Your first flourish?

Jun 6, 2008
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1st Flourish

Mine was Static. Took me a couple of weeks to get it at the speed I wanted to do it at.

John
 
Sep 2, 2007
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La Crescenta, CA
Charlier and Thumb Cuts were the first cuts I learned, and the Sybil was the first two-handed cut. I gave up on the Thumb Cut because my thumbs were too short, but I picked it up now (two and a half years later) after my thumbs got longer. Sounds weird, but it's true.
 
Sep 2, 2007
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My first flourish ever was the Charlier Cut, but my first more "advanced" flourish was False Sybil - which is still one of my favorite flourishes to this day.

Cheers,
JTM
 
Dec 10, 2007
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Texas
My first flourish was, like Jack The Magician, the Charlier Cut.
My first two-handed cut was the Jackson Five.
Although I don't count the Jackson Five a flourish itself; I consider it a "sequence of flourishes"
Madonna 3, Sybilism, Skatercut, etc.
Well, that was the first sequence I learned.

-Eugene
 
Jul 25, 2008
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Upstate New York
believe it or not, my first flourish was 7axophone, my friend learned it and taught me right away, and I got it down with a lot of practicing...But my first "flourish" that was easy or barley even considered a flourish was charlier cut
 
May 10, 2008
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I think most of our's was a charlier cut, including mine.

My first 2 handed flourish was sybil. Now im obsessed with it and making variations to it.
 
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