Something different from Arturo Sandoval

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Dan Gosling, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. Dan Gosling

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  2. Brekelefuw

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    I am a sucker for soloists with strings. Sounded great.
     
  3. tedh1951

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    How nice is that!
     
  4. eisprl

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    anybody notice that it was a Hub Van Laar "ACK" Flugel sititng on the chair??? Boo ya! Arturo's playing that now? I'd just like to say that I officially started playing that horn before it was cool ;) lol
     
  5. rettepnoj

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    It's the Oiram trumpet too....NICE horns! Can't wait...three months to go..:-)
     
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  7. NickD

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    He sounds fantastic - a true trumpet master. he looks and sounds as though he is having the time of his life. How cool is that?!!! Thanks for sharing both clips.

    Peace!

    Nick
     
  8. Rich Wetzel

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    Thanks for posting this, Arturo sounds absolutely awesome!

    I had the privilege of hanging with Arturo for a couple days and having him play with us about a month ago. He told me he was going to LA to record with strings, some gorgeous ballad stuff. I can hardly wait for it to come out!

    Back to the concert he did with us, it was incredible. His tone was huge, gorgeous, he played Laura and Brazil with us. The most amazing chops, great phrasing, and his sound, I can't even put it into words. It was like his overtones had overtones, just huge and beautiful.

    Thanks again for posting those videos!
     

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