I like to play Embraceable You or Misty, with a little improvisation.
Getzen 900 Eterna Classic, Leblanc 707 Sonic (Metzler Brass restoration)
Bach Model 180SL229W30 Stradivarius C Trumpet
Holton Collegiate Bb Cornet (heirloom)
Blessing Artist Bb Flugelhorn
The Dead Thread Blues
Stop acting like someone shot your dog.
St. James Infirmary then the beginning of Haydn Trumpet Concerto Allegro for contrast. Sometimes intro to Fanfare for the Common Man.
1972 Getzen Eterna Severinson
1953 Olds Special Trumpet
Couesnon Monopole Cornet-Trompette
Lyon & Healy silver Piston Eb Cornet
A. Squire Cincinnatti Eb Cornet
1938 Martin Imperial Handcrafted Trombone
1914 C.G. Conn U.S. Navy Trombone
1912 USQMC Eb C.G. Conn Eb Alto HOrn
Quick thanks to whoever started this thread. Gave me a lot of potential new songs to learn, although Mack the Knife was already on my bucket list.
My current repertoire is a small one, so if I get asked, which is rare, I default to something easy like Abide With Me, Be Thou My Vision, or maybe Bach's Air on G String.
I found another link to an Aranjeuz PDF, that looks good and is easy to print:
Ya'll have a heckuva great weekend.
The beginning of Carnival of VENUS without warming up
And maybe the double tonguing octaves part too
I usually opt for something far, far away.....
" It's a dog eat dog world out there and I'm wearing Milk-Bone underwear" Norm Peterson "Cheers"
"No matter how cynical you become, it's never enough to keep up" Lilly Tomlin
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