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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by dangeorges, Apr 13, 2012.
The roll he picked up at his last gig
Marshall B, Levy S. Microbial contamination of musical wind instruments. Int J Environ Health Res. 2011 Aug;21(4):275-85.
... or flogged from the sound man.
I've got it figured out now. Since microbes find formaldehyde not to their liking, we should flush our horns with the stuff after we finish playing, and, just as a precaution and perhaps prevention, we should rinse our mouths out with formaldehyde before we play. That should do wonders for halitosis, too! Whaddaya think?
Good idea. Why not just keep the horn in a jar of formaldehyde? It'll preserve it, too. If you had a few of them, it would look like Dr. Frankenstein's music studio.
better tape for silver horns