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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by drac, Mar 29, 2004.
No one has asked me to play for them yet.
Ha. Now we know better than that Stuart.
they have asked --- YOU JUST DID NOT RECOGNIZE IT!!! ---- you see, when people ask --"are you a trumpet player????" --- that is an open invitation to say ---- YES, and check this out ((((this is when you play something for them))) --
I work at the local ACE Hardware part time nights and weekends for my second job. Today a customer recognised me as a member of the Americana Band that played a polka gig for a winery/brewery recently. It warms my heart that someone (cute female) would remember this face. Now that made my day!!!! Best wishes.
I don't mind a thread being long when it has useful content, and I for one am frequently caught on the hop when asked to play something.
The day after one of my gigs I was talking to somebody who had heard us play -- he was very enthusiastic about the great band which I was happy to hear. Then he asked me did I know anybody in the band! Oh well.
Over 11,000 posts BigDub.... Get crackin!
Actually my 6 year old grandson brought me his starter piano book and asked if I could play the songs for him, I think I did to his satisfaction.
No mean feat playing polyphonic piano music on the trumpet!
His starter book only used one finger at a time on the right hand, no left. Polyphonics I can do a little on French Horn but not on trumpet. I had a friend whose party piece was to play "Abide With Me" in 2 part harmony on French Horn.