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  • The Dallas Morning News provides obituaries for the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Mark Wolfe: Trucker, tubaist killed in accident. 12:00 AM CST on Thursday, December 20,. — “Mark Wolfe: Trucker, tubaist killed in accident | News for”,
  • He started off as a freelance tubaist in the Montreal area. His work includes C.B.C. He was tubaist, orchestrator and arranger for the 1976 Olympics. — “Homzy, Andrew – | Jazz Music – Jazz Artists – Jazz News”,
  • Definition of tubaist in the Medical Dictionary. tubaist explanation. Information about tubaist in Free online English dictionary. What is tubaist? Meaning of tubaist medical term. What does tubaist mean?. — “tubaist - definition of tubaist in the Medical dictionary”, medical-
  • Tubaist David Ostwald's fabulous early-swing band is about as good as it gets. Known for their energetic treatment of Louis Armstrong's repertoire,. — “nycgo/ david ostwald's louis armstrong centennial band”,
  • Official web site for jazz musician Joseph Daley. Offers news, tour dates, latest releases, audio, video, biography, discography, photo gallery. "Tubaist Joseph Daley, who turns every group he plays with into something special. — “ - The official web site for jazz musician”,
  • Arrangements by the renowned early-jazz pianist James Dapogny and tubaist Chris Smith. Arrangements by the renowned early-jazz pianist James Dapogny and tubaist Chris Smith. — “arborweb nightspots: The Firefly Club”,
  • Definition of tubaist in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of tubaist. Pronunciation of tubaist. Translations of tubaist. tubaist synonyms, tubaist antonyms. Information about tubaist in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “tubaist - definition of tubaist by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • A pair eventually was supplied by tubaist Read Full Story. Comments Page: All is covered and the show goes started five minutes late because conductor Kurt Masur couldn't find his formal pants. A pair eventually was supplied by tubaist. — “Comments Page: All is covered and the show goes on”,
  • I'm going to be a freshman, and I'm a girl, and I started playing trumpet in 4th grade. Last year, at the start of the school year, I started playing a tuba. After about a month of playing, I tried out for AMIS honor band, and made it in, with. — “Nervous about band camp!? I'm going to be a freshman, and I'm”,
  • Uile Cogadh & Tubaist prògraman air BBC iPlayer. — “BBC iPlayer - Dràma & Siabain - Cogadh & Tubaist - Prògraman”,
  • tubaist (plural tubaists) Someone who plays the tuba [edit] Synonyms Retrieved from "http:///wiki/tubaist" Categories: English nouns. — “tubaist - Wiktionary”,
  • A bi-lingual online archive of the culture of the Scottish Highlands - available in English and Gaelic Tubaist trèana aig Gollanfield. Tubaist trèana aig Gollanfield. Mòr-thubaist Rèile, Drochaid Charra, 18 Ògmhios 1914. Mòr-thubaist Rèile, Drochaid Charra, 18 Ògmhios 1914. — “Rannsaich le Am Baile”,
  • No results found for "tubaist" Encarta® World English Dictionary Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. Advertisement. MSN Privacy. Legal. — “tubaist definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta”,
  • Sau Sha Stomp - Hot Antic Jazz Band 2004 In 2004 cornettist Michel Bastide, banjoist Jean Pierre Dubois and tubaist Christian Lefevre celebrated the 25th anniversary of their Hot Anti. — “Dailymotion - Hot Antic JB - Sau Sha Stomp 2004 - a Music video”,
  • Tubaist - Define Tubaist at a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms, and translation of Tubaist. Look it up now!. — “Tubaist | Define Tubaist at ”,
  • Donald N. "Neal" Tidwell, principal tubaist with the River City Brass Band for 14 years, played his large horn with precision, style and a dry sense Mr. Tidwell joined the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra in 1967 and served as its principal tubaist until 1990. — “Obituary: Donald N. Tidwell / Tuba player in River City Brass”, post-
  • Ann an tubaist niùclasach, gabh do phileachan - AN TURAS mu dheireadh a chaidh mi timcheall an Àth Leathainn a' sireadh bheachdan sann mun Bhile a bha e - Bile na Gàidhlig. — “Ann an tubaist niùclasach, gabh do phileachan - News”,
  • Gregory Irvine, a native of Nova Scotia, was Principal Tubaist of the Hamilton (Ontario) Philharmonic Orchestra for eleven years. He continues to perform as both tubaist and conductor, and has been featured frequently on CBC radio. — “College of Extended Learning - Centre for Musical Arts: Music”, extend.unb.ca
  • Definition of tubaist from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of tubaist. Pronunciation of tubaist. Definition of the word tubaist. Origin of the word tubaist. — “tubaist - Definition of tubaist at ”,
  • tuba n. A large, valved, brass wind instrument with a bass pitch. A reed stop in an organ, having eight-foot pitch Latin, trumpet, akin to tubus, tube.] tubaist tu'ba·ist or tu'bist n. — “tuba: Definition from ”,
  • Jazz reviews, interviews, news, forums, videos, downloads, photos, clubs, calendar and much more. Tubaist/Noted Physician Eli Newberger Profiled at AAJ. — “Tubaist/Noted Physician Eli Newberger Profiled at AAJ”,
  • Vocalist Patti Littlefield and tubaist/didgeridooist Mark Weaver enjoy walking out on a musical limb. Now, with the release of their group's eponymous CD, Resonance, you can waltz on out there with them whenever you like. — “CD Release: Resonance”,
  • Chuck Marohnic Jazz! music CD album in stock at CD Universe, Pianist Chuck Marohnic, tubaist Sam Pilafian, and trumpeter Greg Hopkins lead a nonet reminiscent of Miles Davis' Birth of the Cool recordings. — “Chuck Marohnic Jazz! CD”,
  • Now there are many debates to where the origin of the actual word tuba came from; many believe that it is actually derived from the Anglo-Saxon word töbast (pronounced tubaist), meaning worst of all instuments. There is also a debate on how the tubaist tribe survived- mainly they were out cast from. — “Tuba - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia”,

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  • When my Dreamboat Comes Home -- Stumptown Jazz 2002 When my Dreamboat Comes Home -- Stumptown Jazz 2002 Between 1997 and a last concert in 2004 I was a member of this great band from the Portland, Oregon area. Pianist and leader Gary Peterson replaced all the musicians in his band in the late nineties and I was invited to become their cornetist. The band was rather popular at the American jazz festival scene and after 25 years with Climax Jazz band this became for me a welcome change after we had moved from Toronto to the Canadian westcoast in 1996. I found the members very musical with an appreciation for the early styles of honest jazz. Unfortunately I had the feeling that the band's manager, not a musician, was not too happy with our new style approach. This has not helped in the further promotion and consequent bookings. Now in 2008 Stumptown is almost extinct. One of the finest reedplayers I ever played with in a band is Phil Hatton, originally from Perth, Australia. All the others are West Coast Americans with a great knowledge and appreciation of the early jazz music. Trombonist Rex Rice and banjoist Dave Brown come from the Seattle area while Gary, tubaist John Walling and drummer Bill Franklin are from the Portland, Oregan area. In this concert in 2002 in a suburb of Portland we play "When my Dreamboat come Home". Bob Erwig
  • FOR LOUIS: "SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) Brian Nalepka sings one at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • GULLY LOW JAZZ BAND: "DIPPER MOUTH BLUES" (April 7, 2010) Oh, play that thing! A wonderful night with the GLJB (also the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band), led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. This edition features Marion Felder, drums; Vince Giordano, banjo, vocals, and a spot of piano; Jim Fryer, trombone and vocals; Dan Block, reeds; Gordon Au, trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman: visit .
  • Marshall's Tuba Solo Marshall is the tuba-ist in my orchestra, who also played a solo at Hummingbird. Who knew there could be a tuba solo?
  • Fat Guy Tuba March Arr. Joshua E. Thompson (me) This is the infamous fat guy march. Find your fat guy and follow them around playing this for hilarious results.
  • GULLY LOW JAZZ BAND: "I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE" (April 7, 2010) A wonderful night with the GLJB (also the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band), led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. This edition features Marion Felder, drums; Vince Giordano, banjo, vocals, and a spot of piano; Jim Fryer, trombone and vocals; Gordon Au, trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman: visit . Incidentally, Vince underrated his singing here -- but he's got the same pulse and sincerity that distinguishes all his instrumental work.
  • Mojo blues -- Stumptown Jazz 2002 Mojo blues -- Stumptown Jazz 2002 I consider myself lucky to have been and actually still am a member with this great jazz band. Pianist and leader Gary Peterson replaced all the musicians in his band in the late nineties and I was invited to become their cornetist. The band was rather popular at the American jazz festival scene and after 25 years with Climax Jazz band this became for me a welcome change after we had moved from Toronto to the Canadian westcoast in 1996. I found the members very musical with an appreciation for the early styles of honest jazz. Unfortunately I had the feeling that the band's manager, not a musician, was not too happy with our new style approach. This has not helped in the further promotion and consequent bookings. Now in 2008 Stumptown is almost extinct. One of the finest reedplayers I ever played with in a band is Phil Hatton, originally from Perth, Australia. All the others are West Coast Americans with a great knowledge and appreciation of the early jazz music. Trombonist Rex Rice and banjoist Dave Brown come from the Seattle area while Gary, tubaist John Walling and drummer Bill Franklin are from the Portland, Oregan area. The posted clip is a tune I heard first by Lovie Austin's Blues Serenaders from 1926 and later I was inspired by a recording of this tune by the French band called " Le Petit Jazzband de Mr Morel. I worked out a similar arrangement of this great but seldom heard tune. Bob Erwig
  • Skid-Dat-De-Dat -- Vancouver Hot Five 1999 Skid-Dat-De-Dat -- Vancouver Hot Five 1999 After I had moved away from Toronto and its Climax Jazz Band we settled in the Vancouver area for a number of years. I started the Vancouver Hot Five and this group became some sort of pet project. All with a love of early jazz we would come together and try to play some good but often obscure tunes. I have always been intrigued by Louis Armstrong's Hot Five 1926 version of Skid-Dat-De-Dat. The simple chord pattern system seemed not logical. I finally sat down, and figured that it was a 20 bar tune. We took it in our rehearsal schedule and one night I recorded it with my mini disc recorder, I eventually filed in my iTunes computer system and yesterday I gave it a listen. Just for fun I emailed it to my good friend Paul Zelders, former tubaist of Holland's Circus Square Jazz Band, and a promotor of early jazz revival via the internet. He wrote back, liked it and suggested for me certainly try to post in on youtube. I thought about it and decided to back the music up just with pictures I took of the landscape of our Okanagan Lake near Kelowna, BC. where we live. Some quiet but intens music together with peaceful pictures. Together with me on cornet we hear Clarinetist Lloyd Arntzen who is specialized in the style of Johnny Dodds, pianist Alen Matheson is actually a professional trumpetplayer but as a music teacher of jazz in Vancouver, he loved to be part of our group because he liked to approach the ...
  • FOR LOUIS: "SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH / INDIANA" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) This is how Louis Armstrong began his performances for twenty-five years, more or less -- and the session at Birdland began the same way, in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Sweet Like This - Hot Antic JB 1982 Sweet Like This Hot Antic JB 1982 Thanks to the musical talents and their capability to switch instruments Hot Antic brings a fabulous recreation of King Olivers Sweet Like This. Particularily the verse played by Jean Francois Bonnel on trumpet I found very moving, I think even better than played by Dave Nelson in the original recording in 1929. This is followed by the excellent muted trumpet solo by Michel Bastide. The end chorus with the two trumpets was also a masterpiece of jazz incredibly executed in this clip. Also note that tubaist Christian Lefevre takes on the so-called marching trombone to play the intro with the frontline musicians in harmony before going back into his role as tubaist. Jean-Pierre Dubois is on banjo and Gilles Berrut on piano
  • Careless Love - Society Four 1999 Careless Love - Society Four 1999. Pee Wee Russell, or maybe even Frank Teschemacher, might have liked this. An original approach on clarinet as well on altosax make me enjoy this artist. Yes......... its Simon Stribling. Just a few months before this session, trumpeter, trombonist, tubaist and player of all reed instruments had moved from Australia to settle in Canada in the Vancouver area. It was my luck to meet this young man and for several years we worked together on music, websites and our Webofjazz. It was on a grey weekday morning in September 1999 in the jazz club on Main Street in Vancouver. We had a rehearsal/recording session organized with our newly formed Society Four. Our regular guitarist could not make it and we invited Jim Marsh on banjo. We had our regular bassist Paul Bergman and I played the cornet. Now it feels as if it has just happened and then to think that it was more than 10 years ago. Where does time go. Many recordings that I have on a shelf in the basement, I can now share with you via iTunes.
  • Yoshi's Island athletic theme, sight-read by Tom Brier & Co. You can view the sheet music they are reading here: www.keeper1 Thanks to YouTubers Quietschquatsch and Raphy013 for the music suggestion a few days ago! Not only did Tom find this a fun tune to play, but, as you'll see, flautist Julia Riley and tubaist (tubist?) Mark Meeker decided to join in as well! After Tom's first sight-read, you hear Julia mention another Nintendo videogame tune that she liked. That was KK Ragtime. A short time later, Tom and Julia played it from memory! I'll have to post the video of that moment at a later date. It was fully evolved into a fleshed-out rag arrangement, much like the second run through this tune from Super Mario World 2 in this video. This tune was composed by Koji Kondo (近藤浩治). It is also known as "Hop! Hop! Donut Lifts" by some people, but in a concert video of Nintendo video game music at which the composer was in attendance, the title that appears clearly reads (if you read Japanese, anyway) simply "Yosshii Island Athletic Theme". You can purchase Tom's latest album here: One of these days I have to get Tom to play Spinach Rag from the Final Fantasy games again... I made a score for him to read years ago, before I had a camera.
  • Moulin a Cafe-Hot Antic Jazz Band 2004 Moulin a Cafe-Hot Antic Jazz Band 2004 In 2004 cornettist Michel Bastide, banjoist Jean Pierre Dubois and tubaist Christian Lefevre celebrated the 25th anniversary of their Hot Antic Jazz Band. In this concert in Nimes, France they invited pianist Stephane Matthey and clarinettist Jean Francois Bonnel to join them for this tune. Both guests had been members of the band in the eighties and nineties. Michel explains that they brought the house with this tune down during their Carnegie Hall performance in New York in 1987. It is a surprise to see them play this unknown Sidney Bechet composition after an absence of so many years. Vive Bonnel and Matthey and the Hot Antics!
  • The 13th Floor Elevators - Levitation, original mono 45 What can I say about the Elevators that hasn't already been said? In a class of their own, a legend. For more info, go here: This quality writeup found on : Legendary rock n roll pioneer Roger Kynard "Roky" Erickson hails from Austin, Texas. He is, in the words of music writer Richie Unterberger, one of "the unknown heroes of rock and roll." As singer, songwriter, and guitar player for the legendary Austin, TX band The 13th Floor Elevators, the first rock and roll band to describe their music as "psychedelic", Roky had a profound impact on the San Francisco scene when the group traveled there in 1966. While bands such as The Grateful Dead and The Jefferson Airplane had the their roots in traditional acoustic folk music, the Elevators unique brand of heavy, hard-rocking electric blues pointed to a new direction for the music of the hippie generation. The Elevators only had one chart hit, the Roky-penned You're Gonna Miss Me, but their influence was far reaching. REM, ZZ Top, Poi Dog Pondering, The Judybats, T-Bone Burnett, Julian Cope, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cramps, The Minutemen, Television, The Cynics, The Lyres, Teisco Del Rey, The Fuzztones and Radio Birdman have all either recorded or played live versions of Roky's songs. In addition to these performers, Roky is an acknowledged influence on such diverse musicians as Robert Plant, Janis Joplin, Patti Smith, Henry Rollins, Mike Watt, Sonic Youth ...
  • FOR LOUIS: "AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) At Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Vince Giordano sang and played this Fats Waller tune at what he called "Bill Robinson's tempo." Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Becton Regional High School: Mucho Gusto This was a video of one song at our spring concert on May 16. I'm the drummer btw. Don't mind the crappy trumpet solo. Our seniors include our basist, the pianist, the trumpetist all the way on the right, the tubaist, and flutist all the way on the right, and another flutist which i dont exactly where shes sitting. The song is called Mucho Gusto. Hope you like it.~
  • Poor Butterfly - M'N'M 1996 Poor Butterfly - M'N'M 1996 Here is an amazing little jazz group named M'N'M. Members are banjoist Jimmy Mazzi, tubaist Ely Newberger and clarinettist Joe Muranyi. Joe Muranyi was the clarinet player with Louis Armstrong's All Stars between 1967 and 1971. Jimmy Mazzy, from the Boston area has played for years as a solo performer and tubaist Eli Newberger was the anchor in Boston's famous Black Eagle Jazz Band between 1971 and 2004. They perform here at the 1996 Sancy Snow Jazz Festival in Mt Dore in France. All three have been playing for many years together on jazz festivals world wide. It is that intimate jazz atmosphere they know to create in a combination of technique, control, jazz sense and good taste.
  • Buffalo Rhythm Dry Throat Five Buffalo Rhythm Dry Throat Five A Band from Switzerland. It started in 1982, near Geneve, where they came together and over dinner and wine decided to start a band. They called it the Dry Throat Five. Initially to play the music of Jimmy Noone. The actual founder of te band is Bertrand Reynoud is a music teacher and his love is the music of Jimmy Noone and Johnny Dodds. Renee Hagman, by profession a instrument repair and salesman can play many instruments. In the band he has an opportunity to play cornet, trombone, clarinet and saxophones and often within the same tune. He is a perfectionist and has the talent to express himself beautifully in this idiom. The tubaist is a high school teacher, the banjo player a physician and Raymond Graisir plays a percussion set build around a washboard. He studied classical percussion and makes a living as a piano teacher. In the 90's the band expanded to six musicians and changed the name to Dry Throat Fellows. In the USA Cd's are produced and available via Stomp Off Records.
  • FOR LOUIS: "CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) Where the lights are low? At Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Louisiana Ay Eh - M'N'M 1996 Louisiana Ay Eh - M'N'M 1996 Here is an amazing little jazz group named M'N'M. Members are banjoist Jimmy Mazzi, tubaist Eli Newberger and clarinettist Joe Muranyi. Joe Muranyi was the clarinet player with Louis Armstrong's All Stars between 1967 and 1971. Jimmy Mazzy, from the Boston area has played for years as a solo performer and tubaist Eli Newberger was the anchor in Boston's famous Black Eagle Jazz Band between 1971 and 2004. They perform here at the 1996 Sancy Snow Jazz Festival in Mt Dore in France. All three have been playing for many years together on jazz festivals world wide. It is that intimate jazz atmosphere they know to create in a combination of technique, control, jazz sense and good taste. I'm glad that Eli made a few tracks available to me for posting and to show old and new jazz fans worldwide.
  • FOR LOUIS: "BLUE SKIES" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) Louis loved Irving Berlin, even though this one wasn't one of Louis's more well-known tributes. Dennis Lichtman chose it as a feature number at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Viper Mad - M'N'M 1996 Viper Mad - M'N'M 1996 New Orleans legend Sidney Bechet who introduced the soprano saxophone as a jazz instrument in the 1920s recorded in 1938 Viper Mad with the Noble Sissle's Swingsters. He roped in Sissle's vipers to sing: "Wrap your chops 'round this stick of tea / Blow this gage and get high with me / Good tea is my weakness, I know it's bad / It sends me gate and I can't wait, I'm viper mad." This gives you an idea of the origin of this tune and also explains the hilarious introduction by banjoist Jimmy Mazzi and the amazing little jazz group named M'N'M. Members are banjoist Jimmy Mazzi, tubaist Ely Newberger and clarinettist Joe Muranyi. Joe Muranyi was the clarinet player with Louis Armstrong's All Stars between 1967 and 1971. Jimmy Mazzy, from the Boston area has played for years as a solo performer and tubaist Eli Newberger was the anchor in Boston's famous Black Eagle Jazz Band between 1971 and 2004. They perform here at the 1996 Sancy Snow Jazz Festival in Mt Dore in France. All three have been playing for many years together on jazz festivals world wide. It is that intimate jazz atmosphere they know to create in a combination of technique, control, jazz sense and good taste.
  • Descent Co. - the BREAKS (debut - Part 2) the BREAKS is a piece written for tuba, trombones, rock band, and modern dance. Descent Co. is the brainchild of tubaist Erik Andersson and is a label for a mixed-media performance art company dedicated to fusing different parts of the artistic world together in performances that are designed to entertain involve the audience in kaleidoscopic performances. the BREAKS was written along-side a modern dance choreography as a partial fulfillment of his masters-project at Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium in 2009/2010. This debut performance was in the concervatory's rythmic hall on March 2, 2010 as a part of the Rythmic Concert Cafe series. It was not performed with Dance. The sound for the video was taken through the mixing board and it was filmed live.
  • Remembering Mark Wolfe We, the musicians of Local 72-147, mourn the loss of Mark Wolfe. With you, we send our thoughts and prayers to his family at this time. Please consider making a generous donation to the Wolfe Family Fund. Checks may be mailed to Northstar Bank of Texas, 400 N. Carroll Blvd., Denton, TX 76201 or the American Federation of Musicians, Local 72-147, 1939 Stadium Oaks Ct. Suite 110, Arlington, TX 76011.
  • 2nd interlude Another lovely moment. Visit www.coastaljazz.ca for more info. says: The conceptual highlight of the festival: Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Sweden featuring Francois Houle and Mats Gustafsson +12. This will take some explaining. Gustafsson and Houle were given a commission and wrote a conducted group improvisation based around the game of hockey, a shared passion of their respective countries. Gustafsson created a Cartesian system of hand signals controlling aspects like density and volume for two groups of six "players." Musicians represented the offense and defensive roles of a hockey team and battled for possession as well as took shots on goal. The project was workshopped across five days in February, with an exhibition game held at The Ironworks. For the VIJF, the fully-realized piece was presented, complete with visual elements and incidental music composed by Houle. Playing for Canada in this Championship Game were Houle (right wing, captain), bassist Torsten Muller, (defense), violinist Jesse Zubot (center), trumpeter John Korsrud (left wing), guitarist Tony Wilson (defense) and goalie/drummer Dylan van der Schyff. On the Swedish side were Gustafsson (left wing, captain), tubaist Per-Ake Holmlander, (defense), trumpeter Magnus Broo (right wing), guitarist Christian Munthe, (center), vibist Kjell Nordeson (defense) and drummer/goalie Raymond Strid. In addition, two "referees" were enlisted. Seattle-based keyboardist Wayne Horvitz actually functioned more ...
  • mats hockey theme solo A lovely moment. says: The conceptual highlight of the festival: Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Sweden featuring Francois Houle and Mats Gustafsson +12. This will take some explaining. Gustafsson and Houle were given a commission and wrote a conducted group improvisation based around the game of hockey, a shared passion of their respective countries. Gustafsson created a Cartesian system of hand signals controlling aspects like density and volume for two groups of six "players." Musicians represented the offense and defensive roles of a hockey team and battled for possession as well as took shots on goal. The project was workshopped across five days in February, with an exhibition game held at The Ironworks. For the VIJF, the fully-realized piece was presented, complete with visual elements and incidental music composed by Houle. Playing for Canada in this Championship Game were Houle (right wing, captain), bassist Torsten Muller, (defense), violinist Jesse Zubot (center), trumpeter John Korsrud (left wing), guitarist Tony Wilson (defense) and goalie/drummer Dylan van der Schyff. On the Swedish side were Gustafsson (left wing, captain), tubaist Per-Ake Holmlander, (defense), trumpeter Magnus Broo (right wing), guitarist Christian Munthe, (center), vibist Kjell Nordeson (defense) and drummer/goalie Raymond Strid. In addition, two "referees" were enlisted. Seattle-based keyboardist Wayne Horvitz actually functioned more like an arena organist, providing ...
  • GULLY LOW JAZZ BAND: "SOLITUDE" (April 7, 2010) A wonderful night with the GLJB (also the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band), led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. This edition features Marion Felder, drums; Vince Giordano, banjo, vocals, and a spot of piano; Jim Fryer, trombone and vocals; Dan Block, reeds; Gordon Au, trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman: visit .
  • OLD PYJAMAS Vocalist Camilla Susann Haug and Tubaist Lars Andreas Haug, Live at "Stillhetsfestivalen" - june 2010
  • FOR LOUIS: "WHEN YOU'RE SMILING" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) Hot jazz (at a lovely slow tempo) at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Concert for tuba - Breuker Kollektief 1995. Concert for Tuba -- Kollektief 1995 At some time in the eighties I visited a Dutch Show that came to Toronto at the Harbourfront and was called "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". In a music tent we all sat on wooden benches and witnessed a concert by a band from the Netherlands called "Het Kollektief". Leader was jazz composer and reedplayer Willem Breuker. It was a combination of emotion, humor, incredible ensemble playing by ultimately skilled players, not really my style of jazz music, but the concert made a deep impression. Just to give you an idea you can view and listen to a tuba feature. All the charts are composed by Willem Breuker who is one of the leading progressive jazz performers in Europe. His biography: www.xs4 I dedicate this clip to my friend and tubaist by excellence Eli Newburger.
  • Summertime - Eli Newberger 1996 Summertime - Eli Newberger 1996 With our Climax Jazz Band, when we were visiting the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in 1974 we met a band, the New Black Eagle Jazz Band from Boston, that just like our band had been formed in 1971. Our two bands together played a session in a cafe along Bourbon Street. A friendship developed that made both bands visit each other many times. We went to Boston, they came to Toronto or we met at jazz festivals worldwide. The tubaist of the Black Eagles was Eli and I have known him ever since. One of my highlights was organizing a hot five-type setting where we would jam a few Louis Armstrong Hot Five tunes. With a three piece frontline, our Jack Vincken on banjo and Eagles' Eli on piano. Eli was a master pianist in that setting, both in hard swinging accompaniment as well as in excitingly creative solos. Eli certainly realized his function as a rhythm man and his solos set him apart from most tuba players. In this duo performance as well as in the other clips with M'N'M we see an Eli who is shown in a consummately creative situation. I'm very happy to have received these videos from him and it is with great pleasure that I show these to all you jazz lovers around our globe. In this clip you see Eli together with banjo master Jimmy Mazzi who also sings the vocal in an unique manner.
  • GULLY LOW JAZZ BAND: "BEALE STREET BLUES" (April 7, 2010) A wonderful night with the GLJB (also the Louis Armstrong Centennial Band), led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. This performance is in honor of Louis, of course, and of Eddie Condon -- don't miss the riotously funny scat battle between Vince and Jim. This edition features Marion Felder, drums; Vince Giordano, banjo, vocals, and a spot of piano; Jim Fryer, trombone and vocals; Gordon Au, trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman: visit . Incidentally, Vince underrated his singing here -- but he's got the same pulse and sincerity that distinguishes all his instrumental work.
  • Out of the Gallion -- Kenneth Arnstrom 1987 Out of the Gallion -- Kenneth Arnstrom 1987 Many bands recreated the sounds of the original 1945 Bechet-Mezzrow recording and this was also done with probably Sweden's best reedplayer. Kenneth Arnstrom started the famous Kustbandet Orchestra in the sixties. He performs in this recording as a member of the Swedish Jazz Kings while on tour in the USA in 1987. He is something of a legend in Sweden and has been a musical inspiration for many players in and around Stockholm. I heard he is a bit of a loner, lives in the forest and practices his horns all alone in the woods. To me he is one of the most creative players, and although I do not have too much recorded material with him, his totally inspired and so talented performances alway seem to move me. Kenneth belongs to the very top! With him are Tomas Ornberg on clarinet as well. All solo work is done by Arnstrom though; on piano is Ray Smith, the great British stride player who played with Ken Colyer for many years. On banjo in the Norvegian Borre Frydenlund and the tubaist is Michael Daumling of Abbi Hubner's band from Hamburg.
  • Solo Tuba in Alaska - Jesse Dulman Jesse Dulman, tubaist from New York City on trip to Alaska August 2009. Video shot by Evan True.
  • FOR LOUIS: "AFTER YOU'VE GONE" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) The close of a hot evening at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • The Fight of the Butterfly.mp4 The Fight of the Butterfly is a Trio composition from Thanawat Katanyoo,Guitar and Composition Recital,The Music Department of Payap Uiversity,Luce Chapel,September 7 2007,Chiang Mai,Thailand,Contemporary Composition,Chaiyotae,Thanawat Katanyoo,Annette George flutist,Tad Thompson tuba-ist,Remi Namthep pianist
  • Descent Co. - the BREAKS (debut - Part 1) the BREAKS is a piece written for tuba, trombones, rock band, and modern dance. Descent Co. is the brainchild of tubaist Erik Andersson and is a label for a mixed-media performance art company dedicated to fusing different parts of the artistic world together in performances that are designed to entertain involve the audience in kaleidoscopic performances. the BREAKS was written along-side a modern dance choreography as a partial fulfillment of his masters-project at Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium in 2009/2010. This debut performance was in the concervatory's rythmic hall on March 2, 2010 as a part of the Rythmic Concert Cafe series. It was not performed with Dance. The sound for the video was taken through the mixing board and it was filmed live and edited by Andreas Lea.
  • FOR LOUIS: "HELLO, DOLLY!" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) This rather silly tune enabled Louis Armstrong to outdo the Beatles, so we celebrate it -- at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .
  • Super Mario Underworld Tuba Sheet Music A little advanced warm up for any tubaist. Arr. Joshua E. Thompson
  • FOR LOUIS: "I'M CRAZY 'BOUT MY BABY" (Birdland, April 14, 2010) Vince Giordano played and sang this bouncy Fats Waller declaration of love at Birdland in midtown New York City -- in tribute to Mr. Armstrong by the Gully Low Jazz Band a/k/a The Louis Armstrong Centennial Band, ordinarily led by tubaist-raconteur David Ostwald. David couldn't be there this night, so Vince Giordano played banjo, sang, and announced tunes; Brian Nalepka played bass and sang; Dennis Lichtman played clarinet; Dion Tucker played trombone; Marion Felder held down the drum throne; Gordon Au kept everyone on target on trumpet. Recorded by Michael Steinman. See and hear more at .

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