What was Wynyon's Equipment on Classic Wynton

Discussion in 'Orchestra / Solo / Chamber Music' started by Bach 1 1/4C Man, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. Bach 1 1/4C Man

    Bach 1 1/4C Man Pianissimo User

    Jun 10, 2004
    well on the cover and pictuers he is holding is monette RAJA
  2. trickg

    trickg Utimate User

    Oct 26, 2003
    Which cover to which album? On the "Baroque Music for Trumept and Orchestra" album he's holding what appears to be a Schilke Pic.
  3. trumpetpimp

    trumpetpimp Piano User

    Dec 6, 2003
    Classic Wynton is a compilation CD from several of his classical CD's.

    He used several different sets of equipment on several recording dates. As far as I know he uses a Schilke P5-4 for his Baroque stuff, a Schilke E3-L with a Bach C bell for the Haydn, and a customized decorated Monette Raja for his Bb. I don't think he started using the 993 until he started touring with Lincoln Center but I could be wrong. I remember seeing a picture of him recording Carnaval with Eastan and the cornet he was holding was a traditional English style, not the new Monette style. I know he uses a Monette B2 for his Bb but I'm not sure about his other horns.
  4. CJDJazzTpt

    CJDJazzTpt Pianissimo User

    May 31, 2004
    New Orleans, LA
    Dave Monette also let Wynton use a 'prototype' Eb trumpet on one of his recordings. And Wynton has a special-made Decorated C Cornet to use instead of a C Trumpet that is a Monette of course. He uses the Schilke picc.
  5. sublmbadfish

    sublmbadfish Pianissimo User

    Jul 9, 2004
    San Francisco, CA
    I think that before he used monette he use shilkie

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