so nice to see you in my corner. Now there, you, too, prove that almost all writers are commonplace clarinetist. It is NOT easy to march
while one plays an tool wanting air/breath to produce sound. Breathing and blowing air into the tool have a rhythm of its own, after which you need to march on the beat in perfect line with anything!Now it really is an art on its own. Much easier to be a drum majorette. The members of our orchestra hated marching projects. And yet, it is such a great show!My son is a professional tuba player in one of our army bands. Marching while gambling an device is part of his JOB. So I know the pros and cons. Thanks on your generous remark :Another option that many buyers offer is a rent to own plan. If you're because this, you'll want to be very careful.