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comoesa

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Well, I 'll guess I'll begin by saying a few things about myself. I'm a college student...and I just picked up my alto saxophone after almost a decade.

I would say, it's probably only because I *really* started wondering about the music I listened too, this was accentuated by the fact that when I got to college and realized there was more stuff than whatever was on the radio!

I wanted to take a music theory class, but then I realized how terrible college lectures are or at least at my school.

So what better way to learn music by picking up an instrument?

I'll probably be lurking the the beginner forum for the (un)forseeable future.
 

Jeanette

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Welcome to the cafe, don't lurk anywhere, have a good look around and feel at home.:)


Jx
 

kevgermany

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Big welcome from me. Don't lurk, and don't ignore the other forums, there's a lot happens there that you'll find interesting and relevant.
 

old git

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Welcome to the caff©, Comoesa.

Good way of learning music is listening and wondering.

ENJOY!​™
 

Tenor Viol

Full of frets in North Shropshire
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Hello and welcome. Don't lurk - feel free to contribute wherever you have something to say.
 

Strobe

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Quite right, Comoesa
There's nothing like 'doin it'
Sorry to hear about boring college lectures
Never mind...stay positive!
 
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