How would I be able to teach students how to play instruments and become a band teacher?

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I live in a small town called Clendenin. I can play the following instruments; bass and regular clarinet, flute, piccolo, trumpet, baritone, sax, trombone, piano, key board, and guitar (acoustic and electric). I would love to teach elementary students how to play or even become a band teacher. How would I accomplish this?

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Answer by cjvw622
You need to get a university or college degree in music and then take a teacher training course.
You don’t say if you’re a student or an adult. In some areas adults with skills can offer private lessons or organize an after school band activity (for which the students pay a fee) Budget cuts in our area have made orchestra and band impossible for now, so one of the mothers who plays violin organized a string orchestra. The children pay a fee and she uses the music room after school for lessons and rehearsals.

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HELP! PLEASE ANSWER! my band and i are covering train kept a rollin (aerosmith) i have an important question?

Question by jen gockman: HELP! PLEASE ANSWER! my band and i are covering train kept a rollin (aerosmith) i have an important question?
ok i need some help on the solos, basically im just improvising off a the g pentatonic scales becasue its in G. my phrasing is really bad, if you have any advice please tell me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS!! (this is really critical because we are playing in front of multiple crowds and im the worst player because im the lead singer and im more concentrated on that but i dont want to sound like the worst improviser) THANKS AGAIN!!

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Answer by Billy Monster
If you can’t hit the note right just practice the line in different notes til you get it right and make it your own, it’s not improvising that way either.

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Band saw or scroll saw?

Question by x98lbwuss: Band saw or scroll saw?
I am making some toy “name trains” and I need to know what tool will suit me best. I am cutting letters out of 1x (3/4) stock. Probably poplar or pine. What should I buy and any suggestions on brands or models?

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Answer by aussie
the top of the line scroll saws are Hedgner or RBI

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And the band played on (G scale)

And the band played on (G scale)
g scale trains
Image by The Brain Toad
The Great Train Expo 2008, a model railroad show that travels coast to coast at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, California on November 29th, 2008

This setup had plenty of fun details that I didn’t capture, mainly because of the crowds around it. Garden scale really allows for some fun