Uh-oh. Somebody must’ve gotten one of those Mogwai wet.
(Brave in 3D was really good btw.)
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trombone shorty, a force of nature who’s bumped new orleans jazz into a whole new era, closes out the petaluma music festival on saturday. the petaluma fairgrounds gates open at 11 a.m., and tickets are $25 to $80. i allow the following brands of trombone in my classroom, with varying degrees of enthusiasm: spotlight on sarah morrow – she makes her trombone sing the paris conservatory commissioned solos for trombone and piano for its annual contests; camille saint-sans wrote one, but these were contest pieces, not concert pieces. after paul hindemith’s sonata for trombone and piano (1940),other composers (usually less well known than hindemith) began to provide many concert pieces for trombone and piano, or even unaccompanied trombone. many colleges and universities, at least in the united states, began to require a formal recital as a graduation requirement.
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