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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by LaTrompeta, Feb 4, 2016.
Do you know when this was? I swear, Maynard has a cult-like following. All trumpeters, of course.
Mnozil and guest, jamming in some Austrian bar.
Edit: Gets real interesting about two and a half minutes in. And see if they can ever finish it - hardly!
They got their start in a bar, if I recall properly.
I believe they did, yes. Please post more videos.
Ibrahim Maalouf does his quarter-note thing. Give it a while, this tune really builds slowly...
Great masterclass by Barbara Butler. Haven't even watched it yet -- but I had a lesson with her, and if the masterclass is as eye-opening as the lesson was, it will be great!
Edit: by the way - that channel has a bunch of masterclasses. Also the channel by Michael Cano has a bunch. They're all worth watching!
2007 I believe! That concert is a must see! Available on DvD
Yes! Those masterclasses are fun to watch.
Returning to the classic solo trumpet pieces, Mr. Vizutti's "variations on the Carneval of Venice" is a little different from the rest... (Again, wait for it...)
Then there's this powerful fanfare piece, featuring some great trumpet talents: Hans Gansch, Thomas Gansch, James Morrison. (Extremely sponsored by a certain brand of instruments, from their own brass festival.)
Listen and weep!