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started with 1 01-29-2020 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by MrEd (Post 6243002)
Raisin 'em right. I enjoyed it.

Mike



Thanks for listening

BallisticSquid 01-31-2020 09:50 AM

Wow, this is awesome! Making music with your kids is such a wonderful wonderful experience. Your kids are quite talented! How long have they been playing?? My youngest (11) plays clarinet and I hope he sticks with it long enough to get into jazz band in HS. Man I enjoyed that!

started with 1 02-01-2020 08:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Glennwillow (Post 6243060)
Well, that was fun! Good for you all!

Thanks for sharing your good time and your family for just a bit!

- Glenn



Thanks for listening and commenting Glenn. I always enjoy all your songs.

SalFromChatham 02-02-2020 03:32 AM

Sax has tone! And nice nuance from the electric.

Great dad you are... sharing music... life gift.

It all sounded fantastic.

started with 1 02-08-2020 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by BallisticSquid (Post 6280392)
Wow, this is awesome! Making music with your kids is such a wonderful wonderful experience. Your kids are quite talented! How long have they been playing?? My youngest (11) plays clarinet and I hope he sticks with it long enough to get into jazz band in HS. Man I enjoyed that!



Thanks. Kids have been playing for a while. My younger son started the sax about 3 years ago at school band. He also takes piano lessons. The older one has taken lessons at a music school since he was 7. They both are in the school jazz band with my older son moving from trumpet to guitar this year.

We believe having a musical education with their academic education is a big plus. Good luck with your clarinet player. Iím convinced the dedication needed to practice and improve on a musical instrument is a very solid life lesson for kids to experience especially at this stage of their development.

SprintBob 02-09-2020 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by mr. beaumont (Post 6242522)
This right here is what it's ALL ABOUT.

Yes sir, the OP has raised two fine young musicians. :up:

BallisticSquid 02-10-2020 09:31 AM

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Originally Posted by started with 1 (Post 6286914)
Thanks. Kids have been playing for a while. My younger son started the sax about 3 years ago at school band. He also takes piano lessons. The older one has taken lessons at a music school since he was 7. They both are in the school jazz band with my older son moving from trumpet to guitar this year.

We believe having a musical education with their academic education is a big plus. Good luck with your clarinet player. Iím convinced the dedication needed to practice and improve on a musical instrument is a very solid life lesson for kids to experience especially at this stage of their development.

I agree! We are very fortunate to have a school system that supports the arts just as much as academics and sports. We have one kid in band, another in orchestra, and another in chorus and the after school rock band program.


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