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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001250.txt from 1999/01

From: "Hiroshi Nagatsuma" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] HELP!
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 03:02:06 -0500

He may be Al Hirt. He can play Haydn's trumpet concerto like Maurice Andre!
(Do not take him for 'Herb' Al Hirt.)
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Subject: Re: [kl] HELP!

>An heard an inspiring story for Sara that might help, if others on the list
>can help me fill in the blanks--
>I heard it on NPR--they were talking about a famous trumpet player in New
>Orleans--early in his career he was so bad everywhere he played everyone
>him to give it up--he was loud, he was off key, he stank. But he loved
>playing and he kept it up--years later he became the best player in the
>country and inspired the young Louis Armstrong in his playing.
>Hopefully someone will be able to supply the name of the trumpet player!
>The idea is that different people have different learning curves. Or
>puts a lot of emphasis on those who show a lot of early progress--but think
>how often such people crash and burn! If someone progresses slowly at
>we assume they have less to offer, but au contraire, if they stick with it,
>they often have much more to offer.
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