Well if you're going to teach someone the triangle, Naomi, it probably IS best to start off with the triangle. ;-) :lol: :lol:Naruco said:There is an art to playing the triangle... I'm teaching drummergurl later, I'll start off with triangle I think; see how she gets on
No idea!! however ye may scoff, but the right note in the wrong place is a WRONG NOTE :twisted: :twisted:Flugelatbr said:This one is sure to swell a few heads. So who is thebest traingle player at the moment? you must take into consideration the technical demands and tonal quality of the instrument and who plays it the best.
Try playing a decent tune on a guitar........ (meeeeeeeeOOOOOOWWWWWWWWwwwww!) ;-)Will the Sec said:Vision On, circa 1975
The Burbs (for the younger viewer, these were thought bubbles that "talked" to each other)
Burb 1: I play the guitar. It's very hard you know.
Burb 2: The triangle's harder.
Burb 1: What? How do you work that out?
Burb 2: You try playing a tune on a triangle.....
Referring to an earlier comment I made on this thread, is there a practice mute similar to the Silent Brass available for NASA-esque triangles? (What do you mean, 'Yup, it's called the rubbish bin'????)Keppler said:Laugh ye not... Our triangle looks like it was designed by NASA, and pings most eloquently when struck correctly. Wanted to play it, but was demoted to cornet instead. If I work up through the ranks of the sponge section, then I may get another go...
Here's another Payn-esque (or 'Payn'ful!) thread in the offing.PeterBale said: