Hypothetical question about horn section etiquette

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  1. Ed Kennedy

    Ed Kennedy Forte User

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  2. Branson

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    Only offer help if it is asked.
     
  3. Bwanabass

    Bwanabass Mezzo Piano User

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    I LOVE this! Having been in the studio playing bass with a number of groups, just looking at this list made me chuckle as I thought back to those sessions. I AM an OCD musician according to that checklist!
     
  4. kingtrumpet

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    He's a sax player at a high school and thought a High G would impress his students - he only encouraged us ADULTS TO DO THIS -- and unbeknownst to me, apparently KT here is the only one who has a chance at picking it off ((and I get picked on for missing it one day and not a little encouragement like "KT that High F sounded Awesome, a High G is yours, you can do this"
     
  5. kingtrumpet

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    One octave above the G on top off the staff (the sax player called it a double G
     
  6. kingtrumpet

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    Dude you best have your "A" game with you on the 10th, or maybe even your "B" game ROFL ROFL ROFL. -
     
  7. tobylou8

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    Sax player ..... :noway:
     
  8. mickvanflugel

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    No matter how high, a c can save lives - are you septic? ;-)
     
  9. gmonady

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    More like septical.
     
  10. mickvanflugel

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    Sorry for my grammer :-)
    Of course my little pun meant to allude to septic vs. sceptical.
     

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