Nerdfighters who are in band.
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Started by Kawaguchi (Jenny) [Tea Master]. Last reply by Hannah D. Apr 16.
Started by Jamster. Last reply by Noe Dominguez Sep 29, 2012.
Started by Sydney Sep 5, 2012.
Okay, if we are getting technical about the difference between a "baritone horn" and a "euphonium": The baritone horn has a cylindrical bore similar to a trombone while a euphonium has a more conical bore. The only true "baritone horn" is a "British baritone horn." All instruments manufactured by US companies (i.e. Conn, King) are really euphoniums even if they are called "'baritone horns.'"
Why are they called "Baritones"? A baritone is a singer. It's a "Baritone HORN"! Or my favorite line from "Brassed Off": "It's a bloody euphonium!"
Hello Band Nerdfighers. I'm almost 18 and I play alto (aka epic) saxophone and I'm drum major. Born a Band nerd, Born a nerdfigher, die a band nerdfigher
I play alto saxophone in band as well as am in color guard. I love band!
i'm in a different kind of band! im in the band at church! well, i was. i play drums and percussion. i mostly play kit these days (when i am invited to join the fun) but back in the day of Salvo Bands marching down the street, I was the chick who kept the beat. i think i am in a dr seuss kind of mood, thats the second time i have made stuff rhyme. now its the third, how absurs... gotta go!
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