Bb Trumpets: Yamaha YTR-6335HSII - Flip Oakes "Wild Thing" - 1972 Getzen Eterna "Severinsen" - 1980 Boosey & Hawkes Sovereign Studio - B&S 3005 WTR-L - 1963 Besson 10-10 - Monke Mystery Horn - Spiri Vario
C Trumpet: Inderbinen Alpha 200
Bb Bass: 1961 Holton #58 "Symphony"
Wyrd oft nereð unfågne eorl, þonne his ellen dëah.
"Pypes, trompes, nakers, clariounes, that in bataille blowen blody sounes"
I would not be too sure... his style is a bit brasher, more like Rolf Smedvig or Wynton Marsalis in his Classical days... tone-wise there is only one true successor, and that is Tine Thing Helseth (and, of course, Maurice's disciples, like Guy Touvron or Bernard Soustrot - but they are of a different generation, and on the brink of retirement themselves).
Yes, I know he´s Swedish, barliman, and so am I.
I was just kidding when writing what I wrote.
When Ed Tarr visited Håkans and my teacher Bo Nilsson here in Sweden,
(they were good friends) we had a common lesson on natural trumpet for Ed.
Guess which one of us that played the best . . .
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