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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by drac, Mar 29, 2004.
Ornette Coleman's "Lonely Woman" then (if I'm not already fired) some impro on B flat blues.
I Remember Clilfford.
What better way to demonstrate the trumpet than playing a tribute to one of the best, that was played by one of the best - Lee Morgan.
Its only the kids at school that ask at the moment and i cant play much so its, usually a bit of harry potter, or little donkey, or i just talk to them with the trumpet call and answer fashion. they seem to like it. (maybe they are just very polite)
YouTube - West End Blues - Louis Armstrong
I play whatever is in the case closest to me. Currently that is my cornetto.
OMG, I havent played this in ages
only concierto remained in my repertoire, since I moved more on the classical side
nowadays I play mostly airs form operas, mostly verdi, la donna e mobile -rigoletto , libiamo ne'lieti calici -traviata
Stardust in "C"
I find something "big-Band era" satisfys the curious. Wonderland by Night, or Hoagies " starlight Melody."
Classical- Stravinsky's Petrushka
Jazz- Scrapple from the Apple
Commercial- You Made Me Love You (as done by Harry James)
Religious- The Lords Prayer starting at the “ For Thine is the Kingdom, and the power and the glory, for ever, and so forth.
Dixieland- Royal Garden Blues
Big band- trumpet solo from String of Pearls
Bridge Clubs- What a Wonderful World as done by Pops
Brass Quintets- Fugue subject from Bach’s Contrapuntus IX
Jam session- Don’t Get Around Much Anymore