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Did We Miss Something? No. 3. Renaissance Duets THESE REWRITE EARLY BRASS DUO HISTORY

Imagine being handed a folder with more than 20 pages of duo music for trumpet and trombone; like an incomplete map to a treasure! The only date? 1595. The only instrumentation? Trumpet in treble clef ‘C’ and trombone in bass … 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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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. A second set … Continue reading

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Brass Chamber Music: Brass Quartet & Brass Octet (with Percussion Makes 9!). ALBUM IV

Dear Friends, I have been creating Ad hoc “albums” of collected videos and recordings in which my bass trombone and I have taken part. Jazz duos with Mitch, Jazz Duos with Lindsey, Brass Duos, Concertos, a Christmas Trombone Sextet Album … 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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Excuse me? Nanobots? Permanently Altered DNA?

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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

Silent Night

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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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