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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by adonis74, Feb 20, 2007.
I agree with VB. Violists are hirsute period, especially the women. Why is that?
Chuck, I hope you realize my entire reply to this question was ment to be humorous...my God, we all know women are great drivers, especially when they're putting on make-up or yaking on the cell phone. I would shave my beard for your woman also lucky man!..........................crowmadic
OK, it's a stretch because trumpets aren't involved. Females and facial hair are, however. I wonder if she plays viola?
Wasn't Smooshi with "Seals, Croft and Young?"
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Like a mouthpiece, or even weighted bottom caps for your trumpet - the moustache is a tweek for your playing. It increases the density of your upper lip, making it a better match for a "heavy" trumpet. Mendez kept his small because he wanted a brighter sound!
If you play outdoors in the cold, it is a collection point for the frozen moisture coming out of your nose - thus keeping the top of the mouthpiece ice free!
1980-No comment needed!
Aha! Facial hair does create great players (and conductors).
Haaaa! Good one!
Now I'm starting to have flashbacks..... Woodstock, Ken Keasey, Scott McKenzie, Barry Saddler (sp?), the Doors, Strawberry Alarm Clock..... aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.