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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by xjb0906, Jan 20, 2013.
Dave, what was the tint of her hair color?
gmonady - not touching that one, wife is a true blond in every sense, has two 4 yr. degrees, very smart but on some issues absolutely no sense. will erase this post in the near future. I know that "Someone to Watch Over Me" is popular at receptions but throwing it out since the bride was looking for non-tradional tunes. I to would beg out of this ordeal, sounds like a no-win situation --- Good Luck [you'll need it]
p.s. my middle daughter reqested "Butterfly Kisses" in the music before the processional, when I looked up the words it made me get teary eyed.
You have no Medical Evidence to base that comment on.
You got me on this one. My perspective is base on too many jokes in the physician's lounge.
Played a few bars of Clifford Brown's Daahoud for a few mates last Saturday.
Got this blank stare in return for my efforts.
The more I see you
Dream a little dream
Got the "Didn't know you could play so well" look and on top of that a Gin & Tonic induced standing ovation.
Thank goodness they liked the easy stuff as I would have been under serious pressure if the opposite had happened.
There you have it folks... another testimony to the power of the Gin & Tonic. It MUST be true? Right?
Miss Non-traditional has decided for me to play Here comes the bride and fanfare and Trumpet Voluntary for her music. Doesn't get more traditional than this. The rest of her music will be canned. The only challenge now is to make it sound nice with no accompaniment.
That could a real challenge
Can anyone help with sheet music for the Fanfare intro on this video?
You can always wait and see whether that lady is so sure about marrying at all... I've had a few of the kind, and two out of three cancelled the wedding...