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    Hi, I want to tell you about myself,

    I'm Martin Booth, 25 years old and live in England for year :P

    I play bassoon for 3 yrs and 9 month which I enjoy very much.
    I'm profoundly deaf . I like classical music and musical instrument.

    Also I love the instrument sound is Horn, It's most beautiful tone and sound at all I hope you not get jealous :unsure: . I play bassoon with my bassoonist teacher for near 4 yrs. I'm atheist and I love to learn play is Kontrabassoon .

    But sadly I cant afford to buy Kontrabassoon is cost about £13,000 :huh: :blink: .

    My Bassoon is Lark of China and it so old about 5 to 10 year old about that.
    it has a brown body of colour I love brown colour too. Let me think what I want say more :mellow:.

    Yep! that it.

    Martin
    Fagottist Studiere
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    Hi Martin!

    I'm glad you found us! I love the basoon! It's next on my woodwind list after oboe !

    Did you say you were deaf? If you don't mind me asking, how are you learning to play? Just curious!
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    Fag&#33;...j/k.

    Hi and welcome to the forum.
    IF I hit a wrong key its becaus i kind of like it that way.

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    Yes, very gald to see a new non-string playing forum dweller.

    Originally posted by Harvey@Sep 28 2004, 10:34 PM
    Fag&#33;...j/k.
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    Hmmm. Yes, I was wondering about that as well. What is a "Fagottist Studiere," may I ask?
    It is our imperfections that make us who we are.

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    I think he meant Bassoon student. A bassoon is a fag. as in a fagotti.

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    Originally posted by DW@Sep 29 2004, 01:01 AM
    I think he meant Bassoon student. A bassoon is a fag. as in a fagotti.
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    Ah, ok.
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    Nice to meet you Martin&#33; I think the bassoon is pretty cool, but there doesn&#39;t seem to be much solo music out there for it. I really enjoy Vivaldi&#39;s Concerto for Bassoon in F major, but of course, I&#39;m crazy about Vivaldi&#33; :P
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    Welcome, Martin,

    Was a really nice surprise to see you here&#33;&#33;&#33; Enjoy our discussions and post lots&#33;

    Daniel

    (Fagott=bassoon also in German)

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    Welcome, Martin&#33; &#33;&#33; So you are deaf, but you still play the bassoon well? That is wonderful. The bassoon is one of my favorite instruments, as is the French horn. Beautiful tone&#33;

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    Thank you all for make me welcome on Classical Forum&#33;

    Harvey: Thank you

    Nox : Good question, I use the hearing aid machine to hear the sound

    Baroque : Yes I love my instrument too and I have a Tenor Trombone(Bb/F), Oboe and French Horn (Bb/F).

    Cheers&#33;

    Martin


    Originally posted by baroque flute@Sep 29 2004, 11:47 PM
    Welcome, Martin&#33; &#33;&#33; So you are deaf, but you still play the bassoon well? That is wonderful. The bassoon is one of my favorite instruments, as is the French horn. Beautiful tone&#33;
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    WELCOME&#33;&#33;&#33;

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    Thank you, DW,

    Of course I like Musical instrument and classical very much, Fagottist Studiere mean Bassoonist Student, You&#39;re near right the word

    What about you all if you don&#39;t mind if you cant accept fine I understand.

    Take care&#33;

    Martin
    Bassoonist Student B)

    Originally posted by DW@Oct 1 2004, 05:00 AM
    WELCOME&#33;&#33;&#33;
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    We all love classical music of course...you can look through this "Members Chat" section, here are our all intros.

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    Hey Martin...post lots&#33;
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