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Orri Ingthors

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Decided to log in on this forum for hints and tips and maybe some conversation :) Have been playing the alto for just around 3 years now and have been fortunate with the two teachers I have had during this time. Mr. Gert-Ott Kuldparg who led me the first steps on the way and Mr. Michael Weaver, my current teacher since this autumn. Both splendid teachers and fellow human beings. Looking forward to communicate with you all on the forum.
Best regard,
Orri.
 

nigeld

I don't need another mouthpiece; but . . .
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Welcome to the Café.
I don't remember seeing a member from Iceland before.
 

Ivan

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I have visited Akureyri, which I remember in no small part because it was easy to pronounce. I completely failed to master the pronunciation of Höfn because when a taxi driver at the end of our trip asked where we'd been he understood most locations including Akureryi but no matter how we tried, not Höfn

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Orri Ingthors

Orri Ingthors

New Member
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Location
Akureyri Iceland
I have visited Akureyri, which I remember in no small part because it was easy to pronounce. I completely failed to master the pronunciation of Höfn because when a taxi driver at the end of our trip asked where we'd been he understood most locations including Akureryi but no matter how we tried, not Höfn

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I guess the silent f (pronounced as a silent b) and the silent n that you blow through yor nose can be difficult to pronounce :)
Greetings!
 

saxyjt

I have saxophone withdrawal symptoms
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Welcome to the café Orri.

It's always great to have new members from 'other' places.

I guess the silent f (pronounced as a silent b) and the silent n that you blow through yor nose can be difficult to pronounce :)
Greetings!
It sounds like a nightmare! And I'm struggling with German... :rolleyes:

Take care.
 
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