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As a kid, I played the recorder in elementary school because it was required. I picked one up a few months ago and couldn't play a thing on it any more.

My grandma gave me a Jew's Harp one summer and I would play that thing for hours driving my folks batty! >:-)

In middle school, I played the French Horn. Ah! What an elegant instrument that is! I even played it at church on Sundays. I stopped playing it my freshman year of high school. Why? They expected me to march with it!

I have played the computer keyboard for only a short time but am becoming quite adept at producing "music" by programming the songs in Perl.

I purchased a musical keyboard last week! So I've been beating it to death trying to make something that halfway resembles music. ;-) J/k. I can't "play" it or do proper "keyboarding" techniques but in conjunction with my MIDI software I can do *great* things. .oO( maybe I'm biased? )

In reply to Re: I play the following instrument(s)... by Mr. Muskrat
in thread I play the following instrument(s)... by vroom

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