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Mountain Ocarinas; Quality durable inline ocarinas
Topic Started: 20 Nov 2009, 04:02 PM (38,255 Views)
mikona
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I got a set of the two polycarb ocarinas for Christmas this year. I've been playing with them a bit. It didn't take me too long to learn the fingerings, since they're fairly similar to transverse... it's just messing with me a bit with how to play an F#, when I switch between ocarinas. They're quite fun though!
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mikona
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Double negatives are weird, especially since Italian allows them, right? Any additional negatives are just specifiers, really. I think... But yeah, in English, odd numbers of negatives mean not, and even numbers mean yes. Although to be perfectly correct you should only have one negative...
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mikona
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I got something right for once! I've been trying to learn Italian for a while now, but I don't do a great job...

Anyway, something on topic... I still love the polycarbonates I got for Christmas, although occasionally I find it hard to cover the holes completely compared to my other ocarinas.
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