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    Yeah, for my piano I think I used a board which didn't require Theory..
    But for cello I do ABRSM, so do need it
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    (Original post by hannahhi)
    Yeah, for my piano I think I used a board which didn't require Theory..
    But for cello I do ABRSM, so do need it
    Same.
    I really want to play cello so bad
    I had a go on a little yr 7's half size cello. It was so cuteeee.
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    (Original post by Doublereedfreak)
    Same.
    I really want to play cello so bad
    I had a go on a little yr 7's half size cello. It was so cuteeee.
    Haha, ooh the days of half size
    How did that go? :p:
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    (Original post by hannahhi)
    Haha, ooh the days of half size
    How did that go? :p:
    I can bash out a fairly decent C major scale
    It's so much fun to play.
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    (Original post by Doublereedfreak)
    I can bash out a fairly decent C major scale
    It's so much fun to play.
    Woo More than I could even attempt on a woodwind instrument :p:
    I was practising a bit earlier, didn't have much time though.
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    (Original post by hannahhi)
    Woo More than I could even attempt on a woodwind instrument :p:
    I was practising a bit earlier, didn't have much time though.
    I knew the general shape of the scale already. It wasn't very in tune though :p:
    I definitely want to learn when I'm older and have money though. I'm not content to simply listen to the cello's vastly fantastic repatoire, I want to try my damnest to recreate it!
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    (Original post by Doublereedfreak)
    I knew the general shape of the scale already. It wasn't very in tune though :p:
    I definitely want to learn when I'm older and have money though. I'm not content to simply listen to the cello's vastly fantastic repatoire, I want to try my damnest to recreate it!
    You sound very passionate about it :p:
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    Ah, my A level practical mock is on friday and I haven't started practising yet, or even seen if my ensemble people can be there... nervous
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    (Original post by foolsihboy)
    Ah, my A level practical mock is on friday and I haven't started practising yet, or even seen if my ensemble people can be there... nervous
    Oooh good luck with that!
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    Cheers for the ad. :hi: everyone
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    (Original post by Doublereedfreak)
    I knew the general shape of the scale already. It wasn't very in tune though :p:
    I definitely want to learn when I'm older and have money though. I'm not content to simply listen to the cello's vastly fantastic repatoire, I want to try my damnest to recreate it!
    Im a cellist, and i must say, Cello is very delicious

    Im working on "Rondo" by Boccherini.
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    Anyone have any experience of Mozart's "Trios fur Piano Violine und Violoncell"? I've just been given the last one (Trio VII) to play on the clarinet (intead of "Violino"), and I don't have a clue what its like with all three instruments...
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    I am a trumpeter, bassoonist, double bassist bass guiatarist, flautist and pianist.
    Music is fun, I have a bash around on other things, too.
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    Going to see a man about a cello in 2 weeks time :woo:
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    i have a go at banjo, trumpet, piano, melodica, mandolin, cello, guitar, clarinet and recorder.
    banjo and piano are definitely my best two, and i'm actually pretty good at recorder but people don't tend to take that one seriously so i usually dont mention it haha. i've fallen in love with trumpet.
    i've self taught myself everything, which was fine for banjo and keys but playing trumpet is really difficult without lessons. I'm still trying to figure out correct embouchure!

    does anyone here play accordion?
    i'm really interested in starting.
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    Don't let anyone dis the recorder - it's a brilliant instrument and difficult to play well. What kind of music do you play on banjo (another much maligned instrument)?
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    would it be mean to point out that she is holding the banjo incorrectly in her photo,,, I'm a bit pedantic :p:
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    (Original post by Llamaaa)
    would it be mean to point out that she is holding the banjo incorrectly in her photo,,, I'm a bit pedantic :p:
    I think I can be forgiven considering that photo was taken a couple of years back, on the day I first got my banjo haha.
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    (Original post by Fletch)
    Don't let anyone dis the recorder - it's a brilliant instrument and difficult to play well. What kind of music do you play on banjo (another much maligned instrument)?
    I don't play banjo well enough to specialise in any particular genre yet haha. The few pieces I do play are mainly bluegrass though. I can't say bluegrass is my favourite type of music, but its definitely very fun to play.
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    drums, bass and starting the uke and hopefully next year the synth! im a music freak lol may i join?
 
 
 

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