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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by lonelyangel, Oct 28, 2010.
Just heard the news. So sad - can't find the words right now. Move over Gabriel...
Very sad news Noel. Thanks for letting us know.
Sorry to hear that. He was one of the greats for many years. Saw and heard him when he played with the Brass Band of Battle Creek a couple of years ago.
Sad news. The few exchanges I had with him (he gave me a lesson to replace Rod Franks when he was in hospital, and I was happy enough to observe a rehearsal of London Brass) were enjoyable and real learning experiences. He was not only an amazing musician, but a very nice person. R.I.P. MM!
A true gent and an amazing player. RIP Maurice
When/Where did you hear this terrible news?? So so sad, a massive loss.
I woke up this morning to a Tweet from the LSO announcing the news. 'Tis a very sad day. RIP Maurice.
I remember hearing him play the Haydn with t'Halle band years ago then play first in "Pictures" with the proverbial cigar lit ! It was a momentous month-I'd just been given a tape of Maurice Andre playing the Haydn...undoubtedly two of the best ever.
It is really bizarre. I was watching LSO's phenomenal performance of Prokofiev's "Dance of the Knights" last night before I went to bed.