Musical instruments

Write down three wind instruments and three string instruments. Which instrument would you like to play?


Valentaval

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Yesterday my friend told me about Alfred Sax - the inventor of saxophone. He was really very unlucky man. At the age of two he fell from the second floor window and fractured his skull. When he was 6 he mistakenly drank boric acid. When he was 11 he got the measles and was in coma for 9 days. When he was 19, a brick fell on his Alfred was seriously injured. At the age of 23 he nearly died because of the spoilted wine.
At the age of 29 he invented saxophone. In five months before obtaining the patent, Alfred lost a court case - he was accused of froud and falsification. Remained the court's decision which states that "the musical instrument called saxophone doesn't exist and can't exist". Many years of intrigues and litigations eventually ruined the company (a family company which produced musical instruments) and ruined the health of the talented master. Alfred died very poor..... Unbelievable...

Yesterday my friend told me about Alfred Sax - the inventor of saxophone. He was really a very unlucky man. At the age of two, he fell down from the second floor window and fractured his skull. When he was 6 he mistakenly drank boric acid. When he was 11, he got the measles and was in coma for 9 days. When he was 19, a brick fell on him and Alfred was seriously injured. At the age of 23, he nearly died because of the spoilted wine. At the age of 29, he invented saxophone. Five months before obtaining the patent, Alfred lost a court case - he was accused of fraud and falsification. Remained the court's decision which states that "the musical instrument called saxophone doesn't exist and can't exist". Many years of intrigues and litigations eventually ruined the company (a family company which produced musical instruments) and ruined the health of the talented master. Alfred died very poor..... Unbelievable...

Very, very good job!

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Yesterday my friend told me about Alfred Sax - the inventor of the saxophone. He was really a very unlucky man. At the age of two he fell from a second floor window and fractured his skull. When he was 6 he mistakenly drank boric acid. When he was 11 he got the measles and was in a coma for 9 days. When he was 19, a brick fell on him and Alfred was seriously injured. At the age of 23 he nearly died because of some spoiled wine. At the age of 29 he invented the saxophone. Five months before obtaining the patent, Alfred lost a court case - he was accused of fraud and falsification. The court's decision remains which states that "the musical instrument called a saxophone doesn't exist and can't exist". Many years of intrigues and litigation eventually ruined the company (a family company which produced musical instruments) and ruined the health of its talented master. Alfred died very poor..... Unbelievable...

 

Excellent!