[Trombone-l] A lovely Tubax solo
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Tue Nov 1 12:36:10 CST 2005
--- "Richardson, Timothy Mr. DAC USAG Franconia DPW
ERMD" <timothy.a.richardson at us.army.mil> wrote:
> I still think about what might have happened.
> And my pitcher on
> the cover...........
Is yours made of plaster? Or fiberglass? pewter?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adrian Drover [mailto:slide.rule at adios.co.uk]
> Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005 22:05
> To: emrose79; List Trombone
> Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] A lovely Tubax solo
> From: "emrose79" <emrose79 at sonic.net>
> > (and my favorite) "The contrabass trombone is not
> quite as silly as the
> > bagpipes, but just about as useless"
> The terrible thing is, there are more gigs for
> bagpipes than for contrabass
> trombone. If you stick a double reed inside the
> mouthpiece, pump it up with
> a sheep's bladder and drape the whole thing with a
> tartan rug, you might
> well be able to fool a few Scots people, and it
> would probably sound more
> Adrian Drover
> ADIOS, Scotland www.adios.co.uk
> Personal email: adrian at adios.co.uk
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