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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by RichJ, May 10, 2010.
duplicate post....damn why can't I actually delete my post here ?
Clam right near the beginning, enjoy it. Also-the fifth from last note is ugly flat.
Trumpet Jazz When the Saints Come Marching In‏ - YouTube
Since others are brave enough, I suppose I can be as well.
From a concert 3 years ago. Trumpet solo about 3:40 in is me.
Variations on a Korean Folk Song‏ - YouTube
Schilke B1 and probably a GR e65M. Still use the Schilke and now use a GR e65C*, which has more cup volume and a larger backbore.
This is a community band. Some excellent players, some not so good. Intonation is a problem. The stage is very small and it is difficult to seat everyone and the acoustics are even more difficult. Our outside summer facilities are wonderful. (Except for the mind melting heat for those of us in the back of the brick shell this summer).
Here's a clip from a new project we will be releasing soon. This is an edit with just the instrumental section. WARNING: this is definitely not jazz!
Fox inst edit.wav - 4shared.com - music and mp3 sharing - download
Let me know if this link doesn't work, thanks.
Oops. Wrong forum.
stevesf Very nice sound. Love the tone on your horn. Great balance with the band, that's gotta be you (not the band) controlling the balance. Again - Wow (sax player is cool too). What college band is this?
Thanks it was CSU Hayward (now called CSU East Bay) circa 1994.
I did it in one take in the iso booth. I had to re do ending because of miss entry of the band. Can't hardly tell.
I enjoyed your clip very much. Good band too.
Years ago, my father had a music store on B st. Did you ever go in there?
Many times....wow small world
also a great micro brew down that way
Los Compadres just a block away on C st. was a regular hang out too....great Mexican food