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2/2 So, she took this as "poke his sides!", which was funny the first few times, but when she continued, I told her, dead serious, that if she did it again, I'd push her out of her chair. Yeah, you see where this is headed. Later, she decided to poke me again, during a rest, and I playfully shoved her, just enough to startle her… Or so I thought. She almost left her seat, but before she could, her seat tipped. Time stopped, and I grabbed her chair leg before she fell. We're good friends now xD

she pokes you in the side and you suplex her into oblivion

but dude i feel this. when i was younger, every time people used to “tase” me in the side it would feel like that one avengers scene where bruce banner’s spirit or whatever is pushed out of hulk’s body and i would Lose my Mind

1/2 Rehearsal experiences… Well, you're in for a ride. I'm a clarinet player, and I'm in an extracurricular orchestra. In my first year, it was me and one other clarinettist. Now, since this is orchestra, we were in the back row. As band students, this was a big.. Problem. We would get bored while the strings inevitably rehearsed for 15 minutes on end. I made the mistake of telling my section mate that my sides are VERY sensitive, and people in my band like to poke them to make me jump.

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In response to your "confess the worst you've ever done in rehearsal" post, the worst I've ever done was spend about 15 minutes trying to figure out why my bass clarinet was squeaking for no good reason during a piece where I played the only accompaniment. I ended up accidentally turning the instrument sideways and finding that one of the side keys connected to a rod was out of place, letting the air out higher than it should have.

i’m honestly just so shook by the phrase “tuning it sideways” that i’m impressed

I went to a school that took music v seriously. In 5th grade, when we decided on instruments, my first choice was French horn. I ended up playing the flute and ~ 90% of flutists I know/worked with are such drama queens and kings. My lonely goth ass was always just so annoyed by it, which is kinda keeping me from taking playing back up (I paused for 6 years bc of a school change and becoming a therapist). I would love to play in an orchestra but I have negative emotions towards flutists :/

big brain idea: music is pretty therapeutic, so if you picked the flute back up or even started on the French horn you could consider it a career move

Are bass clarinets and trumpets compatible? I'm a girl and play bass clarinet and this quiet guy in my band plays trumpet. Would that be compatible?

you say this as if “quiet guy” and “trumpet player” aren’t antonyms

You guys are too obsessed with crunching stuff you need for your instruments to work, there’s not enough self care!! Drink some infused water, like me, who just drunk a full cup of reed infused water in a panic. Self care!! (In other news I feel very nauseous 🤔🤔🤔)

tying rosin to a string and steeping it like a tea bag is self care

What’s your opinion on bassoon? What do you think about people who play it?

bassoon players have bde and tend to be intimidating at first glance but surprisingly chill and thoughtful when you talk to them

moz-arent isnt answering her asks so hello brother!! its me classicalcarp aka emily!!! whats up!!! how r u!!!! seems like the music memes are better than ever!!

hullo sister!! honestly, i’ve kind of been on a semi-hiatus myself, senior year is way more Chaotic than i was expecting.

but i hope you’re doing carp-tastic (sorry), we miss you!!

are french horns and trombones compatible? are french horns and french horns compatible. i need a girlfriend 🙂

french horns are fairly versatile when it comes to relationships, and honestly i’ve never met one who isn’t a sweetheart in a so-adorable-you-want-to-die long-term relationship, so i’d say yes.

im about to go to my lesson and i havent practiced a single scale in weeks

pro tip: have scales so you don’t have to practice any