Little bit of improv, tenor

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  • #824

    Aulos303
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    I was just messing around with my Aulos 211 and came up with a little tune.

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    You don't stop playing when you get old. You get old when you stop playing.

    #839

    Jason Cone
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    Very nice!

    I’m a beginner, and mainly focusing on alto and soprano recorder at the moment, although I do have a tenor. I find the stretch on the tenor to be uncomfortable after only a few minutes of playing it. I’m hoping that will get better with more playing/practice.

    #847

    Aulos303
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    Very nice!

    I’m a beginner, and mainly focusing on alto and soprano recorder at the moment, although I do have a tenor. I find the stretch on the tenor to be uncomfortable after only a few minutes of playing it. I’m hoping that will get better with more playing/practice.

    What tenor do you have? This one is very forgiving

    You don't stop playing when you get old. You get old when you stop playing.

    #851

    Jason Cone
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    I have the Yamaha YRT-304BII. I don’t have large hands, so that’s probably a factor. That said, it’s been getting easier and easier to play the tenor, so I’m sure it’s just practice and developing the flexibility.

    #854

    Aulos303
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    I have the Yamaha YRT-304BII. I don’t have large hands, so that’s probably a factor. That said, it’s been getting easier and easier to play the tenor, so I’m sure it’s just practice and developing the flexibility.

    Nice. I had an example of my current tenor (Aulos 211A) a while ago but I found playing it uncomfortable so I sold it. That was a couple of years ago, now I have another of the same model and its quite easy to play for such a big instrument.

    You don't stop playing when you get old. You get old when you stop playing.

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