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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by CHAMP, Aug 14, 2009.
Wait.... there's more than just trumpet?
I've got an idea Champ... post some playing so we can tear it apart.
Those Who Cast Stones at Others ...
Blessing Fanfare Trumpet SN# 339788 1984 XXIII Olympiad in Los Angeles: HornTrader
maybe i already have...maybe i'm the guy on the olympic fanfare video who pasted it...too bad the mic was in front of someone who was folding!!!
Welcome to the real world, with real live music and no autotune and no overdubbing.
I bet you go your whole life without playing anything perfectly.
Sorry...it was me! I'm working on it-
I do not envy anybody playing a herald trumpet (no real bell brace) with a flag attached (blowin in the wind). That waving flag is a PAIN for any embouchure! The player with the cracked last note had the best breath support however! LOUD and CLEAR.
We have often seen that you are repeating yourself
in various threads, but please don't start to repeat
yourself in the same thread!
I was at a party yesterday and came home seeing double (after playing double XX of course) and today I click/post double.
How convenient that my alter ego is at fault..............
A couple of weeks ago I was at the summer fesival in Stratford, Ontario to see West Side Story. Before the performance there was a brass quintet with a couple of herald trumpets (with the flags) playing in front of the theatre. I expected to hear some pleasant fanfares competently done. Instead I was treated to some really high-class playing, done with verve and excitement. It was really enjoyable to hear good musicians playing at a first rate level even in less than perfect conditions and on less than ideal instruments.