Guitar - bass trombone
This is the song that made play bass trombone...George Roberts....Mr Bass Trombone. Rest in peace. Cheers and best regards!!
In the form of popular music, no one will ever be more revolutionary, more creative and more distinctive than the beatles.....
This song is not for my instrument but.......
Made with "Band in a Box"
Fun to play, but not easy to make it as the singers do....
My daughter did make some noise in this video, sorry for that.
George Weiss recounts in the book Off the Record: Songwriters on Songwriting by Graham Nash that he wrote the song specifically for Louis Armstrong. Weiss was inspired by Armstrong's ability to bring people of different races together. The song was not initially a hit in the United States, where it ...
This is a song Edvard Grieg learned from Gjendine Eiriksdatter Slålien (1871-1972) Text; The child is put into the cradle sometimes crying, sometimes laughing sleep now, in the name of Jesus May Jesus protect the baby My mother, she took me on her lap danced with me back and forth Dancing then...
I have 4 old Conn Bass trombones, this is with the oldest. A 70h from 1941. I love all of them!
I believe this Conn 70h is from 1944. The slide is still OK!
Bass trombone + midi
Tried a Laskey 85MD together with my old Conn. Maybe I "fooled" myself?? hehe...
I love the old Conn bass trombones. This one is from 1954 I think.
Conn 70h bass trombone, Bach 1 1/2g Mt Vernon
Evita certainly didn't like the microphone. Not my amateur studio either .... but it is a memory!
Til Evita, Brianna,Jadeen og Trina
I try to learn an old Conn 70h bass trombone from 1940. The slide is surpricing good for its age. Not made for speed, but Im not either...(:
Bass trombone solo
Midi - bass trombone Conn 60h - MT Vernon 2g
Leif Aslaksrud - Bass Trombone Conn 60h, Bach MT Vernon 1 1/2g