Learning to play again

Discussion in 'Introductions and Greetings' started by Shootingstarplayer, Dec 16, 2017.

  1. Bflatman

    Bflatman Forte User

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    I like people who get mad, too many these days are emotionless.

    Welcome to the site.
     
  2. kehaulani

    kehaulani Fortissimo User

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    Hawaian homey
    That's outrageous! I've heard of that happening, it's certainly not limited to your locale, but it sucks no matter where it occurs. As a band director, I can sympathize with those who want balanced instrumentation. But music is in enough trouble without rejecting the student's preference. Geez!
     
  3. BigDub

    BigDub Utimate User

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    You will get better I assure you. Congratulations. Welcome. There will be plenty of good advice here and I hope you have the discernment to know which words to toss and which to take!
    I myself never stopped, entirely, but I took some breaks which never helped anything. I can't imagine how hard it would be to stop for a long time and start up again, but from many of my friends here I know it can be done with much success. Your commitment is the key!
     
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  4. Vulgano Brother

    Vulgano Brother Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome to TM, Amanda!
     
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  5. davetheretread

    davetheretread New Friend

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    Welcome! This site has done me a world of good in my comeback progress. Best wishes in your adventure. For slow work on basics works better than trying to do too much too quick.
     
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  6. gtv37

    gtv37 New Friend

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    Enjoy the journey!
     
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  7. Manfredv

    Manfredv Pianissimo User

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    I stopped for 45 yrs! I've been working on a comeback for about six months. It has been harder than I thought but I'm enjoying it.
     
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  8. GeorgeB

    GeorgeB Mezzo Forte User

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    I stopped for 50 years and I've been working on my comeback for 22 months and it is still hard...but oh so satisfying when I have a good day. And there are more good days than bad as the months move along.
     
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