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Moz

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I am about to blaspheme. I play sax and all things being well, I shall always play sax but every now and again I think I'd like to have a go at something completely different and that thing is -- a viola!

Does anyone play viola? What is a good, cheap make that will grow with an adult beginner?

Martin
 

Rogerb

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I am about to blaspheme. I play sax and all things being well, I shall always play sax but every now and again I think I'd like to have a go at something completely different and that thing is -- a viola!

Does anyone play viola? What is a good, cheap make that will grow with an adult beginner?

Martin
I'd ask Alastair Hanson....his wife is a VERY fine viola player and could probably advise ...and Alastair might be able to source one for you.
 

half diminished

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I love violas, we have loads of them in our garden. Not only are they very pretty but many of them have a wonderful scent.
:w00t:
 

Young Col

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Blaspheme? More like a violation.
Good stuff Moz, but won't you have to learn alto clef if you want to read viola music?
Colin
 

Jules

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I am about to blaspheme. I play sax and all things being well, I shall always play sax but every now and again I think I'd like to have a go at something completely different and that thing is -- a viola!


Martin
Blasphemer! Burn him at the stake! I'll cut the wood with my musical saw.... Doh, blew my cover!!! :w00t: :)))
 

old git

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Really, I'm not tooting my flute. No honestly ;} but surely the violoncello is the tenor saxophone equivalent, not the viola.
 

Jules

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******* hell, it'll be bagpipes next. >:)
Noo.. though Mr F, seeing as we're similar vintage and from a similar neck of the woods- do you remember "You Slosh" from York? Thrash folk/rock fronted by an incredibly nimble fingered irish piper who sounded great in that context.....
 
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