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Old 06-16-2005, 03:22 AM
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HOW DOES TUBA GET ITS OWN SPOT AND BASSOON DOESNT!?! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-16-2005, 05:05 AM
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aaaawwww... how sad!!! And bassoons are so fascinating too!! lol, that reminds me of a story I won't get into. It's funny though. But if it's any consolation, bassoons are the coolest!! (Especially Contrabassoons!!!)
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Old 06-16-2005, 05:35 PM
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I am so sorry... we have just created a new Bassoon dedicated forum.

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Wink bassoons are cool

bassons rock. when i told my friend that i wanted to play one, he is all like "ohh great a baffoon on a bassoon." isn't that SO mean??? i thought that you all would like to know that...
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bassons rock. when i told my friend that i wanted to play one, he is all like "ohh great a baffoon on a bassoon." isn't that SO mean??? i thought that you all would like to know that...


Couldn't live without it...

BTW, Basson and oboe are my favorite woodwinds. Welcome to the forums, saxophonegrl_alto_bari!

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The bassoon is a woodwind Musical instrument is a double-reed aerophone and is the largest of the standard orchestral woodwinds.
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