I play violin in my school's orchestra. Worked real hard last year, and now I'm playin in chamber =).
My favorite genre of music is country (don't hate me, as people at my school tell me I suck because I listen to country), I don't know, some kind of rock? Not sure exactly what it is.
I think I am a baritone, in choir, though I can say I didn't join the class of my own free will.
I am trying to learn how to play the guitar, but I can't learn from a book for crap, and there's nowhere that I can go to learn from a teacher, because of my distance from any sort of thing that resembles a town.
If your a fan of music at all, look up Julian Smith. Julian Smith = Best musician ever.
Originally Posted by Black Kyurem If your a fan of music at all, look up Julian Smith. Julian Smith = Best musician ever. I just watched his first performance on Britain's got talent, and wow, that was an extremely amazing performance.
When I was in primary school I played violin, high school I played the flute and tenor recorder and I play the piano. I'd love to be able to take up the violin again. I really miss playing it.
I play the viola for the school orchestra and stuff.
I play the clarinet for the school band.
clarinet is hard. i stick with sax.
the Clarinet isn't really that hard especially if you play 3rd piece music.
i guess that's true myles. but, out of the three main woodwinds (saxophone, clarinet, flute) clarinet is the hardest. flute takes forever to learn, but once you learn the right mouth stuff, the rest comes. saxophone is simple. press the buttons from top to bottom to get lower, push the button in back to go up an octave (for the most part). but clarinet has weirder fingerings.