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hey jess, it's good to hear from you !!well i am going to join the baritones cause gary kind of asked me to and i wanted to try something new . and , i really have to hand it to the brass players cause it's harder than it looks!!!
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altogirl06 wrote:hey jess, it's good to hear from you !!well i am going to join the baritones cause gary kind of asked me to and i wanted to try something new . and , i really have to hand it to the brass players cause it's harder than it looks!!!
heck yeah! BRASS ROCKS!!!!!! and its fun! especially the baritone section! but the trombone section is SO much better!
P.S. hey Jess! email me!!!
TRUMPETS!!!!!TRUMPETS!!!!!TR...UM....PETS!!!!!! opps, am i saying the worng chant. o well. EVERYONE, TRUMPETS!!!TRUMPETS!!!!TR....UM......PETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Ya, TRUMPETS RULE. we trumpets are the heart and soul of our band.we are wat keep the band alive. at least me and my partner in crime. U know who he is. mr.kyle, and not the drummer!
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Being a trumpet player and therefore a brassman, I would encourage you to try something new...baritone should be a whole new learning experience. If I were you though, I'd stick to my first love. Sometimes switching instruments can be difficult (and woodwind to brass should be even more challenging...at least I think it should, I tried playing clarinet before and it didn't work out that well). Just know that to be proficient on the baritone/euphonium as I'm sure you were on the sax, it's going to take LOTS and LOTS of practice to get everything right. But I hope that you decide to go with whatever your heart wants to. Either way, God Bless you in your future endeavors!
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