The day the music dies. (PINT)


Part of Post-It Note Tuesday. Play along here.

OH NO! Don’t tell Mr. Zuber from 7th grade band, who laid down my orchestral foundations…Yes, as the Lovely Liz pointed out, a sax is a child in the woodwind family, not brass. And jeez, I should know this because #3 has been roaming the house, just blowing into the mouthpiece to get used to the reed. It sounds like 100 geese dying. Even the dogs are worried.

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9 Responses to “The day the music dies. (PINT)”

  1. liz Says:

    Not to go all band nerd on you, but sax is part of the woodwind fam, not brass. :)
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    Alyson says:

    Oh jeez. Will you be my fact checker? I’ll pay you in witty tweets. Or not so witty tweets. (Read: pay will vary.)

  2. Cecelia Winesap Says:

    My older cousin used to use his trombone to scare us little kids into thinking a plane was crashing on the house… so yeah… I feel your pain. :)
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  3. Robin Says:

    Bwahaha! Just imagine that one day they will be rich and famous musicians and maybe it will make it sound better right now? 😉

  4. That One Mom Says:

    My son never wanted to be in band. My daughter, however, is driving me bananas with her flute.
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  5. Grace Says:

    Can you get rid of the awful recorders, too?
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  6. The Flying Chalupa Says:

    Oh, this is so funny and so true. My brother played the saxophone and it was saxo-HIDEOUS SOUNDING NOISE. ALL THE TIME. And he was in high school, btw. For a boy under 10? Should be illegal.

  7. Missy @ Wonder, Friend Says:

    Ha! My son (only 4) said yesterday that he would like “all of the instruments” for Christmas, “most especially the violin.” Oh, sure. No problem, kiddo. Apparently he got to play with a violin in music class at preschool and, according to him, it makes THE BEST noises.

    I just bet it does… help me!!

    I completely support music and music education, but I would like a sound-proof room, or maybe just another person’s home, in which my children can practice.
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  8. Riko Says:

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