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Old 07-24-2005, 06:26 AM
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Lets see I've performed on a string, a woodwind, a "percussion", a brasswind, and vocally (all of these at least once, the last two most often though). But I have to disagree with MusicLife, singing is not king... The vocal instrument does not leave enough up to the audience's imagination, unless of course its avant garde and they aren't singing words (thanks to Mrs. G. for that experience on her Norton Recordings CD's). Not only that but the other insruments leave so much room for dynamics and their timbre can be more easily altered... I'm sorry if I had to pick one instrument as the best, it'd have to be the trumpet... but piccologurl will say that I'm definitely biased... and thats probably because I am, but i at least thought for a while about it...
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