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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by dbacon, Dec 21, 2003.
Richard Steffen-Austin Peay
I will put some more europeans...
Rod Franks - great teacher, great and pleasant personality...just a bit difficult to get him to teach
James Watson - RAM
Gabor Tarkovi: Berlin. If you want to go orchestral He is the man!
Anthony Plogg:Freiburg im Breisgau
Reinhold Friedrich: Karlsruhe
Roman Rindeberger (Mnozil Brass) - he is the funniest trumpet teacher I have ever seen. Quite fun to learn trumpet with. However, prepare to sing and box if you are going to get lessons from him
Robert Rotter (another Mnozil member) - another funny teacher, though not as crazy during lessons as Roman
Erich Rinner: Innsbruck
Jean-Francois MICHEL: Fribourg & Geneva
Claude Rippas: Zurich
Any living teachers to mention for french people from Paris ? since Pierre Thibaud is dead from 2004...
Charlie Porter via Skype in Oregon is truly a good teacher personable and takes his time explanating things about good emboucher.Anthony
In Paris: Guy Touvron. Ibrahim Maalouf. Many more...
In Lyon: Pierre Dutot, Bernard Soustrot.
I went to school with Scott Thornburg's kids. I actually attend WMU.
How about in London or better still in Cambridge / Norwich? Please....
Why is it I always cringe whenever I hear equipment thrown around?
Maybe it's just me, but equipment is maybe 10% (if that) of your sound - and any musician should be able to make even the "worst" equipment (e.g., student Bundy) sound great.
Edit: for the record - I'm not bashing a student Bundy horn - which is why the word "worst" is in quotes.
Yes, a competent musician can make any horn sound good, but some horns are a lot more work than others. It is a point of interest only.
For a "point of interest," it's still thrown around an awful lot (e.g., in signatures, epitaphs, forums, etc.).
For myself (and I'm sure most of the folks on this forum), I have way less interest in what I play, and way more interest in how I play, which is always "I could do better."