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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by MJ, May 14, 2009.
YouTube - Geoffrey Gallante
Put on your headphones and LISTEN!
I wonder what he will be doing in 10 years and what he will look like...I don't know about Geoffrey, but you can see Michael Tambour when he was 10 years
YouTube - Ecole des fans Michael Tambour 04/1994
and few years later:
YouTube - Michael Tambour et les Triplettes
YouTube - Michael Tambour
The more he grew, the smaller his trumpet became
Who is this kids teacher?
I don't know about Goeff, but the man with Michael on the first video (where he plays Ave Maria) is Bernard Soustrot.
There is another thread going about natural ability vs. hard work.
This is a perfect example of natural ability - especially at age 8! Without continued hard work, this natural ability will never be brought to true fulfillment, but I believe these young fellows will reach their full potential.
Wow! I thought I was good, but this makes me feel like an inadequate player. I just started three years ago, now I wish I would've started at that age. What a fantastic little boy, all I can say is...
Geoffrey is 9 now and doing Harry James. This is the first I heard of this kid and was blown away. Check out Geof doing "I heard that song before"
YouTube - Geoffrey Gallante, "Been a Long Long Time"
Play close attention at the 2:36 mark. Just love his mannerisms.
I did a You Tube search on his name and came up with a video entitled "Merry Christmas from Geoff and Family" where he plays piano. I don't know which he is more proficient at, the cornet or the piano. This kid is going to be a super star some day.
Or, he might get bored with it and decide he wants to go play football. It happens.
Kid definitely has some ability, but at the moment he's mostly mimicking something or someone else.