View topic - What Instrument do you play?
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That's awesome! I love bassoon, it's a pity that it's not used more often as a solo instrument.
For a while I was really interested in theater pipe organs. Before I was married I collected enough old organ parts to assemble a 4 rank pipe organ in my parents basement. It was a lot of fun to build and it really shook the house when I played it. Eventually I sold it to a local church.
Did I say awesome? Now, that's AWESOME! You assembled a pipe organ of your own! I wish I knew the experience of playing a huge pipe organ in a church (and there are many of those around here: Spain is filled with Christian churches, and many have an organ).
Now about myself, I used to play guitar too... but Spanish guitar. Now I play the baritone larynx.
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I used to play the recorder when I was about 7 or 8, my school forced everyone to play it .
I also sing but I don't know if I'm good or not. I've never sang infront of anyone, my grandfather (mother's side) was a brilliant singer and everyone on my mother's side except one of my uncles can sing well, so I think I should be good.
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I've dabbled in other instruments, but nothing else really stuck. I sing in church choir also, or at least try to....
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It's not that I'm not knowledgeable, I just have trouble explaining the things I know ;)
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I can also "play"(though not nessicarily good) the Ocarina (12 hole, Japanese style. I never did take the time to learn how to play the 4-hole "toy" types). However, the only Ocarina I have, is one I made out of clay, and due to my poor craftsmanship, can only make a little over an octave and still sound decent.
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