19 and 9
19 and 9
Yamaha Xeno Bb (YTR-8335GS) // Monette B2
Yamaha Xeno C (YTR-8445S) // Monette C2
21, and 13 in trumpet years
Student, University of Minnesota Morris
44 years young, and 34 in trumpet years.
My age is best described in terms of Leroy Anderson:
I am young enough in trumpet years for you to change my diaper, burp me, and sing me a (trumpeter's) lullaby.
But old enough in actual years to have performed Bugler's Holiday in 1973 flanked by a couple of Puerto Rican buglers at the 92nd Street Y.
May I call you Dada?
59 trumpet years Seems like yesterday.Originally Posted by Manny Laureano
Be sure Brain is engaged before putting Mouthpiece in gear.
6 non-trumpet (age 0 to 6)
25 trumpet (first grade through college plus a couple more fun years)
25 non-trumpet (making a living and raising a family)
4 trumpet (playing for "fun" kinda. That's hard to do because I get real serious about trumpet real quickly. But any way I'm still not back to where I was, when I stopped playing-but I'm getting there.)
That about does it with the break down. 60 total with 29 on trumpet.
What do we have that we did not receive, and if we received it, why do we glory, as if we received it not?
25 in belly-button years... 10 in trumpet years. Took about 2 years off a couple years ago, and was forced to put the horn down for a year in Iraq.
*Jaw drops at the spurring of a distant memory*Originally Posted by ponce
... and those trumpeters initials were Manny L. and Jose M.?
40 in human years. (Still climbing the hill, not over it yet!)
29 in trumpet years. (took a year off in 6th grade).
Chronological years-- 52
Trumpet years-- 11 . . . (28 years thinking about playing again) . . . plus 2 (and counting)
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