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Since I chose 'Many instruments', I ought to at least specify what they are. I can play piano at grade 7, double bass at grade 5, and sing at grade 4.

Performances include:

Ein Deutsches Requiem (Bach)
Carmina Burana (Orff)
West Side Story
Various Rogers & Hammerstein
Kyrie Eleison (William Byrd)
Various hymns
And many others I can't remember.

I have also taken part in a European music tour (Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy). The 2 most memorable performances were an ad-lib choral movement in the ice caves of Jungfrau (sung in front of a sole Japanese tourist with video camera), and a hymn sung in Saint Mark's Cathedral, Venice.

These days, one of my hobbies is making music... I use Cubase VST and Fruityloops for composition, and Steinberg V-Stack for live performances. VSTis include Reaktor, VSampler, Lounge Lizard and FM7.

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

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