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  1. #1
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    What instrument can you play?

    I can play the Piano...Piano...Piano....I can play the Piano....Pian..Pian...'O'.

    So...

    I am the music man...I come from down your way....what can you play....!


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    I play drums, and pretend that I can play bass.
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    I can play the drums and my aunties boyfreind has the drums that Aerosmith played in waynes world.
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    I do not play anything. However growing up I had always been fascinated with saxophones. Unfortunately the opportunity to play one never surfaced.
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    Piano and Clarinet.

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    I played the clarinet in Elementary school for 2 years... probably would have continued, but the 3rd year my original teacher left and the new guy was a complete ass, it ended up where just about everyone quit because he was so mean.

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    trumpet and saxophone

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    Trumpet, but I think I would like to try the sax sometime.
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  10. I can play keyboard ( computer keyboard )
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    trumpet

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    I play the accordion...I am the polka man!

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    Trumpet, piano, guitar.

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    I wonder if Quake's railgun qualifies as an instrument.

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    I used to be able to play the piano as a kid.
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    hmmm vocals. learnt a little piano years ago and forgot it. also learnt some guitar and forgot it. vocals improving from yrs of abuse so i think im gonna pick up a bass guitar and try that. anyone wanting to join me will only need to know 'the chain' by fleetwood mac as thats all im bothered in playing (old Formula 1 fans will know why )
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    Arrow Hey

    guitars, bass, drums, keys, trombone, latin percussion, I sing (sort of!). I love music!

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    I have been playing the piano since I was about 6 years old (I'm now 18). Mainly classical.

    I still play it every now and then when I get time, but I don't play it as often as I like to.

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    Clarinet when I was in Junio High ---

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    Some basic piano, nothing too fancy
    Harmonica
    Trumpet
    Bass Guitar
    Guitar

    Those are in order form least experience to most, I currently only have time for guitar, but enjoy all musical instruments. THe next instrument I want to learn is Alto. Sax

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    Alto Sax
    Piano
    Xylaphone - or however you spell it
    & I'm learning the trumpet

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    *sniffs*

    I'm just a Baritone & Tuba kinda guy
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    I play hrmm.. . well nothing...
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    Am I the only folk musician here?

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    Cool Guitar!

    I started in Elementry School playing trumpet. Still got it!
    Then in 6th grade, I busted up my lip playing football in the backyard, so I switched to baritone.

    Then in 9th grade, I picked up the guitar. Chicks digged it.

    Since then, I've played rhythm guitar, bass guitar, accoustic guitar.

    Being now in my late thirty's and with a wonderful son, he's starting 4th grade this fall... He's going to play sax. Mostly because I want to play sax... The one instrument I never got to play, but always wanted to.

    Oh, and a little piano, and of course, I can always fill in for a drummer...

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    Drums and Alto Sax
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    Guitar, Bass, I sing a little, and I like to think I can play drums...
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    Guitar (acoustic, electric/rhythm and some bass), piano, trumpet, sax, some drums, clarinet, french horn.

    Guitar for 12 years
    Piano for 14 years
    Trumpet for 11 years
    Sax, clarinet, french horn for 8 years
    Drums - on and off (mostly off - lol)

    And Voice - my main instrument -- ever since I could remember... Professionally trained -- 8 years.

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    I think we should all get together and form the WHT Band (or orchestra )

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    I haven't had any real interest in playing an musical instrument. Actually I hate our school band. The jerks kept me awake in study hall for a week cause they got moved to the room next door because of someone else using the regular band room.

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    I enjoyed the years I was in Concert/Marching band (ok fine I hated band camp where I had to march my ass off )

    But there's just something about creating music from what would seem chaos has a magical appeal to it....

    But then again the years I was in the school band we hardly ever lost so that helped ^_^
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    Violin, 17 years. Non-professional by choice.
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    I play the guitar.
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    alto/tenor/soprano sax for 14 years. mellophone/trumpet for 5 years.
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    Originally posted by shaunewing
    I think we should all get together and form the WHT Band (or orchestra )

    --Shaun
    The WHT banned, more likely

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    Actually, you'd be surprised how you easily you can form a band or orchestra at your workplace, particularly if you work at a place with >15 employees.

    At my first job, at one point we had about 35 employees (this was a dot.com before it folded) and over half of us could play an instrument, to the point where we seriously considered forming a jazz band.

    As for myself, piano/trumpet/percussion/timpanis are my fortes, and I'm aiming to learn the cello next. Also play in two orchestras (including one of the state orchestras). Been classically trained at University as well, but like cpervica, non-professional by choice.
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    Actually, you'd be surprised how you easily you can form a band or orchestra at your workplace, particularly if you work at a place with >15 employees.
    Band, yes. Orchestra, no.

    An orchestra is much more structured than a band... you can throw together pretty much any combination of instruments and create a band, while an orchestra has certain fixed requirements. At an absolute minimum, four violins, two violas, two cellos, two each of flute, oboe, and clarinet, and a conductor. And they all have to be at somewhere close to the same level, since -- in orchestra -- you can't just decide that you don't want to play any solos.

    Oxford has about 20 thousand students and a dozen orchestras; I doubt there are many places in the world which come even close to that ratio. I'd be surprised if any company (excepting those with a musical connection) with less than two thousand people could put together an orchestra.
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    I used to play the trumpet, I play quite a bit of piano (Started when I was 5). Found a guitar in my Grandma's attict and I've always wanted to play one so I'm trying to teach myself that . I also can do a bit of mouth drumming, and I can play both my armpits and kneepits. :-D
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    Originally posted by Rewdog
    I also can do a bit of mouth drumming, and I can play both my armpits and kneepits. :-D
    Your a one man band...without any kit.

    I can play certain people like a well tuned old fiddle.

    Simon

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