Tell me this is a joke

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  1. YoJoon

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    Also, the Rite of Spring has a muted picc part, if I'm not mistaken.
     
  2. coolerdave

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    give that dog a treat!!!!
     
  3. nieuwguyski

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    I asked a local trumpet player, who's played the show two or three times over the years, where he used the picc. He basically said, "wherever it makes things easier!" I liked that advice, so I followed it.
     
  4. wiseone2

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    Gee............I only played it about three or four hundred times :cool: I opened "Into the Woods" on Broadway.
    Wilmer
     
  5. nieuwguyski

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    I was aware of that, and I should have asked you on this forum. Honestly, I figured you would have told me to man up and play all the hard stuff on my C. Inasmuch as it was a budget community theater production and I was also covering the french horn book, I was happy to take any option to make things easier.
     
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    Sweet! Thanks!
     
  8. Kujo20

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    Claudio Roditi has also used a pic. in jazz, and he uses it with a harmon styled mute! On his album "Simpatico", it's the song Piccolo Blues. It's actually pretty cool!

    Kujo
     
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    I'm surprised no one has mentioned the "Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle" section of "Pictures at an Exhibition". That calls for muted picc also.

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