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Posted 3/15/14

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That's cool. And euphoniums are the best because of the sound it produces in my opinion. :)


Absolutely they're the best. I started off music with 1 year of cello, switched to trombone, didn't like it, and in 5th grade I started euphonium. I played it as my primary instrument all the way through high school, even bought my own (fairly nice) one that I love, but I never had the time to play it in college.

I did get to do four years of all-state bands though, it was always my best instrument. But I got to play in the jazz band with bass trombone, and it was so much fun. Especially because every once in a while we had a song where our director just told me "play this part as loud as you possibly can, while still making music." I loved that.



In Marching band the trombone is awkward to march with but its fun. And that is what my directors says too in jazz band. But in concert band the trombones have to play pianissimo which I'm like "No." lol. But when it says fortissimo, its fortissimo alright! Play loud but make sure not to blast. Sometimes I end up playing too loud
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Posted 3/15/14 , edited 3/15/14

Crazy_Monster wrote:



In Marching band the trombone is awkward to march with but its fun. And that is what my directors says too in jazz band. But in concert band the trombones have to play pianissimo which I'm like "No." lol. But when it says fortissimo, its fortissimo alright! Play loud but make sure not to blast. Sometimes I end up playing too loud


Haha loud is better then quiet, every brass player knows that. I played marching baritone all through high school and college, so I didn't have to worry about hitting people with a trombone, but my high school director never cared much about marching band, so when I got to college and made the marching band there, I was like holy cow this is hard!

My high school bandmates/ director always used to joke that when they went around and had everyone play a tuning note, I was about twice as loud as anyone else. I couldn't help it!
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string bass and cello
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Violin, piano, and a little guitar~

Guitar is a hobby and I only dabble, but I played Violin and piano all throughout primary school and high school~
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Piano
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I play a little bit of guitar, but I'm essentially the opposite of musically talented.
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Flute and piano but even though my grade for piano is higher, I'm much better at flute :/. I'd really like to learn guitar and/or violin but I've discovered via a ukulele assessment at school that my fingers don't like that idea very much.
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I play anything I can get a hold of Main instruments are guitar, bass and vocals though. I usually sit in at jams and improv-sessions, of all kinds. I've played music as long as I can remember, and I'm very open for collaborations! So PM me if you're keen on writing a song or two
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VIOLIN

GUITAR/BASS

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guitar and piano
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Currently learning to play guitar, if that counts.
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