Did anybody see you? Or were they all at work at the time? Do you think they might suspect it was you when they hear you playing the french horn?
That's sad that the instrument hire program isn't fully used! Is it because it's such a high SES area and they're buying the instruments?
Really,how many primary schools have 3 new French horns and 2 tubas unused - as well as a whole swag of cls and trumpets? High se area and poorly managed im program.
Peter: I'll have a Euphonium if you have one spare... seriously... would love to have a go on one again...
You can't play the french horn!!
There's 2 spare euphos. I can play half the french horn. The Bb side. I just pretend it's a trumpet. Can you play, Al?
I played trumpet for about 12 years. So I'm probably like you. But that tiny mouthpiece looks challenging.
It's not really that hard. The harmonics are closer together than on trumpet. Like up the octave trumpet - CEGBbC all open. On the Eb side of the horn you can play just about every note open, which is tricky. What is also tricky is that an A doesn't feel like it does on trumpet. Requires different pressure. Fun though.
We've just had a girl join our church who plays the FC. I'm excited. What do you do with your other hand? The one stuffed up the bell?
Guess you just kind of have it there... stuffed up the bell.
Hopefully none of the neighbours are watching as you sneak back and forth across the street with all the instruments...oops....have just realised this was from Thursday. I guess it would be less noticeable on a school day than over the weekend...One of the physios I work with plays the french horn in a local orchestra. A very cool instrument. And yep, she tells me the other hand is usually stuffed up the bell...