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playing another instument    18:32 on Wednesday, March 07, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

bobo
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i was thinking of learning how to play flute and i am ok at getting the sound out of the insturment but i told my teacher if i get good at it by next year im going to switch and she told me that i was already great at clarinet but i think with the flute i can learn faster because it only took me from 7 grade to 9th grade to make all region but i didnt try out for it in 8th grade so what do u guys or girls think i should do

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Re: playing another instument    19:51 on Wednesday, March 07, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

ClarinetGuy
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If you want to learn flute, go ahead and do it. It shoudln't be too difficult; I picked up my sisters flute a couple months ago and now I'm not too shabby at it. I wouldn't say I'm great, but not bad. The fingerings are similar, so that should help a lot in learning. Have fun!

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Re: playing another instument    22:22 on Saturday, March 17, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

tenorsaxman
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Playing other istruments are fun(saxes,flutes,clarinets,and oboe for me), but you should try to stay on top of them daily. For example: I can easily go between saxes, clarinets, and oboe, but flute and picc.(for me) require more practicing on than the other horns in order to stay in shape practice-wise. But good luck if you decide to start playing the flute!

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Re: playing another instument    22:22 on Saturday, March 17, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

tenorsaxman
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Playing other istruments are fun(saxes,flutes,clarinets,and oboe for me), but you should try to stay on top of them daily. For example: I can easily go between saxes, clarinets, and oboe, but flute and picc.(for me) require more practicing on than the other horns in order to stay in shape practice-wise. But good luck if you decide to start playing the flute!

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Re: playing another instument    22:23 on Saturday, March 17, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

tenorsaxman
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Playing other istruments are fun(saxes,flutes,clarinets,and oboe for me), but you should try to stay on top of them daily. For example: I can easily go between saxes, clarinets, and oboe, but flute and picc.(for me) require more practicing on than the other horns in order to stay in shape practice-wise. But good luck if you decide to start playing the flute!

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Sorry for the triple post.

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Re: playing another instument    23:16 on Saturday, March 17, 2007 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

laeta_puella
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my flute repertoire consists of mary had a little lamb and ode to joy! ::is proud::
every time i can get my hands on my friend's flute i figure out another song. as you can see, i don't get it very often, but she's not in my band so it makes sense.

anyway, to be useful:
switching instruments is fun. however, make sure you figure out all your goals and priorities, for both isntruments.

   

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