Oh no. I know a lot of very tasty female cornet players, but only the lovely Alison on trumpet.
''I'm nearly as good as I need to be,
but not nearly as good as I'd like to be".
~Wild Thing Trumpet~ Eclipse Enigma Trumpet ~
~Kanstul 1525 Flugel ~ Smith Watkins K2 Cornet ~
~ Besson Bugle ~ JP152 C Trumpet ~
She's the best-looking trumpet player I've seen in a while--and oh yeah, she can play.
Instruments: 1974 Bach Strad 180S-37, standard leadpipe
Late 1960's Bach Strad 239 CML C trumpet
2012 Schilke B5
ACB pocket trumpet (Thanks, Trent!!)
1959 Holton Collegiate trumpet
1942 Conn 80A Victor cornet
Sonora double French horn
There used to be a video on Youtube of her playing the Gigue in a church. I fell in love with music that very moment. In all seriousness. Yes, to be fair, she is pretty. But, if you look at how the music industry packages muscians, they play that up at every opportunity, both male and female. Sex sells. As a matter of fact, my friends wife is a major executive of a beer company. Her first meeting the CEO said, "make no mistake about it, what we are selling sex and the possibility of sex, not beer."
There is so much good in the worst of us,
And so much bad in the best of us,
That it hardly behooves any of us
To talk about the rest of us.
Edward Wallis Hoch, Marion (Kansas) Record
(1849 - 1925)
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