Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by flashdance, May 30, 2010.
Uprights are comparatively easy to move.
I spot a drum set behind too. :twisted:
Yes I play piano and organ and sing. Has given me a lot of comfort and reduced my stress over the years.
Look like it is really nice. Also the upright has longer strings and a better sound than the spinet. Wood looks like it is in tip top shape. Excellent choice. How does it sound?
Welcome to DF, jmuise! =)
Hopefully I'll be at this house for at least a year...only changed houses frequently due to moving out of mum's to a temporary house.
jmuise: I haven't played it yet...I have a sneaking suspicion though that it might be a piano from my old school...that drum set looks awfully familiar, and the piano seat + piano itself look exactly the same.
It was my favourite piano at school...I'm hoping it'll sound sorta familiar.
Do you have any friends who are piano tuners that will tune itfor free or cheap?
But one of the tuning places has a special on this month
Not on a sport bike!
Sax, flute, piano. In order of proficiency. I probably shouldn't even count piano anymore. Or flute for that matter. Not sure if I could manage the embouchure now.
Yeah...since I dropped flute my embouchure has deteriorated a lot...
Hmm, can't believe I haven't found this thread before... I play electronic keyboards (although to be honest, I'm more interested in the synthesizer part than the keyboard part); I'm OK on bass and minimally competent on guitar. A long time ago I played keys and some guitar in a bar band in Florida. I should post a pic of my modular synth -- it's grown a bit since the last time it made an appearance here.
I play violin (and dabble in viola and cello) and can mess around on a piano. Briefly played clarinet and can still extract some squeaky sounds. Have been learning ukulele lately but haven't had much time to work on it.
Brass instruments kind of run in our family -- my dad plays tuba, and I have several relatives who play trumpet and trombone. But I've never been able to get a non-rude noise out of one.
Piano (but not terribly well), guitar (four strings and three chords!), but mostly vocal.
I played the trumpet in Middle and high school. Sometime during the summer, I found my trumpet at my parents house, and brought it up to my current residence. I have been trying to practice playing it 2 or three times a week, but I do feel goofy learning to play again, with all my housemates, and neighbors.--But just like dance practice,--even though I feel goofy, I don't let it stop me.
Piano, clarinet, guitar, flute, and vocals. My family's pretty musical
My body is my instrument.
We won't ask how you play it...
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