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Are you musically talented?

Asked at Asked at Sunset Hill School on June 1, 2009

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Photo of Sydney Buller

“Yes. I play the viola, and I love it.”

Photo of Isabelle Haake

“Yes. I play the guitar and violin.”

Photo of Jacob Holiday

“I am. I play piano, I play drums, bells, and I play a little French horn, but not a lot.”

Photo of Jake Keary

“Yes. I play the baritone, and I sing.”

Photo of Steven Ozaki

“Yes. I play the violin, I’m learning how to play the guitar, and I’m taking chorale next year.”

Photo of Erin Fisher

“Yes. I play the guitar, and I also play the clarinet.”


Chris Ogle 8 years, 11 months ago

When my Dad asked my little league baseball coach when he could see me play, the coach suggested a piano..... does that qualify for talent?

classclown 8 years, 11 months ago

On the surface my answer would be no. However with the way the quality of music has been changing recently, and what is being accepted as music, it may just turn into a resounding yes.

In fact, I may be at the point where I can perform the type of music that people need to do drugs to appreciate.

Kirk Larson 8 years, 11 months ago

String bass, bass guitar, concertina, dixie whistle, thumb piano (kalimbila), and hambone!

gphawk89 8 years, 11 months ago

Guitar, bass guitar, piano, penny whistle, hammered dulcimer. I'd love to learn bagpipes but haven't shelled out the funds for a decent set of pipes yet.

coolmom 8 years, 11 months ago

never could play anything but always wanted too and now they have rock band for us "older" musician wanna be's...

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