1959 Holton Super Collegiate Trumpet
1960 Holton Super Collegiate Cornet
2008 Barrington Trumpet
Morris,Lucky for you the end is not near!You have plenty of work to do before you slay your last dragon.Like Lou says, break out arbans and get to work.Morris having had a pet cat for 20yrs.that died 5yrs.ago and a present cat for the past 5yrs,I would much rather you shoot the cats owner.The cats just doing what he was born to do.Happy hunting!
"Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" may allow you to use a great tune to search for a bit better speed - I play this when I'm looking for a pick-me-up and then follow with Trumpeter's Lullaby to settle me down again - I'm trying to keep the volume down and stay as musical as Wynton M. with his versionon YouTube. Just a thought.
Why doesn't that idiot cat have enough sense to cough that stuff up in the litter box?
Cats by their very nature have forfeited the right to live.
Oh, yeah, I forgot to make this post on-topic for Trumpet Master:
I am the greatest over-the-age-of-50 male trumpet player who has ever lived in my house in the last 7 years
In a variation of the Mayberry town band that used to play in the old "Andy Griffith Show" (every song they they played sounded the same), every song I play comes out sounding like Maynard Ferguson's "Maria" (even when I am attempting "Danny Boy").
But at least now I can take it up an octave
Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White Prez Prado
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQInOnmElJ8]YouTube - Perez Prado Orchestra - Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White[/ame]
Here is the more known Prado version with the high F at the end...
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDjAN8sKb1A&feature=related"]YouTube - Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White - Perez Prado[/ame]
Last edited by Solar Bell; 11-02-2008 at 11:08 AM.
The Willard of Oz
"Don't be afraid to see what you see."
Back in the 1960's and 1970's there used to be a radio station in the Ozarks that still considered "Woodchopper's Ball" by Woody Herman to be a Top 10 single, and that station used to play that song.
This is the first time in 30 years I have heard that song.
But I prefer softer, slower love songs, old torch songs.
"It Had to Be You", "My Funny Valentine", "There's a Tear in my Beer"...
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