How many of you use "tounge controlled embrochure" and such?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by HSOtrumpet1, Aug 8, 2009.

How do YOU play your trumpet?

  1. Tounge-controlled embrochure

    5 vote(s)
    14.7%
  2. Some other such method

    3 vote(s)
    8.8%
  3. Doing nothing other than putting your own embrochure on the trumpet and blowing

    26 vote(s)
    76.5%
  1. oj

    oj Pianissimo User

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    No, but there could have been times when the site was down this summer.
    (The server is virtual, running on a VMWare farm. And the website abel.hive.no is a virtual host)

    Ole
     
  2. oj

    oj Pianissimo User

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    Sep 9, 2005
    Norway
    Sofus,

    It was not me that had a piccolo. Ole Edvard Antonsen played piccolo there....+ probably several others...

    Btw, I played in the large group lead by Ed. Tarr - it was from the the newly discovered Charamela Real.

    I also remember showing Herseth that I had a white LP - the CSO Brass Quintets (Herseth & Schilke on trumpet) first recording from the early 1950ies. He was very impressed that the LP had reached his fathers old country.

    I arranged a mini seminar with John Taber (principal trpt in Holland) - he was a Stamp student and showed us all the Stamp stuff. It was before it was made into a book by BIM.

    In Elverum, when Harry Kvebaek (great Norwegian trumpeter) played the "Faebodpsalm", Bud Herseth had tears in his eyes.

    It was a great trumpet event, that summer in 1977 with Bud & Co.

    Ole
     
  3. Sofus

    Sofus Forte User

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    Jul 26, 2008
    Didn´t we ALL, friend, didn´t we ALL?!
    My God, was that BEAUTIFUL!

    Had no idea that Herseth´s ancestors
    came from Norway, but you have produced
    some good players there for sure!
     

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