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Put the Cool in "Coulisse!"

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« on: Dec 10, 2017, 08:46PM »

I just saw that the new Yeo/Pagano CD "Fratres" featuring some Tommy Pederson music is available:


Can't find the button for discounts for Forum members yet. ;-)


The nastiest fellow I've known
Smashed his trombone and ruined its tone.
There's a simple excuse
For his slush pump abuse:
He was born to be bad to the bone.
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 10, 2017, 10:07PM »

Heck yeah, Arvo Part

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« Reply #2 on: Dec 27, 2017, 03:03PM »

Ordered my copy as soon as I could; received it a couple of weeks ago.  It is fantastic!  Shout out to Doug Yeo and Gerry Pagano for a great recording of unique bass trombone chamber music and Michael Lake for the production, writing, and editing.  Each project Michael creates always has his individual sound and thankfully lacks the standard "recorded in X concert hall" effect of most recordings.  The variety of musical styles create a cohesive album that is difficult to top (where else can you find Tommy Pederson and Bela Bartok on the same recording!?!)  When you get the chance to pick up this album, get it!   Good!

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