I have been playing the Piano for about 9 years and the Trumpet since last year. I am currently in my school's Jazz Band with the Piano. If you are wondering what songs I have learned, I have just memorized Moonlight Sonata. (1st Movement)
I've been playing guitar for 2 years now, I'm not self taught I have been taking lessons from a jazz guitar student at ANU. I know how to read music, I know the frets on a guitar. learnt how to use Sibelius 7 to compose music.
Now and again i use Ableton Live 8 to make dance beats and I'm going to learn more about it when I go back to school.
Alright, I'm kidding. I have played the piano since I was 9 maybe. However, I have took a break from it due to university so I have played it for 8ish years before taking that break. Currently in Grade 5 piano. I've tried the trombone but I couldn't really use it well so I gave that up. Plus, the band's schedule was really messed up and I was busy. But it was an interesting instrument indeed. And finally, the recorder. I still have one but I don't really know any good songs for it except Hot Cross Buns. I really want to learn how to play the drums and I want to use the trombone again.
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Violin, for about 14 years now. Some of the repertoire I've learned throughout the years:
-violin concertos by Sibelius, Mendelssohn, Bruch No. 1, Wienisawski No. 2, Vieuxtemps No. 2, Mozart No. 3-5, Symphonie Espagnole, currently learning Glazunov's -Ziguenerweisen by Sarasate -all 6 of 6 Sonatas and Partitas by JS Bach -Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Saint-Saens (I actually performed this at my high school's final orchestra concert my senior year) -Praeludium and Allegro by Kreisler -Tzigane by Ravel -Scene de Ballet by de Beriot
I'd like to learn the following: -violin concertos by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Beethoven, Berg, Glass, Dvoark, Elgar -6 Sonatas for Solo Violin by Ysaye -Poeme by Chausson -Havanaise by Saint-Saens -some other short works I've listened to a lot since I was young, like Salut d'Amour by Elgar
I play the violin. I've been playing it for...4 years now? I'm part of the school orchestra, so it's necessary. When I decided what instrument to play for school, I was stuck between flute and violin. I went towards violin because I wouldn't lose my breath xD. I would play piano, but I don't have time for lessons and buying a piano is expensive. I also play recorder but not that much. I was going to learn how to play guitar, but it...didn't really work out. I sing, although I suck at it.
I learned to play the Keyboard years ago, but it had smaller keys, so I can't play it anymore, and can't afford a new one. So yeah, I play the keyboard. I also own a Guitar, but haven't learned anything about playing it yet.
Drums, vocals, bass, and other stuff. Been playing drums for 14 years.
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All that we cannot sense is essential to that which we can sense, and that which we can sense is essential to that which we cannot sense. Everything is dependent on each other, but there is much more of what you cannot sense behind what you can sense.
I played the Clarinet for about 11 years, along with that I learned the bass clarinet and saxophone in high school. And I guess I do a little bit of piano and trumpet (but I am no where near good at it).