You can't blow it if you haven't lived it.
"Even if I could play like Wynton Marsalis, I wouldn't play like Wynton Marsalis."
Martin Committee (1956)
Connstellation 38B (1959)
LA Benge 3X (1970s)
Hans Hoyer G-10 Geyer Horn
Have you ever seen the shower on a cruise ship? We're not in a suite!
But, seriously, folks, I appreciate the advice about just being with my wife and I assure you I will not let the trumpet get between us, if you know what I mean!
'51 Olds Special
'26 King Liberty
All great stuff and I agree with dedicating the time to the wife. Although, what would I know? The several cruises I took were aboard big grey amphibious warships with a bunch of other stinky, short haired men...but the price was right! Just a thought...large ships have lots of spaces and lots of those spaces are sparsely populated and/or rarely used by the crew. Might ask the cruise line (or Julie, the cruise director) if they would allow you access to one of those areas to practice. I'd also bet most cruise ships have cabins for performers to rehearse and practice in. Can't hurt to ask. Would be nice to practice without a mute.
No comment. Really?
1949 Martin Committee Deluxe
Schilke 13a4a ( 80% )
Bach 7C ( 15% )
Bach 5V ( 5% )
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