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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by misty.sj, Dec 24, 2012.
You must be teaching English as a Second Language to Australians, then. Good luck!
Are there uneducated Aussies in Jackson? Who'd've thought?
I manage a multinational team of writers. We have translators on staff too and handle about 25 languages.
I didn't get the cornet so I'm on the prowl. But I'm halfway through Rubank Elementary and starting to see Fs and Gs at the top of the staff. If I forget they are high I can play 'em but if I think about it they are still hard. More importantly I can play for half an hour and I'm still having fun. I read that I should not start Arbans until I own an A above the staff and I'm not in a hurry.
Ain't got any Australians in Jackson NC that I know of. Did have a Welshman until he died of old age. Now that's a language I'd never be able to pronounce, let alone sing, but he could.
I would leave Welch enough alone then!
It's nice to see this thread again. I've been "back" for just over two months and I'm already in a band and we have a performance on March3!
Your challenge Misty, is to see it back after it has been gone for 5 or 6 years - often new members will happily provide that service.
Video... I want to see video!
My challenge will be to be Misty's opening act.
I'm still working on Misty. I found the music to the melody.