Last edited by bumblebee; 11-24-2011 at 04:15 PM. Reason: Replaced "volume" with "area"
Wonder if anyone got any sound clips. Airmen of Note are top notch. We get them here in Montgomery each year right before Christmas. A free concert (donation of food for food bank) and you get to hear a fabulous group. The neat thing about the military is you have a band full of excellent top muscians that get to play together day after day after day (unlike nonmilitary bands that often form for a number of months tour -next tour will be different guys). And there is that military discipline. :) Oh yeah, I forgot. Buddy Rich.
Olds Supers, LA (1953), Ful. (1962)
Olds Recording, LA (1952)
Olds Studio, LA (1953)
Olds Special, Ful. (1964)
Olds Ambassador, LA (1954)
Olds Ambassador, Ful. (1973)
Bach Strads 37-(1967, 1970, 1974, 1982)
Bach Strad 72 MLV (1973), 72* (1982)
Kanstul 1500 (2002), 1502 (2008), 1503 (2002)
Kanstul 1537 (2007)
Kanstul Chicago (2000)
Kanstul 1510 C
King Liberty (1929,1929)
King Liberty 2 (1938, 1944)
King Liberty 2b (1950)
J.H. Darby 45 USA
Holton (Revelation) 1924
Kanstul 1525 Flugelhorn
I wonder if he still wears these? BVD underwear commercial 1989 - YouTube
Marcinkiewicz CG 470 Bach 3C
Buzz City Brass
StarDusters Big Band
Hahahaha .... Hey, that's some good math. It's pretty hard to argue with a scientfically derived snapshot of someone's entire career. 2 + 2 still equals 4, doesn't it??? Good job.
Now, kids, don't try this at home. Plotting your own graph can be a little depressing ...
Trumpets are for extroverts - Lee Morgan
Doc's success has come from practice, constant practice.
Funny thing is all the greats, Herseth (whom Doc once said in a radio interview was the greatest trumpeter alive), Doc, Vizzutti, McNab, Mendez, Andre', etc. all constantly practiced. They were (are) always striving to improve.
Maybe if more of us (including me) here practiced instead of posting here and elsewhere, we might get better on the horn. Learn to make a weakness a strength and everything improves.
Doc would certainly approve of that, wouldn't he?
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