Why are you playing the flute now??

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flute friend
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Why are you playing the flute now??

Post by flute friend » Fri Jul 11, 2003 1:28 pm

How did you get srarted?? what influnced you
to play?? why are you still doing it know?? Love to here your storys[;)]
~Vanessa~

FluteMasterGuy
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Why are you playing the flute now??

Post by FluteMasterGuy » Fri Jul 11, 2003 1:31 pm

Well, I wanted to be unique....and
so i am. I just love playing flute. It's fun!

flute friend
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Why are you playing the flute now??

Post by flute friend » Fri Jul 11, 2003 1:32 pm

I sarted playing about 8 months ago
~Vanessa~

tarzaflute
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Why are you playing the flute now??

Post by tarzaflute » Sat Jul 12, 2003 7:44 am

I started playing 6 years ago. I
started playing flute because it looked interesting basically and I liked the
sound. I nearly ended up playing clarinet because that's all the school had but
I asked my music teacher if he could find one, and he got one from another
school he taught at, thank goodness! I'm still playing now and I'm hoping to
go to the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and become a professional flute
player or a music teacher in the woodwind department, or open my own flute
studio! I play clarinet, alto sax and piccolo as well. My dream is to have the
perfect flute playing career, that is be a professional flute player and have a
flute studio where I could teach and record, and to own my very own gold
muramatsu flute! Dreams are where everyone starts out, and with a lot of hard
work I hope to achieve this. Well bye! [8)]
Tara!

ASL-Lexicon
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Why are you playing the flute now??

Post by ASL-Lexicon » Sat Jul 12, 2003 11:39 am

Hey Tara, I'll be your first
student, once you open your Flute Studio. -Todd
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