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love, Love, LOVE bagpipes! But again, you'd have to be pretty good and wear a kilt.
That well-known RVing bagpiper has been known to serenade campers in the desert.
It's just not the same without the kilt.
This is something very near and dear to me...I play many instruments and am having trouble parting with them as we begin our journey. I have a Yamaha full size piano, sousaphone, trombone, baritone, trumpet and cornet, Bb and Eb clarinets, flute and a snare. I feel like I have to choose between my favorite child
At the FMCA rally in Farmington NM, every night someone plays taps at 10 pm. I always turn off the TV when I hear it playing and listen. I love hearing it....wonder if it's a carryover from my Army days? Wendy
Suggestion 3. Play naked - no one will notice the flute.
I have a Yamaha full size piano, sousaphone, trombone, baritone, trumpet and cornet, Bb and Eb clarinets, flute and a snare.
A couple of times we have been to state parks and two or three people were a few sites down the way playing acoustic guitars and banjos, under the awning. Bluegrass, country, classical. Some even sang a tune or two. Quite well thank goodness. ...
But then again we're experienced street performers and are regularly hired to do this sort of thing for community festivals, private parties, and the occasional bar gig.
If you are a veteran, I understand that legislation was passed around 2000 that when a U.S. veteran dies, the government will supply a flag, a uniformed flag presenter, and bugler to play taps at the gravesite ceremony.Unfortunately, there are more veterans passing (1/2 million per year over the next 7 years, I read) than there are qualified buglers in the military. So a fake digital bugle was designed that plays a tinny sounding taps as the fake bugler holds the horn to his lips.To fill the need, Tom Day, organized BUGLES ACROSS AMERICA. Qualified bugler volunteers (able to play taps with "ease and style" on a no valve or 1,2,3 valve bugle, trumpet, coronet, or fluglehorn) from his organization are now sent in place of those holding a digital horn.As soon as I feel that I meet the "ease and style" requirement again will probably volunteer.
I hope to hear you play some day Bob.During my time at Great Lakes Training Center my quad sang the Lord's Prayer each night at lights out..it was amazing how quiet the other quads got in preparation to that event. It still brings a lump in my throat to hear that song as does Taps and the Navy Hymn, Eternal Father, usually followed by a tear or two.Whither or not they're played at my burial...I hope they are playing in my mind as I pass on to see my maker..
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