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Bari251

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I've been skulking around for some months, and have learnt a lot from the forum. So it's about time I tried to contribute. I am a born again sax player, having given up for 40 years and started playing again five years ago. I took up alto again, but found that there were so many alto players around that the chance of getting a gig was pretty small. So I bought a baritone, and don't regret it for a minute. My only worry is that senility will get me before I can play like Gerry Mulligan!
 
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Bari251

Bari251

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Location
Norwich
Thanks
I qualify for the Croydon and Sarf Cambridgeshire Miniature-ive.
(There is a Croydon Village in S Cambs where all the articulated lorries come through on their way from Holland to the other Croydon!)
 

Justin Chune

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Time to join in.

Welcome bari, from a sunny Edinburgh. Like you I find the baritone a great joy. Too bad about those 40 lost years. With me it was about twelve. It's nice to be back, eh?

Jim.
 

Pee Dee

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hi, welcome to the land of the POGS (Pete's Old Geezers/Gals) We have a few PYGS too, just to keep things lively. Oh, and one PVOG:D
 

TomMapfumo

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Warm welcome, Bazza! In these credit crunch/ecological times I would have thought that Tenors and Baritones are an unnecessary waste of metal - surely Altos are big enough;}

Have a seriously good time here, and hope you sound half decent before you die!

I'm already way ahead of schedule.
Kind regards
Tom:cool:
 
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