Trumpet Discussion Discuss Manny on PBS in the General forums; Hey Manny,
I was channel flipping this morning and I saw a familiar face! Then I stopped and listened to ...
Manny on PBS
I was channel flipping this morning and I saw a familiar face! Then I stopped and listened to your explanation of circular breathing and the great lesson you taught on PBS.
I admire folks who take time to teach young people. They have been my life for nearly 30 years. On behalf of all music teachers I say thanks for maybe getting a few more kids in every American City interested in music.
Now if I have some students come in and ask about circular breathing tomorrow I'm going to send them to Manny 911! It's something I've tried for years and never been able to master.
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What was the name of the show?
WE NEED A NAME!!!!!!!!
Be sure Brain is engaged before putting Mouthpiece in gear.
Yeah Manny, CAN you please explain that here. It seems very interesting and I would really like to be able to do it eventually.. Thanks
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Would you believe that the show was called "Dragonfly TV" on PBS.org?
Originally Posted by wiseone2
Manny confirmed that for me several weeks ago when I caught the tail end of the clip.
Ok. I found it...which episode?
"Roses have thorns; shining waters mud. Clouds and eclipses stain the moon and the sun; and history reeks of the wrongs we have done. After today, after today, consider me gone."- Sting
1st season 113/"Human Body"
"Riddle - How do you blow a single note for several minutes without stopping for breath?"
LOL. I guess we all know the answer, huh?
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