14 and 7
I've been playing for exactly half of my life! Thats a wierd thought.
Age: 42. Trumpet years: 31. And as long as there's a breath of life in me, I shall never stop!
Cornet, Arran Brass
Brass band tutor for the Workers' Music Association Summer School
'When I'm down in the dumps, I just go and get myself a new hat.'
'I wondered where you got them from.'
37 years old
Started playing when I was 10, stopped when I was 20, started back up when I was 35 so that's what?
11 Trumpet years?
2008 Eclipse MHY Bb Trumpet in Silver Plate with interchangable leadpipes
Getzen Capri Bb Cornet
Bach, GR & Monette mouthpieces
39 years young......
began trumpet at age 13 (two years of percussion before that)
four very painful years off from age 22 - 26 (lost my dear teacher suddenly - Rapier, didn't take it well, worked in the real world and never opened the case once. I lost my way for a while.)
age 26 to now.....and forever.
13 to age 22 = 7 years
26 to now = 13 years
Total = 20 trumpet years.....and many more to come.
Just wait until it's 80-90%.Originally Posted by hornblatt
I am just noticing how young those 35- 45 look. Enjoy it while you got it.
May the God of Israel, who is very real, and who sent the Messiah and the Savior that we so desperately need so that we can be reconciled to our Creator and live forever with the Three-In-One God, bless you today!
We have to admit that there is nothing in the geological records that runs contrary to the views of conservative creationists."
(Evolutionist Edmund Ambrose)
7 playing the horn
Age 42. Started playing trumpet at 13. Quit at 15. Then saw Miles Davis live when I was 28 and have been playing since non stop. So that makes 17 years on trumpet for me. And I feel sometimes that I am strugling like a toddler!
Rick AKA Trumpet Man
I was 57 last June. I've been playing since I was 10 and Nov. 21 (I think) will be my 47th anniversary. I started studying again about 13 years ago. I still practice every day, with one day off a week if I can, and believe I'm still improving every day.
Practicing has become the most enjoyable part of my playing. I rarely don't look forward to it.
34 and 23.
The universal language that speaks to the souls of humanity....music.
64 years old, 51 years playing the trumpet. No breaks with the exception of
wisdon teeth extractions, and recent heart attack followed by triple by-pass surgery. I am back to three hours a day now, and I love as much as ever
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