If you ever played in the orchestra at your school, you'll know just how much of a test this is.
More than a hundred pupils at a secondary school in Swansea have been given the challenge of learning an instrument in just two months, ready to perform in a two hour concert at the end of it.
It's all part of an attempt to boost music provision in the city.
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