Glossary of Obscure Trumpet Terms and Slang

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Sethoflagos, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. gmonady

    gmonady Utimate User

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    If testosterone enhanced playing is considered a medical condition, than that is indeed the condition my condition is in.
     
  2. Rapier

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    I suppose at your age, you are on testosterone supplements. Which explains a lot.
     
  3. gmonady

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    Well I guess if you are considering having a wonderful mate as a supplement, then guilty as charged sir, guilty as charged. Remember I am a hot blooded gypsy. We are the Universal sink for testosterone, and all the passion that goes with it.
     
  4. gmonady

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    For those reading Rapier and my comments, we have not gone of track, we are demonstrating the most important Glossary of All things that are Trumpet:

    Tooting our Own Horn

    They even have an icon for this: :play:
     
  5. Reedman1

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    Is there a word for the liquid discharge from the water key? Please don't say "spit", because that's not true.
     
  6. Vulgano Brother

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    Kondenswasser. It is German for condensation, but musical terms in German sound more serious.
     
  7. Sethoflagos

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    It is what we call it

    PS congrats VB on making it into 5 figures!
     
  8. Reedman1

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    I was hoping for something more like "rain in the cellos" or "drizzle" or "spritz".
     
  9. lipnutz

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    Luv it. Thanks.
     
  10. tobylou8

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    How about Hornschnoght? Kinda Germanic and it kinda rolls off the tongue (and down the lead pipe :cool:)!!
     

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