Terry Warburton hosts mouthpiece clinic London 23/06/10

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  1. Vegasbound

    Vegasbound Active Member

    The mouthpiece specialist, Terry Warburton, is holding a one-day mouthpiece clinic at Phil Parker - the brass musical instrument specialist in Crawford Street, London, when he jets into Britain next week for the Scottish International Trumpet Festival in Elgin, Scotland.

    Warburton Music Products based in America manufactures a complete line of mouthpieces for trumpet, flugel horn, piccolo trumpet, cornet, French horn, trombone, and tuba. The Warburton system flexibility claims to provide the most efficient mouthpiece for performing in any playing situation.

    Meet Terry Warburton himself between 1.30pm – 5.00pm next Wednesday (23 June) at the Phil Parker shop (106a Crawford Street, London. W1H 2HZ), when he will answer all your questions and playing problems associated with mouthpieces. Everyone is welcome.

    For more details, call 0207 723 6909
     
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  3. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

    Definitely worth a look - I spent a happy couple of hours playing around with bass trombone mouthpieces (one-pieces and two-piece combinations) at Terry's stand at NABBA a couple of years ago - and he was also the man that supplied a mouthpiece that makes my G/D bass a much more viable sound in the modern orchestra (their 2G with a big backbore and a medium shank, if anyone's interested).

    But why is it on a weekday afternoon???
     
  4. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Active Member

    Presumably because it is between Terry's flight down from Scotland and his return to the US.

    Annoyed I can't make it up there - he is a good guy to hang out with (as well as making some excellent mouthpieces).
     
  5. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

    Well, yes, that is pretty obvious, thank you. Perhaps I should have phrased it:
    "What a pity for anyone with a daytime job that it's on a weekday afternoon"
     
  6. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Active Member

    Would have to agree with you about that
     

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