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Was The Highwire Right Because They Were Guessing, Bill? Or Was It SCIENCE? (The Old-Fashioned Kind…)

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Stereogram No. 38 “Silent Night” for Viola

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Stereogram No. 38, “Silent Night” for Trumpet

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The Best Musicians I Have Performed With #2: “Bossa Combo et Raymond Cajuste”!

Around 1990, I had the pleasure of performing with a wonderful horn line as part of Raymond Cajuste’s Bossa Comba. It seemed that the whole band made it to the concert in Miami, except the trombonist-who may have been ill … Continue reading

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“Silent Night” Stereogram No. 38 for French Horn

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Did FDA Admit It Was Wrong About Ivermectin?

Has the FDA admitted that the Covid-19 “vaccine” leads to significantly elevated risk of seizures in toddlers? Did a Japanese pre-print call for a suspension of all mRNA “vaccines” as concern that transfusions of “vaccinated” blood may have adverse affects … Continue reading

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Brubeck Brass Congratulates Alumnus Giulia Rath, The New Principal Trumpet in “Orchestra Now”

It’s true! We literally had THE most fun when Giulia was on the job! Often times, it did not even seem like work. We loved all of her stories about growing up near Vienna , Austria “The City of Musicians” … Continue reading

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The Incredible Intellectual Accomplishemnt of Black American Culture Via The Blues, “Did We Miss Something? No. 4”

The Blues has drawn near universal acclaim as one of the most outstanding and influential art forms of the twentieth century and its origins are the exclusive product of Black American culture.   Any singer, instrumentalist or listener who would step one … Continue reading

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Favorite George Roberts Album?

Well, solo album, anyway. It is difficult to exclude all the great recordings with Frank Sinatra, Stan Kenton and his orchestra, Nelso riddle or many other recordings. We sincerely hope that you enjoy this transcription that has been re-imagined. Like … Continue reading

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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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