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Old 08-03-2007, 05:55 PM
OneTimeSBX OneTimeSBX is offline
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:56 PM
Piika Piika is offline
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I play flute and mellophone. I participate in wind band, marching band, basketball band, and flute ensemble. I'd like to join choir but it doesn't fit in my schedule (Art major issues, ugh), but I am thinking about joining my college's "b" winterguard (which I still consider a musical activity even if they aren't producing the music).
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Old 07-07-2013, 10:42 AM
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Six year old thread.. kudos for searching before posting.

I'm an amateur violin player. I had a nearly full ride for my undergrad for it. I just recently took it back up again this year, joined a community orchestra and played in a Haydn festival orchestra with some friends. I joined/started a quartet, but it fell apart. Might try that again. I've played everything from classical to opera to musicals to being a member of a rock/jam band sort of thing where we played some original stuff and even some Dave Matthews covers (Boyd Tinsley is fun to cover).
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:54 PM
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I sing in a college choir at my school. I also can play the piano since when I was younger for a number of years I took lessons.
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Old 07-08-2013, 09:00 AM
clarinette clarinette is offline
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Let's see...In college, I:
Sang in two different choirs (not at the same time though)
Directed a small worship choir for 1.5 years
Played in the pep band for a year
Got the chance to sing in the chorus for Mahler's Resurrection Symphony and Bach's Mass in B minor
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Old 09-22-2013, 07:24 PM
anne.bcl anne.bcl is offline
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I play bassoon.
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Old 09-24-2013, 04:15 AM
unarose unarose is offline
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Gosh, I never did reply to this thread.

I began with music at a very young age with the pots and pans from my mom's kitchen cabinet. Then when my brother was in beginner band and was playing the drums (he only did it for a year), I would sneak out to where he kept his drum and try to play it myself. I was 3, btw. I always enjoyed music class in elementary school, even if all I remember from it is singing. We didn't do recorder when I was in elementary music. I started beginner band in 5th grade, with clarinet. I played all through high school, went to numerous honor bands, All State band, was section leader and band captain, and all that jazz. Then I went to college and was in band all year my first year and planned on majoring in instrumental music ed, but I hated my applied lessons. I switched my major to the music-emphasis music business major in spring of my freshman year and joined my first choir that same semester. I kept doing concert band, but dropped marching band in the fall in favor of student government, more specifically the Program Council that planned concerts and stuff for the entire campus community. I took class piano classes and wound up in voice lessons, which I enjoyed much more than my clarinet lessons.

Anyway…I play clarinet, sing, and can also play some piano, flute, and some percussion (and not just because of my brother's beginner band instrument or my mom's pots and pans). I joined the local community choir in Spring '07, school choir the following fall, did concert band in Spring my first four years of undergrad, marching band only the first fall…
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