Re: Tuba players


Subject: Re: Tuba players
From: Rob Godman (rob.godman@virgin.net)
Date: Fri Nov 18 2005 - 14:34:59 EST


On 18/11/2005 15:05, "Dennis Bathory-Kitsz" <bathory@maltedmedia.com> wrote:

> At 12:43 AM 11/18/05 -0500, Kevin Austin wrote:
>> HOw many people here at one time or another played tuba?
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> The reed version: Bass clarinet. :)
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> But I have electroacoustic pieces, one with tuba, one with euphonium. Love
> em low sounds.

Yes, totally agree - I was (((am))) a Bass Trombonist. Even better
instrument than the Tuba (totally biased). Wonderful for sampling. Some
amazing bass trombone players around nowadays, sadly I can't count myself as
one! A lot of trombonists/composers seem strangely drawn to Max/MSP...

Rob

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