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)
  2. Some other such method

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

    26 vote(s)
  1. oj

    oj Pianissimo User

    Sep 9, 2005
    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 is a virtual host)

  2. oj

    oj Pianissimo User

    Sep 9, 2005

    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.

  3. Sofus

    Sofus Forte User

    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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