Re: Any other multiple instumentalists? 04:53 on Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Oh, and trying to learn Piano...very slow. How do you get used to reading the whole parts. I find it easier to play without the music... very much a beginner and piano owner...no way a player at this early stage.
Re: Any other multiple instumentalists? 22:24 on Thursday, September 30, 2004
Bb Clarinet(primarily), bass clarinet contralto &contra bass clarinet, flute, piano, keyboard(yes i consider this different than piano), drums, alto&tenor sax, bassoon, guitar and learning bass and trumpet
Re: Any other multiple instumentalists? 11:05 on Tuesday, October 05, 2004
I`ve been playing piano for a while now but it isn`t my primary intstrument. I am a trumpet player that can play a pretty good baritone and french horn, and with trombone i`m not as good as i am like the rest.
Re: Any other multiple instumentalists? 21:18 on Friday, October 15, 2004
im 14 in grade 9 and i play tenor saxophone (taught myself :D) lol alto sax, soprano sax and baritone sax i also play the snare drum and the bagpipes lol i also play th trumpet ive been playing for like 3 weeks and i can get up to high d and sumtimes high f (its hard though)lol i also can play the bass clarinet i was trying to learn the flute but didnt work any tips lol but yea im hopeing to be able to play every instrument at y school by the end of grade 12 :D
Re: Any other multiple instumentalists? 22:34 on Friday, October 15, 2004
helloz! I play the violin, viola, cello, bass, french horn, flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trombone, piano, organ, and a tiny bit on the drum set. My principle instrument is the violin; I`m not great at the rest. But I`m only 16...I have many years to improve. Oh, and by the way, you guys are crazy! Playing that many instruments by like age 13! I lack some serious talent.