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Can any of you play a wind instrument?


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Play flute, clarinet and pretty much any reed instrument aside from an oboe... Those things are tough to puff :)

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 Mortalo, on 11 Feb 2015 - 11:36 AM, said:

Ok, because of poor results and overall lack of skill @NoonyDeloony gets downgraded to Advanced. She would be forever remembered as shameful person... and then she'll make another charming video and we'll forget about that.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NoonyDeloony/videos

Twitching bass unskillfully, here: https://www.twitch.tv/noonydeloony

 

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I played trumpet for 3-4 years. Did some concerts in a orchestra etc. Eventually I stopped because my lips started to get sore and I got more into martial arts.

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I took Woodwind Methods and Brass Methods in college, so I learned to play a fair handful of wind instruments. I've played flute, bass clarinet, and trombone in various bands over the years, but I have a basic knowledge of trumpet/cornet, French horn, baritone/euphonium, and the sax family. One of the reasons I don't play more French horn is I don't have one and I can't justify the cost of getting one at this juncture. But French horn is my second favorite brass instrument, next to trombone (though, I haven't tried tuba yet). I'm partial to bass instruments, as you can tell, with the exception of the flute.

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