Monthly Archives: February 2024

Dr. Boz Awes! What Does Her Video Reveal?

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Featuring Mitch Farber, Miami’s Own-DUO BRUBECK

If there were a “Groove Genie” in a bottle, anyone who knew Mitch Farber would toss it back in the ocean; not needed here, thank you! “Summertime” Mitch doesn’t just groove at the grooviest level, he adds melodic interest to … Continue reading

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Featuring Lindsay Blair In Miami’s Own-DUO BRUBECK

Featuring Lindsay Blair in Miami’s Own, DUO BRUBECK Miami’s Own, Duo Brubeck, began in about 1991, with Tom Lippincott on guitar and David Brubeck on bass trombone. As the group became more successful, Tom was not always available, and a … Continue reading

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Dr. Campbell’s Christmas Trombone Sextet Album

The trombone section in the Count Basie Band. The Chicago Symphony low brass section, especially with with Frank Crisafulli and Arnold Jacobs. And Los Angeles studio musicians! Those are probably the best trombone sections I have heard on recordings. Studio … Continue reading

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“Yeah Jesus! I Want to Thank You, Lord!” That’s What The Boss Man Said At the End of the Concert! Fortunate to be There As a Bass Trombone Sideman.

The Knight Center, in historic Miami, is the just a stones’ throw from the Intracoastal waterway, the bridge to Watson Island , South Beach and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. From “Stiltsville” to the Miami Marine Stadium, South Florida is all … Continue reading

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AHH, VENICE! No. 1 “L’ Arefia” by Giovanni Cavaccio FREE BRASS QUARTET, transcribed by Dr. Charles J. Campbell

Welcome to the greatest outpost of Constantinople’s New Roman/Byzantine Empire and her eventual conquereror VENICE! This amazing “VENETIAN SCHOOL” is of equal importance to instrumentalists as “The Notre Dame School” of Medieval Paris, France is to vocalists! It was religiously … Continue reading

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Concertos for Bass Trombone and Orchestra or Wind Ensemble! Sleeper, Sleeper, Raum & de Meij

As a classical chamber musician, I was largely unprepared to enter the world of concertos-rare enough for a bass trombonists in the first place! I was blessed to have exceptionally sensitive conductors who were open to suggestions and communicated well … Continue reading

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NEW! Stereogram “Amazing Grace” Dedicated to Mark Adams and John Duda

ADDED: RECORDING! I played it through on my single valve bass trombone which was at hand, to give you a better idea of what I had in mind. Enjoy! Dedicated to my favorite repair men/craftsmen and sponsors. I grew up … Continue reading

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Brass Duos: Trumpet and Bass Trombone

ONE “Air on a ‘G’ String”, Excerpt, performed and arranged by the Brubeck-Neal Duo TWO “Two Part Invention No. 4” by J. S. Bach THREE “Goldberg Variations” by J. S. Bach arranged by Brubeck-Neal Duo TWO: “Goldberg Variations”, Marc Reese … Continue reading

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Jazz Trio: Piano, Guitar & Bass Trombone

You open the door to the cafe.. somewhere in Florida…longing for Paris The band is in the middle of.. “Pensativa” excerpt, by Clare Fischer. As the glasses clank and the waiter, or bartender takes your order, the conversations around you … Continue reading

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“Stererogram No. 38” Based on “Silent Night” Liebe Cornelia…

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“Stereogram No. 11” ‘Miami’ For Unaccompanied Solo Violin (Or ‘C’ Treble Clef Instrument)

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