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just one reason why brass insruments are better to play.

we [ex- band students] are most certiantly the few who can look at a picture like this and see more than just complicating metal parts. we are the ones who can see somthing, when no one else can. somthing so plain and simple. we know that for those who didnt learn these skills at the thriving age we did are all totaly and royaly screwed if they want to try and learn it and keep a job now.

but hey, just my opinion.

so you parents out there, i have a request, start your kids off in band as soon as they can join it. and start them off on french horn. french horn players are the one thing all bands yearn to have. and when you get good at it, your band directors will praise both parents and child for playing french horn.

so, dont choose clairnet just because it is the cheapest thing you can think of, or what you played. let them in a room with instruments and what they go to they go to. (just push for french horn, however it is the hardest brass instrument to play of them all, sorry trombone, my opinion, even though you guys are always out of tune haha.)

OH and the most important thing to remeber. band teaches intense teamwork skills. and, ABOVE ALL! you better be sure your kid is doing his stuff for band. it isnt like they arent given home work. because they are. sorry kids out there who take band as a slack off class. I HATE YOU WHO DO TAKE IT AS SLACK OFF CLASS. So, in a way i guess this picture could be what I am doing for MY invroment and community :) screwing the slackers.HAHAahaha!

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  • Melissa Hearle

    Melissa Hearle gave props (2 Apr 2008):

    Looks so familiar ... ahhh ... high school band ...

  • Matthew Carter

    Matthew Carter said (2 Apr 2008):

    haaha yeah. those were the days. :P

  • j parker

    j parker gave props (2 Apr 2008):

    i look back on high school band now as some of the best times of my life... i played trombone. one moving part. still play sometimes. cool shot!

  • Matthew Carter

    Matthew Carter said (2 Apr 2008):

    yeah. im still in highschool. marching band and concert band are my things. french horn is my game. and indeed band is most certaintly the funnest thing in highschool (class wise)

  • Sarah Maccio

    Sarah Maccio said (1 Aug 2008):

    haha nice story. I know a few people who take band b/c it's an ''easy class to pass'' and you don't really have to do anything. I guess you would count those as slackers, eh?
    and, the french horn made it in.. oh I think it was ripley's believe it or not book that it is the hardest instrument to play. but it kicks any other instruments butt.

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