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Discussion in 'Performing Arts' started by shinta, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. shinta

    shinta Member

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    I 'm gonna take lessons ,but I don't know wich instrument i'dd choose
    I really want to learn:
    cross flute,lute,violin and oboe

    What should I choose?
     
  2. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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    lute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lute!!!!!
     
  3. shinta

    shinta Member

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    yeah,that's the prob,
    I can't choose!
     
  4. jesikhaviolet

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    LUTE!!!!!! really
     
  5. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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    the lute would be a great instrument to learn
     
  6. shinta

    shinta Member

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    I just went to the academy,I can start over 4 months
    and the do teach lute,violin,hobo and cross flute!
    but I'm gonna drop the violin.

    but I still don't know
     
  7. somethingwitty

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    VIOLIN!!! If you're going to take lessons take the one that applies to the most other instruments and is the hardest. Violin is the most difficult out of those hands down, so therefore you would benefit most from having professional lessons in that. Plus with the dexterity of your hands and knowledge of string instruments you will be able to switch fairly easily to the: Guitar, Viola, Cello (and maybe double bass). Plus the violin is the most versatile instrument on earth, with the most music written for it. Definitely violin, not even a question.
     
  8. shinta

    shinta Member

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    yeah but they have to many students who do it. :(
     
  9. jesikhaviolet

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    lute is amazing. i play lute. listen to "blackmore's night". you'll never lose the ambition to learn lute
     
  10. JayJ

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    LUTE! hahaha that seems popular here... ;) but for good reason! lute!! haha
     
  11. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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    lute!!!!!!
     
  12. Orsino2

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    I also say lute.
     
  13. gnombient

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    By that logic, should everyone who wants to learn guitar just not bother because there are already tons of guitar players? Who cares if there are a lot of other students-- it's what you do with your instrument that will truly set you apart, not your choice of instrument.
     
  14. shinta

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    yeah,put they won't teach an instrument that already has to many students :(
     
  15. shinta

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    why do you all say lute?
    ,I find it very hard to choose from those 4
     
  16. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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  17. shinta

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    Is it hard to play?
    ,cause i can't read notes at all.
     
  18. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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    i dont know. i dont play it.
     
  19. shinta

    shinta Member

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    and when lute isn't possible,what should I choose then?
     
  20. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

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    you should choose:

    protest about not being able to play the lute.

    seriously you should just go for the lute.
     

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