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Pure Tunes: The Godfather Waltz

Note these videos are more for training/tracking my own progress. Also for me it’s more about technique rather than sophisticated back music hence recording solo to make it simple and effective. 17 more words

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MAY 17, 1637: KEEP YOUR ELBOWS OFF THE TABLE

KEEP YOUR ELBOWS OFF THE TABLE

As first minister to France’s Louis XIII, Cardinal Richileu was a major player in the politics of the early 17th century, transforming France into a powerful centralized state. 508 more words

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Doug Jackson has been performing, learning, and honing his skills for as long as he’s been alive; a luxury afforded to those fortunate enough to come from musical families. 574 more words

The Music Hour: All That Jazz

As usual I continue to share some of my favourite music I come across on the web. This is one performance I came across lately of a jazz concert by; 39 more words

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My Journey with the Trumpet: La Paloma Blanca

My latest music video – mostly audio to make it simple – playing “La Paloma Blanca” a composition by Dutch composer George Baker. Still working my way through the learning curve of audio recording so bear with me – for best quality you can get please use a headphone – connected to the computer… 56 more words

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My Journey with the Trumpet: I See the Light

My latest music video – mostly audio to make it simple – playing “I See the Light” a composition by Alen Menken. Still working my way through the learning curve of audio recording so bear with me. 50 more words

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My Journey with the Flugelhorn: Tears in Heaven

I am just starting to play the Flugelhorn and I am enjoying every bit of it’s warm beautiful sound that seems to come directly from the soul. 32 more words

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