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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Patric_Bernard, Dec 19, 2007.
Virkelig bra! Ikke bare blÃ¥serekka, hele gjengen
Nice video !!!
Takk and Thanks.
Hyggelig med nordmenn her da..
Har vÃ¦rt her en stund. Mange fine og finurlige folk i alle retninger,
men det er ogsÃ¥ en god del tips Ã¥ ta med seg innimellom.
De er til tider ganske lette Ã¥ trekke opp.
Ja ihvertfall om vi skriver mer norsk her nÃ¥.
Pleier som regel Ã¥ vÃ¦re en eller annen som prÃ¸ver Ã¥ oversette pÃ¥ Google.
GÃ¥r sjelden bra.... deretter kommer det som regel en melding om lutefisk av
en eller annen grunn...
Here are two I posted in another thread last month.They are a couple of fairly raw audio cuts that will be on our (Olde Towne Brass) new CD. I'm playing an 1870 rotary valve Bb cornet. There's also an Eb (among other instruments) playing, so I'm the one on the lower cornet parts (sometimes harmony, sometimes melody). I have a nice little solo near the end of each piece. Original 19th century horns and music.
FQS - Putfile.com - Fireman's Quickstep
CQS - Putfile.com - Centennial Quickstep
Wilmer, Thanks for this. I didn't even know that this had been done. It's great for young guys like me to have chance to see sessions like this. A wonderful glimpse into the scene, and into Bernstein himself!
Lets see if this works. . .
This is me playing the Adagio from Rodrigo's Concerto de Aranjuez with the Danbury Brass Band. I forget the arranger. The conductor is Alan Raph.
I think next time I'll use less vibrato, a little is nice, but I think I overdid it.
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