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Wagner continues, "I was excited for the chance to revive this wonderful music, but, also a little nervous to follow in the footsteps of the few trumpeters who've ever dared to tackle this album-length masterwork.
On 17 November 1577, the mayor and aldermen of Bristol approved payment of ten shillings to five trumpeters 'which came in the Shipps that came from Cataya'.
Trumpeter Jay Phelps leads a group of young musicians dedicated to contemporary swing music though with a clear understanding of what is both modern and traditional.
So, it also features tunes by trumpeters, and the players include a whole bunch of different hornmen, though, with one exception, not more than one on each track.
Last stop, Carnegie Hall; New York Philharmonic trumpeter William Vacchiano.
One of the trumpeters, Senior Aircraftman Andrew Lofthouse, described the opportunity as a "once-in-a-lifetime experience.
23) He first appears in the muster roll of the troop of His Majesty's Life Guard in 1686, and in 1687 he was made one of the King's Trumpeters in Ordinary for life, which must have been a great honour since there were only five royal trumpeters at any one time.
Trumpeters, Sgt Alice Hartopp and Cdt Kane Dicken from the Squadron band played an outstanding performance of the Wedding March as Amiee's father proudly walked her down the aisle.
Entering the business at the age of 12 with appearances on Opportunity Knocks, sponsored by Nat Gonella, Bruce is the latest in the line of great British trumpeters, including Nat, Tommy McQuater and Kenny Baker.
Alto saxophonist Wilson brought to mind Blue Note bopper Jackie McLean during his acerbic solo, while trumpeter Payton's fluid improvisation evoked memories of Blue Note trumpeters Clifford Brown and Lee Morgan.
Nine of the top trumpeters from Puerto Rico come together in this unique compilation that pays tribute to the instrument with the highest register in the brass family.