Got Horns? The Cartier Connoisseur Soiree Does!

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“It’s a moisture valve,” insisted Barbara with a grin as she held her horn over a cloth and opened a small hole inrepparttar brass tubing. In my old high-school band we called it a “spit valve,” butrepparttar 137532 Weidner home is a much classier setting. To play a trumpet,repparttar 137533 musician purses her lips tightly againstrepparttar 137534 small round mouthpiece and makes a vibrating, “pbbbbb” sound. Inevitably, this sends a lot of “moisture” intorepparttar 137535 instrument, and it must be drained as it builds up. Good thing this was an outdoor performance. I was reminded of an earlier Soirée at which Eric Ruske joked, while draining his French horn into a planter box, “This is why you don’t invite a horn player into your home.”

From stage right (byrepparttar 137536 sliding glass door) comes a bright fanfare from Barbara’s trumpet, heraldingrepparttar 137537 unmistakable Carmen Fantasia, music from Georges Bizet’s famous opera. Carmen is an alluring young Gypsy woman working in a cigarette factory in Seville, and trouble ensues when a soldier and a bullfighter both fall for her. Charlie answers with his own flugelhorn fanfare from stage left (nearrepparttar 137538 bar), andrepparttar 137539 action begins. Fromrepparttar 137540 well-known, rollicking “Toreador Song” torepparttar 137541 slow, sensual “Duet” torepparttar 137542 frenetic back-and-forth ofrepparttar 137543 “Gypsy Song,” this suite exudes passion and color. It’s a wonder Spain doesn’t have a much larger population.

Too bad this wasrepparttar 137544 final Soirée ofrepparttar 137545 season, but what a great

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Online Poker - Learn to Play for Free, and the Chance to Win Real Cash Prizes

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