Woo Hoo Back in the saddle again

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Cornyandy, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. tedh1951

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    Played 'That's a Plenty' today at a performance - hell those little black things come up quickly don't they.
     
  2. Cornyandy

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    Especially first time you see them, my eyes are still crossed (looks for cross eyed smiley but I know you can provide Ted)
     
  3. BigDub

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    This post does not qualify for the endorsement of his editor. That concludes my statement at this time.
     
  4. BachStrad1

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    Woo-Hoo!!! Well done, you! Great feeling, isn't it? Had a comparable night myself on Friday. Dance Band gig, our main lead was out with kidney stones and I had to take the lead..."It's the Talk of the Town" made the lead sax player turn around to stare with his mouth open and ask who played it. Really? Satisfying and infuriating at the same time. I must admit, I did sound a bit like Harry James. Keep swingin', man!
     
  5. Dale Proctor

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    Shameless plug for our upcoming concert...:oops:

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  6. Cornyandy

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    Just been perusing the Huntsville band website, I love the Aaack Harold the Angel is Singing medly. I am interested in the use of French Horns as we don't use them in a British Band, our horn sound is from the Flugel and the Tenor horns. I'm just curious as to the thinking behind this. I do like the Huntsville Sound.

    Cheers

    A
     
  7. Rapier

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    The drummer on the left is a mate of mine, and it's not often I'd admit to knowing ANY Welshmen.
     
  8. Dupac

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    Beth ydych chi'n ei ddweud?
     
  9. Rapier

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    French Horns?? French???? And they dare to use the name ''Brass band''? They should be ashamed of themselves. :cool:
     

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