[Trombone-l] Dancing

Chris Tune crtune at adelphia.net
Wed Nov 16 14:05:03 CST 2005


He's a pretty good dancer.  I have to wince when I see him dive into "the 
splits".  I'm sure he must be a pretty good bone player too.  The little bit 
of tooting here doesn't make that clear, but he enters right and everything.

I think the audience totally dug the thing.  Jonathan had 'em dancing and 
everything.

Chris
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> Yes.  That's Jonathan Arons.  He lives in my neighborhood.  He went to 
> Oberlin and studied with Robin Eubanks.  He works with Dave Holland's Big 
> Band and the Mingus Big Band.
>
> David Gibson
> trombonist/educator
> www.jazzbone.org
>
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marius Helgå  <marius.helga at nb.no>
> To: Trombone-l at maillists.samford.edu <Trombone-l at server5.samford.edu>
> Sent: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 16:47:53 +0100
> Subject: [Trombone-l] Dancing
>
>  Is this someone we know?
>
> http://www.snabbstart.com/film/dansande-kille-med-trombon.aspx
> (swedish text on the page, but american video clip)
>
> Marius Helgå
> Bass trombone
> Mo Hornmusikk
> Mo i Rana, Norway
>
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