Olivia doesn’t have the lung capacity to go head-to-head against an electric guitar. And any brass or woodwind player will tell you, lung capacity is half the battle.
QUICK JOHN! TRY SUMMONING A BASS GUITAR! THAT’LL BEAT MUSTARD-STAIN!
Dat oxygen bar.
But G.I. Joe always taught me that knowing was half the battle, and the remaining half was composed of red lasers and blue lasers.
I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO BELIEVE.
Can I just say that I love the concept for this page? This is the reason why I could not play recorder as a small child. Well, that and I was convinced I had to breathe after every note.
Hahahaha, that’s great. Especially funny to me because I play tuba, which takes more air than most instruments. If I have to play as loud as I possibly can, I have to breathe after every note too.
And yet on bassoon its like 10 measures of steady breathlessness because all my air goes into a tiny double reed =D Bassoon win? I think so
I think percussion is hardest to breathe for. It takes a lot of air to make that drum make a single sound. I think we can all agree on that. You gotta blow hard to make any percussion instrument make a sound. Except for wind chimes.
Hey Brian, guess what?
I can make subtle and exaggerated changes in dynamics on my instrument.
…wait how does she not have circular breathing?
“You’re right Johnidas”
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