#1
any of you remember being taught the recorder in elementary school? you must know hot cross buns... but anyways, I always remember the music teacher bitchin about keeping your fingers close to the holes so you could close them faster, and I always thought "fekk it" ill just go as high as I want, but I was just trynna learn some neo-classical stuff and bzzzzzt that monkeys voice creeps back into my head "keep your fingers close" no wonder i cant do it up to speed. My crappy recorder skills are a detriment to my guitarmanship AAAARRGGGGH!!!
Last edited by deathpidgeon at Jan 26, 2008,
#2
I remember saying why the **** do I need to learn to play music, I have no interest in it, and I will never be a musician.... Boy was I off. Recorders suck though, I still have a few somewhere around my house. Hot cross buns Hot cross buns...deh....neh..neh...deh..neh... Hot cross buns. Boy that must have been torture for any music teacher, listening to ten year olds **** up the easiest song in the world all day.
#3
Hot cross buns Hot cross buns...deh....neh..neh...deh..neh... Hot cross buns.
holy sheeit thats hilarious!
#4
Your fingers are way off the fretboard? Is this what your trying to say?
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#6
Just practice trying to keep your fingers closer to the fretboard with the metronome. Do chromatic scales with it.
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#8
I really thought playing recorder helped me. I learned all the notes on the treble cleff really well. Other than that the skills didnt really carry over, but I still play my recorder occasionally, just for fun.