Try the veal!
Try the veal!
Stop acting like someone shot your dog.
Yes Chuck, I AM laughing.
High F? Easy - just push your slide in.
Give the part to the kid
What...........you're the kid
I remember when I was the stunt man in the section and the principal guy was having coffee in the lounge.
Channel Doc on that lick............. NAIL THAT SUCKER!
Be sure Brain is engaged before putting Mouthpiece in gear.
Yee-Haw, get 'em Manny. The highest concert rep note I've seen is the Eb... It's nice to see composers starting to use more. One needs to be an all around player now a days... A little lead, some solo, nice legit chops, etc. Try not to hurt the 90 year olds in the audience with their aids turned up.
The task of the modern educator is not to cut down jungles, but to irrigate deserts.
-C. S. Lewis
Life is about learning; when you stop learning, you die. -Tom Clancy
And the seven angels which had the seven trumpets prepared themselves to sound.
Buncha friggin' wise guys is what we got here, that's all...
Chuck, where in the flamin' hootie hoo do you come up with these pictures you post?
Nah, Glenn, no broadcast... it's not a subscription show, it's part of our casual classics concert.
Here's the best part: when I got to that passage I noticed that next to the lick was the instruction was written that it should be played with harmon mute, stem out!
After muttering various and sundry "Yo mama"s under my breath and one "Vaya te pa'el carajo", I held the mute up, looked at Miller and said "Sorry, no way, David". He was fine with it but the singer was the one who figured out that was used was the plunger, he just didn't know what the name of it was.
I'm looking forward to it but today's practice is gonna on the light side. The Program?
Coronation March by Tchaikovsky
Music for a Great City by Copland
A Woman is a Sometime thing by Gershwin
Central Park in the dark by Ives
Excerpt from "On The Waterfront" by Bernstein
Three Spirituals by three different composers
Blur by Todd Levin
New Era Dance by Aaron Kernis
Yeah, it's a busy show but I've got Doug to play the first two spirituals for me. If you live in town, it's tonight and tomorrow night.
Hey, just thought of something for fun:
The program is about New York City and the music inspired by that. The first person to write in and tell us correctly why the Tchaikovsky is on the program gets a free meal at ITG. Deal? Start digging!
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