naming your bassoon
 

naming your bassoon

    
naming your bassoon    17:53 on Wednesday, July 18, 2007          

blueeyedbassoon
(264 points)
Posted by blueeyedbassoon

I've read in the sax forum that naming your saxophone is common, but have any of you named your bassoon? I'd like to hear the names you've thought of.


Re: naming your bassoon    19:15 on Wednesday, July 18, 2007          

Triforce
(407 points)
Posted by Triforce

okay well, naming you sax isnt common, we're just strange, and i'd name it 'amber' or 'bubbles'...
maybe 'twinkle toes' or 'dunce'
they just seem like bassoonie names


Re: naming your bassoon    19:20 on Wednesday, July 18, 2007          

saxophone_sweeti
e

Triforce is right about us being strange. We've been responding to a post called "The Great Cereal Debate" to talk about the Trix rabbit and such. Read it!! It's quite interesting...


Re: naming your bassoon    21:11 on Wednesday, July 18, 2007          

Account Closed
(904 points)
Posted by Account Closed

We did give a name to my bassoon at one of our concerts for my solo, I think it was "bassa-ma-oboe" or something...


Re: naming your bassoon    07:10 on Thursday, July 19, 2007          

Triforce
(407 points)
Posted by Triforce

why are the saxes everywhere but the sax forums?
oh god, what have i started?


Re: naming your bassoon    17:17 on Thursday, July 19, 2007          

the_rockstar_bas
soonist

I named my Fox 240.
His name is Woody.


Re: naming your bassoon    20:16 on Thursday, July 19, 2007          

saxophone_sweeti
e

Triforce: We do it all the time!! You'll see tenorsax13 in the oboe forum a few times (I posted something there, actually). I go to other forums because sometimes our threads aren't busy and no one's on. Besides, it's fun!!


Re: naming your bassoon    21:03 on Thursday, July 19, 2007          

the_rockstar_bas
soonist

there's also the fact that Saxophones are common victims of the stereotypical assumption that "I play Sax, but I switched to Bassoon" I am a music performance- bassoon major, and in High School, I actually tried to learn tenor sax. lol the tables have TURNED!
I started on clarinet, but switched to bassoon to impress the admissions office at a Charter school on the campus of the college I go to. I never got admitted to that high school, but I loved bassoon so much by that time that I kept playing for the pleasure. It has now turned into my passion, and that is why Woody has a name!


Re: naming your bassoon    05:10 on Friday, July 20, 2007          

Triforce
(407 points)
Posted by Triforce

thats pretty cool.


Re: naming your bassoon    10:21 on Friday, July 20, 2007          

blueeyedbassoon
(264 points)
Posted by blueeyedbassoon

to the rockstar bassoonist: woody, that's a nice name.


Re: naming your bassoon    19:52 on Friday, July 20, 2007          

the_rockstar_bas
soonist

thanks!
My ex thought I was perverted for naming it Woody, but I meant it in a non-sexual way. Like Woody from Toy Story. not slang for a guy's..... well.... you get the idea. lol


Re: naming your bassoon    11:05 on Tuesday, July 24, 2007          

bareego
(61 points)
Posted by bareego

Mine is calles "Bessy Booms"

don't know why, just knew when I picked her up.

Go figure
JAmes


Re: naming your bassoon    12:09 on Tuesday, July 24, 2007          

tenorsax13
(534 points)
Posted by tenorsax13

If i was a bassoon id be called Trevor or something....


Re: naming your bassoon    17:26 on Tuesday, July 24, 2007          

blueeyedbassoon
(264 points)
Posted by blueeyedbassoon

Rockstar bassoonist: Woody's a nice name unless ur bassoon is plastic. haha


Re: naming your bassoon    18:43 on Wednesday, July 25, 2007          

the_rockstar_bas
soonist

I played on a plastic for 5 and 1/2 years. It's called a school horn. lol
My parents bought me Woody for Christmas my senior year in high school. I cried so hard... *I love my Woody!*


   





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