A while ago i put a thread on asking if any band has bubbles was a cheerleader.
to which i had a good response. its just that i have been told that it is written as a sop solo, but i cant find it anywhere, could some-one who has please tell me where i can get it, or maybe send me a copy...
does anyone know of any websites where, when you are purchasing music you can hear a sound clip of the piece that you are buying???
because it is very frustrating when you dont know what the piece is like??
i dont know about you, but the way that Peter Roberts played flowerdale at the europeans i thought was absoloutly amazing. i never knew that the sop could be played so powerfully but yet so pure. and he made it look as if it was easy. Sometimes he is a man that i love to hate....
what suggest is scales and breathing exercises. also you might find that long notes and peddle notes will also help.
but the wick 4b is a waste of time. and the schike is a very hard sop to play on. just experiment!!
i fancy it being the best brass cd of all time.
he is absoloutly amazing and a legend in his own right.
but it is a shame that the debuante wasnt played on it, as it was mentioned in his autobiography!!!
i would recomend jet tone mouthpieces these are shallow but they have a huge rim and this works for me. but with regards to the dw s being to deep that is not right. the best sop player in my area plays on a dw2 and i am all sure that you have heard of les palmer from every ready well thats what...
on regards to the sopranos...
i have tried four different types of sop
yamaha student model and professional
schilke ( the new model)
and the cortious
and the cortious out does the lot by a mile
its the the nicest easiest instrument i have ever played...
La calliffa was played by peter roberts on vitae lux,a cd by ybs.
is there anywhere i can get it please help?
Or i recently seen nigel fielding from grimethorpe playing nessun dorma
is also available????