I played piano for a while, but... Ah, I was alright at it, with work, but certainly not a natural like some of my friends that play instruments that just have that talent. I just don't have it. I can't sing either. MAN 2:
Our daughter does. She's very musical, so she's very involved with choirs and she plays the piano. WOMAN 1: Used to
, yes. Yes, I used to play American mountain music. Dulcimer, autoharp and 5-string banjo. Wow. Yeah. But I've given that up
in the last, what, 10 years or so, yes. Only for fun now. MAN 3:
Yeah. I play nine instruments - guitar, bass, drums, flute, percussion... Piano. WOMAN 2:
I do a little bit of bass and singing. MAN 3:
And keyboards. WOMAN 3:
Yeah, I do, but, you know, not really that well. WOMAN 4:
No, I'm very unmusical. I tried to play the piano for a long time. And I can play but I cannot read the music. I never was able to learn that, but I can hear it really well. I just can't, kind of, learn the academic side of it. And I...yeah, I tried to sing for a while and that was never any good either, so I just appreciate. I don't go there myself.
MAN 4: No, unfortunately. I always wanted to.
MAN 5: My background is in opera. So that's what I used to sing a lot. But I don't do that anymore.
WOMAN 5: Morgan's a drummer so...and I usually join in with the dancing. We've got a friend out there who's
a belly dancer and she usually gets everybody up dancing and singing along and clapping. MAN 3:
The sitar was beautiful, the Japanese drums. Everything so far - I give 100 points to the festival. WOMAN 2:
The Korean drums. MAN 3:
They were Korean? Yeah. I stand corrected. Have a good day.