Author Archives: David Brubeck

Wes Mayhew and Stereogram No. 12, Spain

What a privilege to hear Ben van Dijk, Garth Simmons, Josh Hauser and James Markey record Stereograms. Hope you find this recent recording of No. 12 by Wes Mayhew and enjoyable as I have. Congratulations, Wes, and thanks!

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We Need A Woman for Solo Trombone!

In God’s Eyes, by Abbie Conant In God’s eyes I see my body Running wild into the sea In God’s eyes I see a river Sparkling dark over the rocks In God’s eyes I see a spring Erupting sweet from … Continue reading

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Treble/Bass Concert Duos! Top Parts in BOTH Bb AND C!

Have you ever had a chamber music gig, and SOMEONE was running a bit late? Ever wanted to play chamber music, but just couldn’t quite seem to schedule 4 or 5 people at the same time? Or have you ever … Continue reading

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Natalie Mannix-Never Shaken; Always Stirring….

It might seem an impossible mission for some; patch the hole left by the departure of Vern and Jan Kagarice at UNT. Call in Navy specialist Natalie Mannix, recruited from Juilliard by way of Michigan, and your problem is well … Continue reading

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Just Another Day At Work In Los Angeles with Beast Trombonist Bob Sanders

The heroes on the screen are telling the story with images while the heroes behind the screen tell it with sound. If you’ve been to the movies more than once, you just may have heard Bob Sanders play..Avatar, X-men, Planet … Continue reading

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DUO BRUBECK at The 2017 International Trombone Festival, Part 1

Thanks to Steve Wolfinbarger and Andrew Glendenning, we were honored to be invited to the perform at the 2017 International Trombone Festival to present Duo Brubeck featuring Lindsay Blair. What a privilege to see and make so many friends. Apart … Continue reading

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Play a Children’s Concert With Just Your Instrument & Guitar? Yes You Can!

What if Bob Marley Recorded “The Itsy Bitsy Spider”? It might sound a little like this…. Purchase this and many other similar arrangements for solo bass trombone here: https://cherryclassics.com/products/2629 Just add guitar…AND guitarist….(OK, OK, a super-talented guitarist…) DUO BRUBECK featuring … Continue reading

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Buenas Dias, from Randy Campora on the road to Baltimore!

“Seven Positions” tm is delighted to bring to the fore Randy Campora: a thinking man, fully human, and exceptionally musical. From the storied bass trombone chair of the Baltimore Symphony, to a brimming infusion of brass masters past and present, … Continue reading

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Canadian Sensation, Isabelle Lavoie Brings Mature Musicianship and Incredible Insight to “Seven Positions” tm

Isabelle Lavoie is all set to be a featured artist at the 2017 International Trombone Festival next week at University of Redlands. Isabelle emerged as a young musician in Montreal, made her career in Toronto and has recently soared into … Continue reading

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Warren Deck Takes “The Fourth Valve” on a Journey from Carnegie Hall to Denver

Hushed reverence would best describe the accounts of Warren Deck’s performances with the New York Philharmonic; it was there he held sway from ’79 until 2001. The Houston Symphony, Rice University and Juilliard also felt the sway of Mr. Deck’s … Continue reading

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TENOR TROMBONISTS Ralph Sauer, John Marcellus, Peter Ellefson, Alex Iles & Irv Wagner SHOWCASED IN NEW SERIES “1385”!

The headline for davidbrubeck.com in 2016 has to be the introduction of”1385″ tm, the brand-new interview series featuring world-class musicians who happen to play the tenor trombone. How could you possibly provide a better start to the series than these … Continue reading

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Kagarice, Norrell, Bubert & Sulliman Slide Through 2016 With “SEVEN POSITIONS”!

Bubert, Kagarice, Norrell and Sulliman-“The Fourth Valve” in 2016 had all its basses covered! A large percentage of the content of the Journal of the International trombone Association (ITA), is left to Dennis Bubert’s care each quarter as he places … Continue reading

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