when I am finished, indulge her your harmony.
Sir, you go too far! I will not stand for it!
Gentlemen, it seems to me you're both out of line. I am not schoolboy, and I won't be dictated to with hours and schedules. I'll have my lessons in the order and manner I prefer. So to cut short this argument, let's figure this out.
You take your instrument and play awhile. He'll be finished with his lecture before you've even tuned it.