Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Vader3, Feb 11, 2001.
if so what kind?
Trumpet,Tuba and saxaphone
I still am a percussionist.
I've been playing piano for seven years and I also enjoy playing African hand drums.
I used to play piano when I was much younger...I played the sax up through high school.
I've played the violin since I was in 3rd grade though I stopped once I graduated from high school. I probably suck at it now.
Keyboards, Bass, some Flute, some Percussion, a little double Bass, Guitar.
Flute and piccolo, enough Irish harp to get myself in trouble, a little guitar, a little piano.
Clarinet, some piano, and I sing.
Yeah, voice too.
(What is an intersment?)
Some clarinet, some piano. I'm determined to get back to the piano someday. But mostly voice, which I studied for about 12 years.
I play piano, Trombone (tboners rule), trumpet, guitar, and even though it may sound scary.... Lord marcon sings...
I used to play the violin. I'm learning how to play the mountain dulcimer.
Flute, Piccolo, Voice, a teeny bit of piano, and even though it's not an instrument, I flirted with conducting for a year.
For me, Clarinet and Soprano Sax. I also sing and used to be able to play the piano.
Guitar & vocals. And I'm learning the recording console.
cello and piano. has anyone ever played any JW music in an orchestra? our music teacher is quite a fan of JW and has made us play the soundtracks for ET, Jurassic Park and Star Wars for the past few years.
I play turntables, self taught drums and self taught keys..meaning I can kinda bang out a drum beat and pluck out a melody. but I can cut a record up like nobodies business.. I used to play trumpet, too..
So it's not an "Instrument" instrument..
I'm doing Piano exams for Trinity College London 3rd Grade at the moment.
I can play violin...
I currently play bassoon professionally. For the Orlando Philharmonic, and I sub for the Florids West coast Sym. in Tampa.
I've played the piano for 11 years, the clarinet for 10. I taught myself the recorder and the bassoon, and I learned the organ for good measure. I just learned how the play the krumhorn last year, and I pretend to play the violin.
My junior high school band director had us play a medley of John Williams songs. It was wonderful.
Crum horn? Do you have a recreated model, or an authentic. My wife is a profesional Trombonist.
Well, considering the krumhorn (crumhorn? krumehorn? crumehorne?) was a medieval instrument, it would be pretty tricky to get an authentic instrument, so it's a re-creation of sorts. I'm borrowing it from my university's large collection of instruments; getting my own would be far above what I could ever afford.
I once played a medley of some of JW's work in my high school band. It was pretty cool. The arrangement was a bit childish, though.
However, we did play the end credits to Far and Away. Now that was a lot of fun. I listned to the actual track on napster, and the arrangement we played was almost identical.
Unfortunetly, we were never able to get the third section up to the right speed. =(
I play the viola (started a little over a year ago) and I just recently quit the flute, which I had been playing for five years. I do not recommend that horrible instrument! If anyone ever wants to chat about classical music/instruments/music-related topics, just send me a message! I'm always bored.