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Playing the bassoon is multi-faceted, from reed making, to wearing harnesses and seat straps, and even making a ‘crow’ sound! Garrett McQueen will offer a demonstration and exploration of the bassoon with a piece-by-piece look at each part of the instrument, a comparison of bassoons old and modern, and a made-from-home bassoon performance!
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About the Schubert Club Music Museum
Learn about musical instruments from around the world at the newly renovated Schubert Club Music Museum! Opening June 10, 2021; Always FREE Admission
EXPLORE, DISCOVER and CREATE music in the Music Makers Zone! Here you will have opportunities to interact with instruments from across the globe. Be blown away by an instrument “tornado” – whirling with sounds from around the world. Get inside the beat as you clatter and clang along the Wall of Percussion. Try your hand at the keyboard instruments and learn to play! Come make music and learn how music is made!
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Schubert Club’s keyboard collection – from 16th century spinets to iconic 20th century electro-mechanical keyboards. Explore the history and development of these instruments through the stories of their inventors, builders, and musicians. Always FREE admission
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This program will be available to stream on the date of the performance on this page, our Youtube page, and on our Facebook page. Please contact us at 651-292-3268 or at email@example.com if you have any questions about our virtual programs.
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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.