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  • Wind Instrument

    26 27.66%
  • Keyboard Instrument

    51 54.26%
  • String Instrument

    38 40.43%
  • Precussion Instrument

    10 10.64%
  • Brass Instrument

    10 10.64%
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Thread: What Kind of Instrument Do You Play?

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    Smile What Kind of Instrument Do You Play?

    Following is a partial list of instrument played by many, What kind of instrument do you play?

    Flute
    clarinet
    Saxophones
    Bassoon
    oboe
    French horn
    Trumpet
    Acoustic guitar
    Piano
    Viola
    Violin

    If any left out do mention it....

    Cheers!!!

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    Piano and oboe.
    Si vos agnosco is tunc vos es quoque erudio

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    Banjo & kazoo.
    "Music is a social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is."
    - Malcolm Arnold.

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    Surprise-surprise, the Double bass!

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    Piano, bass guitar, electric guitar, violin, blues harp. I also played classical guitar and attempted to play flute.

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    African drums (conga, djembe, misc percussion).

    ...it's ok, I'll see myself out...good day to all..

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    Viola, as though that weren't already made blatantly obvious by my username...
    You get a frog in your throat, you sound hoarse.

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    It's not as obvious as one might think..
    Si vos agnosco is tunc vos es quoque erudio

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    ..or hope..
    Si vos agnosco is tunc vos es quoque erudio

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    Piano and Violin

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    The Pipe organ (for nearly 50 years)

    Oh, I also play the radio
    Last edited by Krummhorn; May-31-2009 at 23:25.

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    Main instrument: piano

    New instrument, beginner level: violin

    Other instruments: recorder, ney, arabic, greek and turkish percussion (tubeleki, bedir, defi, stamna, etc...)

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    Well I was brought up surrounded by keyboard music and I'm best described as a struggling keyboardist. I have had a string of electronic keyboards all my life and now own a Yamaha home keyboard,bought year ago for its piano sound. I will never own a real piano unless we win the lottery so an electronic is the next best this for me. Sadly I get no time to play it these days but it'll still be there for me once the kids have grown up. I would love piano lessons but could never afford it. I can play almost any tune from memory(can't read music or tab) but Can't get the left hand to do its own thing.
    And all those moments are soon lost,like tears in the rain•••

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    Piano and studied a little of clarinet, I tired of hurting my mouth after some months, and classic guitar, but its basic reperetoire is to thin and I abbandoned it after some tine

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    I play the guitar and the violin. Been teaching myself to play the piano as well.
    "When I open my eyes I must sigh, for what I see is contrary to my religion, and I must despise the world which does not know that music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy." - Ludwig van Beethoven

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