Online Trombone Journal - http://www.trombone.org/
Archives  | Classifieds  | JFB  |  Friday, November 24, 2017
All
There are 16 articles matching your criteria. Below are results 11 through 16.
  
David Taylor, Bass Trombone: An Interview and Appreciation [DY] 
In this interview, Douglas Yeo talks with bass trombonist David Taylor about his eclectic life in music.

 

Interview with George Roberts 
A studio veteran with more than 6000 movie and recording credits, George Roberts is single-handedly responsible for bringing the bass trombone from “last chair” to solo voice with his lyrical and expressive playing. George has been interviewed innumerable times by many different journals and magazines. We are not limited by the space constraints typically found in printed media, so this interview can be presented to you in its entirety, giving you some real insight into the man behind the horn.

 

Ten Questions with Doug Elliott 
Doug Elliott is a mouthpiece maker, brass teacher and clinician, and works as a professional free-lance tenor and alto trombonist in the Washington DC area. He was solo jazz trombonist with the US Air Force "Airmen of Note" from 1989 to 1996. Doug has studied trombone with Gordon Hallberg, Tom Crowe, Bill Richardson, John Marcellus and Don Reinhardt, and jazz with Mark Copeland.

 

Ten Questions With Robin Eubanks 
Robin has toured and recorded with such diverse musicians as the Rolling Stones, Talking Heads and Barbra Streisand on her historic 1994 tour. He's performed on several television shows and specials including "The Tonight Show" featuring Jay Leno, "Saturday Night Live," the Grammy Awards and "Motown at the Apollo." He has worked on several projects for Broadway and film.

 

Ten Questions with Steve Shires 
Steve Shires, owner and chief designer, has an extensive background as a professional trombonist in the Boston area. He has also had many years of experience as a brass instrument technician, specializing in custom modification of instruments for professional clients, and has worked as a design consultant to several brass instrument manufacturers.

 

Ten Questions with Tom Bones Malone 
Tom "Bones" Malone has built a very sucessful career as a freelance trombonist, arranger, and composer in New York and around the world. Read his "Top Ten" list of how to be a successful gigging musician.

 



Contact   © 1996-2017 All Rights Reserved