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Dream Instrument #227945
01/24/06 01:08 AM
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What instument(s) would you love to learn how to play?

For me it's the drums (for those stress release moments), the guitar (so I can always have accompaniment no matter where I am), and the harp (just because it is so beautiful! Both to look at and to hear.)
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01/24/06 04:04 AM
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Irish fiddle, violin, and yes, drums too, just to go nuts whenever I want!


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I always want to play weird, rare instruments.... I'm with you, Michelle, on the harp. Bagpipes always seemed sort of fun. I'd like to be able to play jazz on some sort of horn.. sax or trumpet....

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01/28/06 06:27 AM
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Oh, I love jazz. I would adore to be able to sing jazz, and play jazz piano - I'm incredibly lucky to have a very talented father-in-law who is a jazz pianist. Unfortunately he is in another country, so I don't get to hear him that often. But after growing up with very little music as part of our homelife, it's just amazing to settle in for a live jazz session after dinner at their place. Very soothing.


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Well, the two instruments that I was interested in but my mother wouldn't let me play were the french horn and the cello. So either of those would be really cool.

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Cello...I already play violin and viola but I just don't think I could pick up cello; it's just too different.

As well, piano. I'm not sure I could pick up playing with two hands and reading music in two different keys.

And I have to agree it'd be sort of fun to play the pipes, in part because women so seldom do so. However, when it came to the Celtic Arts group I joined, I decided I'd rather learn to dance than pipe, so so much for that. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Piano and violin.

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I want to learn drums :D I know how to play flutes already.

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