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    Trumpeter Al Neese, 82

    http://www.news-record.com/blogs/gotriad_extra/jazz-musician-al-neese-dies/article_ae6797f2-3ac6-11e4-8ac6-0017a43b2370.html

    Is anyone familiar with him? I've got a recording by bassist Matt...
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    Re: FS: Conn DJH (Keilwerth) Alto

    Nice horn Bruce, this ought to make someone a very happy owner.
  3. Re: My Knees Have Gone And Left Me Just When I Needed Them Most -- Gmin Blues

    Whenever I see a young gymnast or cheerleader doing his thing, I can't help but contemplate what knee problems lie in his future.
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    Re: I am biting my lower lip inside out

    Voicing is similar Top Tones, but it's also a little more "step-by-step" and explanatory to try to reduce frustration. Sinta also includes little notes of encouragement along the way which I actually...
  5. Re: "Why don't you play a metal mouthpiece?"

    So did you answer his question? The guy's obviously a fan, would it hurt to lay a little knowledge on him? Maybe you would have had an interesting discussion.
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    Re: Rascher in Copenhagen

    I am just speculating on the "Scandinavian musician" part, but it could be 1) carelessness by reporters or authors who assumed his being based in Denmark meant he was from Denmark, 2) Rascher...
  7. Re: *The New PHIL-TONE RIFT TENOR in progress*

    Nice clips.
  8. Re: Guide Book for Saxophone Teachers by Carina Rascher

    This book appears to be available: http://www.amazon.com/Guide-Book-Saxophone-Teacher-Children/dp/1493522892/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1410449332&sr=1-2&keywords=rascher+do+you+listen
  9. Re: WTB: Sigurd Rascher Book Do You Listen?

    I don't know. That's why I want to get a copy. Checking Worldcat.org, it seems that even very few libraries have it.
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    Re: Revisiting the Forum

    And all the good fights have been fought.
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    Re: Revisiting the Forum

    Actually, they aren't allowed any more. I don't recall an announcement though - they probably didn't want to see a wave of departures hurrying to sneak in their YAGEs under the wire.
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    Re: PHIL-TONE Shop Cleanout SALE

    Was tempted by that Tonalin. A white Tonalin was my first GAS purchase - actually my parent's put up the outrageously large purchase price of $10, IIRC, back in 1967 or so. A few years later they...
  13. Re: WTB: Sigurd Rascher Book Do You Listen?

    You must not have been listening! :lol::lol::lol:
  14. Re: WTB: Sigurd Rascher Book Do You Listen?

    This dohickey-bobber...

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  15. WTB: Sigurd Rascher Book Do You Listen?

    If anyone has an extra copy of Sigurd Rascher's Do You Listen? that you would be willing to sell, please PM me with condition and cost. Shipping to Chicago. Merci!
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    Re: I am biting my lower lip inside out

    Your teeth might be sharp. I had the edges of mine rounded out a little by my dentist. It was a quick process, a couple of minutes with a grinder to round them off (the top edges of my bottom teeth,...
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    Re: I am biting my lower lip inside out

    So what's changed over the last couple of months? Anything that might explain the new pain in your lip?
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    Re: I am biting my lower lip inside out

    How long have you been playing the saxophone? How long have you been having the problem? Do you feel like you are using pressure from your teeth/lower jaw to control the reed? Are the top edges of...
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    Bandleader Gerald Wilson Dies at 96

    http://www.latimes.com/local/obituaries/la-me-gerald-wilson-20140909-story.html#page=1
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    Re: Why did Coltrane play so many notes?

    I think they call that "trolling the troll." Well down, sir. :cheers:
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