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aldevis

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i think we can improve it: are you still alive? yes>you need a new sax.
 

jonf

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Bass sax? Now you're just being silly. A baritone, on the other hand? You know you want one. No scratch that. You know you need one.
 

aldevis

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Bass sax? Now you're just being silly. A baritone, on the other hand? You know you want one. No scratch that. You know you need one.
I have one.

:confused:

Right: I ONLY have one!
 

Young Col

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Good site. Love the take on Maslow.

There should be a condition on buying a bass sax, that you have to be able to make it swing at least half as much as Adrian Rollini.
 

Tenor Viol

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IF I have a gig, IF that gig is on bari and IF my bari goes wrong.
Every bari player should walk around with two bari.
Isn't the correct syntax:

IF I have a gig
IF that gig is on Bari​
IF my Bari goes wrong
BUY bari
BUY bari
BUY bari
ENDIF

Sorry about that - my inner IT coming out there....:)))
 
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aldevis

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Isn't the correct syntax:

IF I have a gig
IF that gig is on Bari​
IF my Bari goes wrong
BUY bari
BUY bari
BUY bari
ENDIF

Sorry about that - my inner IT coming out there....:)))
Brilliant: the day people on this forum will start ruling the world, every problem in the woodwind industry will be solved.
 

gladsaxisme

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Oh dear!!!!!!!

Haven't got a Bari or a bass (WHAT ON EARTH IS THAT HISSING SOUND)???????? :w00t:
 

aldevis

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We all did horrible mistakes. ...

We can still repair buying something else.
 

MandyH

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THE CURE
for obesity.
Now...interestingly, I have tried on several occasions (at slimming world) to argue that playing my saxes should be able to be classed as exercise, since a) it raises my breathing rate...b) it raises my heart rate...c) I sweat like I've run a half marathon ...and d) it gets me moving (as our tenor player points out, I do not tap my little toe to mark time, I bounce my whole body, complete with bari sax) :))) :)))
 

navarro

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Obviousely gladsaxisme you did not read a report in the American National Enquirer about a Bari player who lived in the Okefenokee swamp area and kept rattle snakes in the bell which he had trained to rattle an accompaniment. And that is really true because the Enquirer said so. Question do rattlers hiss.:D Regds N.
 

aldevis

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Obviousely gladsaxisme you did not read a report in the American National Enquirer about a Bari player who lived in the Okefenokee swamp area and kept rattle snakes in the bell which he had trained to rattle an accompaniment. And that is really true because the Enquirer said so. Question do rattlers hiss.:D Regds N.
True.
Simon Rattle was the conductor.
 
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