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Author: florry 
Date:   2009-02-15 08:57

For an evening out last Nov my OH and I went to see the Nick Ross big band, and I told my OH how much I loved the sound of the Sax, later that month I turned 48 and for the 1st time in our 30 yr relationship he brought me a great present, yes a Tenor Sax.
Now I found a local teacher and had 2 lessons then the flu hit me and illness in elderly relatives took up my time and I seem to have lost my momentom and enthusiasm.
At this moment I'm listening to Kenny G and loving it, (but it's also a bit daunting).
I'm feeling pretty old to be learning something new like this from scratch, I never had the opportunity as a youngster but today I have to start it again, TODAY or never.
I have no music background at all and am finding that a bit strange,
Can anyone help, am I mad, or is this an acheivable dream.


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 Re: Old and New
Author: Gnomon 
Date:   2009-02-19 13:34

Sounds acheivable to me! You're never too old to learn the saxophone.

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 Re: Old and New
Author: Ljone 
Date:   2009-10-17 20:29

Hey,you can always do it when you give your full concentration and effort twowards that work!As you know everything is achievable an yeah,its true you''re not too old to learn the saxophone.

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