TheCatSite.com › Forums › General Forums › The Cat Lounge › Any musical TCS-ers?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Any musical TCS-ers? - Page 2

post #31 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by sashacat421
Well would somebody put up a poll and we can see how much we have for a full-blown symphonic experience??
I bet we'd fill the poll, but people have to be honest!
Give me a few, E- and I'll do it!
post #32 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by sashacat421
Susan! Tinkle! What did you drink this morning, woman!
Actually thats the word i use when i need to pay a visit to the bathroom!

It was before i'd had any coffee at work this morning!
post #33 of 51
Thread Starter 
Ooh, thanks for starting this Elizabeth! I'm going to add vocalists and saxophones to the group as well.
Well would somebody put up a poll and we can see how much we have for a full-blown symphonic experience?? Pick the instrument that you are most adept at playing.
Base
Cello
Viola
Violin
Piccolo
Flute
Clarinet
Bassoon
Recorder
Coronet
Trumpet
Trombone
French Horn
Tuba
Harp
Timpani
Drums
Triangle thing
Castinettes
Piano
Harpsichord
Guitar -classical
Guitar -electric
Guitar - slide
Washboard
Ukelele
Saxophone (alto, tenor, soprano, or baritone): ugaimes (Amy, alto)
Banjo
Vocalists:
Baritone
Alto
Tenor
Soprano
I picked saxophone only b/c that is my favorite instrument and the one I'm probably best at. I'd like to sing, too, but it'd be hard to play the sax and sing at the same time. Besides, I look too cool in my nifty jazzy saxophone sunglasses
post #34 of 51
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rosiemac
Actually thats the word i use when i need to pay a visit to the bathroom!

It was before i'd had any coffee at work this morning!
Hmmm, Susan, I certainly hope you do not need to give any oral presentations at work before you have your morning coffee
post #35 of 51
i play piano & i sing - church, choirs (various) community theatre.
post #36 of 51
If no1 puts up that poll, I guess i will, and ya missed Baritone Horn, my bro plays that
post #37 of 51
I played the oboe very well, but have slacked on that for about 3.5 years. Im certain it would immediately come back to me. Sometimes Ill hear a classical piece, and ill REMEMBER THE NOTES . So eventually Ill buy myself a decent Oboe. Other than that, I do play guitar (I have 3, 6 string acoustic, 12 string acoustic, and an electric). I sing all the time, was never taught anything - I just like it.
post #38 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by ugaimes
Hmmm, Susan, I certainly hope you do not need to give any oral presentations at work before you have your morning coffee
Just on my switchboard but no one can see me
post #39 of 51
I used to play the tonette- LOL Bet not many people know what that is=-
post #40 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by ugaimes
Ooh, thanks for starting this Elizabeth! I'm going to add vocalists and saxophones to the group as well.
Well would somebody put up a poll and we can see how much we have for a full-blown symphonic experience?? Pick the instrument that you are most adept at playing.
Base
Cello
Viola
Violin
Piccolo
Flute
Clarinet
Bassoon
Recorder
Coronet
Trumpet
Trombone
French Horn
Tuba
Harp
Timpani
Drums
Triangle thing
Castinettes
Piano
Harpsichord
Guitar -classical
Guitar -electric
Guitar - slide
Washboard
Ukelele
Saxophone (alto, tenor, soprano, or baritone): ugaimes (Amy, alto)
Banjo
Vocalists:
Baritone
Alto
Tenor
Soprano
I picked saxophone only b/c that is my favorite instrument and the one I'm probably best at. I'd like to sing, too, but it'd be hard to play the sax and sing at the same time. Besides, I look too cool in my nifty jazzy saxophone sunglasses

Oh yeah Sax , my Dad would kill me! and add Oboe, forgot that.
post #41 of 51
post #42 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by KittenKrazy

oh good! Thank you Cindy!
Is it up top, I have to go look now.
post #43 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by ugaimes
Too bad all you guitarists live too far away.... I'm looking to learn!
My mom started taking guitar lessons here in Savannah a few years ago (she only went to 2 lessons though). But the cool thing is who her teacher was. None other than the sister of Greg Allman of the Allman brothers!!! How is that for cool???
That's awesome!! You wanna talk about a small world??? The Allman brothers went to my high school!!!!! Seabreeze High School in Daytona Beach, FL! They were a class or two ahead (or behind...can't remember) my boyfriend's dad. I find it so interesting to find out all of these neat and interesting ways we are all connected.

Well with the 5 octave thing, that's what my voice coach told me. But honestly, I get so nervous singing high that I sound like a mouse. I never really thought I was any good, except when I was like 8 lol. I'll just be the bands back-up dancer and be happy!
post #44 of 51
Thread Starter 
That is so cool about the Allmans! Did Brendan's dad meet either of them? Greg lives right outside of Savannah now, in Richmond Hill, and went on my boyfriend's boat a couple of times when he was a mate on a charter fishing boat. Now, Greg and my boyfriend compete against each other in a few kingfish tournaments each year! He's a really cool, down-to-earth guy.

So it's set: Katherine is our TCS Fly Girl!!!!
post #45 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by rosiemac
I can bang a triangle!

I know Elizabeth(Sachacat) can play an instrument, and Ryan can tinkle the ivories?
Quote:
Originally Posted by gemlady
I don't know if I want to see Ryan "tinkle" the ivories. It would probably be less embarassing for all of us (and less damage to the piano) if he "tickled" the ivories. (Unless that is what they do in Merry Ol' England, Susan. )
That is way too funny! I "could" tinkle the the ivories, but I would have to be drunk beyond belief before I'd ever do something that stupid! I certainly know the expression "tickling the ivories", but I don't do that either. I call the way I play piano "torturing the ivories". I could not outplay anyone here for the life of me. I have to do a lot of takes when recording.

The only other thing I enjoy doing poorly is playing my electric guitar. (aka Hydroaxe )

And Mary Anne, I'm tired of being a googler today. Can you tell/show us a tonette?
post #46 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by ugaimes
That is so cool about the Allmans! Did Brendan's dad meet either of them? Greg lives right outside of Savannah now, in Richmond Hill, and went on my boyfriend's boat a couple of times when he was a mate on a charter fishing boat. Now, Greg and my boyfriend compete against each other in a few kingfish tournaments each year! He's a really cool, down-to-earth guy.

So it's set: Katherine is our TCS Fly Girl!!!!
Yeah his dad was friends with one of them if I'm remembering correctly. Can't remember which one though. It's always been a source of pride for me though. I loved my high school, it's location, and it's reputation so having the Allman's come from Seabreeze was just too cool to me. The only other semi-well known person to come from there was an Olympic sprinter. Can't remember who he was though. That's really cool that Greg and you both know him so well. They seem like they would be fairly down-to-earth...especially since they were "typical" 70's surf types (according to my Brendan's dad)...if you know what I mean.

WOOHOO!!! I'm stoked to be the Fly Girl. Look out J.Lo...I'm coming!!!!!
post #47 of 51
Ryan, I'm not MA, but here:
Tonette



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A small black plastic whistle-type instrument which was once popular with elementary school children. It has largely been superceeded, through the efforts of Music Educators, by the much more musically accurate recorder family of instruments. The range of the instrument is from middle C (c1) to d2. It is also known as a song flute.
Also song flute






She just sent me back in time with that !
post #48 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by KittenKrazy
Ryan, I'm not MA, but here:
Tonette



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A small black plastic whistle-type instrument which was once popular with elementary school children. It has largely been superceeded, through the efforts of Music Educators, by the much more musically accurate recorder family of instruments. The range of the instrument is from middle C (c1) to d2. It is also known as a song flute.
Also song flute


She just sent me back in time with that !
Interesting photo. It looks like part of a wacky Dr. Suess stove or something.
post #49 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by rosiemac
I can bang a triangle!
I´m too!!! ..... a shame right???....
post #50 of 51
Quote:
Originally Posted by CoolCat
I´m too!!! ..... a shame right???....

No Rigel! I listed Castinettes just for you! Go to the Symphony Thread, you'll see.
post #51 of 51
I have won over 50 karaoke contests. Does it count if drunk people think you can sing? My sweetie and I won some of them together doing Meat Loaf's "Paradise By The Dashboard Light."
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: The Cat Lounge
TheCatSite.com › Forums › General Forums › The Cat Lounge › Any musical TCS-ers?