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  • The smallest of the trumpet family is the piccolo trumpet. The most common of these instruments are built to play in both B-flat and A, with separate leadpipes for each key. The tubing in the B-flat piccolo trumpet is exactly one-half the length of that in a standard B-flat trumpet.
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  • (case) look over, usually with the intention to rob; "They men cased the housed"
  • A container designed to hold or protect something
  • An item of luggage; a suitcase
  • (case) event: a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled"
  • The outer protective covering of a natural or manufactured object
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bach trumpet cases - Bach TR500
Bach TR500 Student's Trumpet with case
Bach TR500 Student's Trumpet with case
An excellent student or step-up instrument, the TR500 Trumpet combines a .460" medium-large bore with a red brass mouthpipe pipe for durability and ease of tone production. Nickel-silver pistons provide smooth action while holding up well to the rigors of band programs. The TR500 also features adjustable third-slide finger ring with screw stop, 4-11/16" two-piece yellow brass bell, two water keys, clear lacquer finish, enclosed top-action valve springs, and first slide thumb hook. It comes with a genuine Vincent Bach 7C mouthpiece and deluxe hard-shell carrying case.

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005 Richard Todd
005 Richard Todd
Richard Todd as Inspector Sanders on the set of Sanders of the River circa 1964 In a strange contradiction in movie making genres, I first worked with Richard Todd on a British-made, but somewhat swashbuckling, American Western-type adventure named “The Hellions”. The film was shot in the early 60’s in and around the Hartebeestpoort Dam and Broederstroom areas in the then Transvaal. It also featured the well-known (British) ‘baddies’ Lionel Jefferies and James Booth, also Marty Wilde UK pop-singer and the hilariously funny, Ronald Fraser, who also became a friend. Also featured in this film were many well known local actors such as Jamie Uys, Gert van den Bergh, Patrick Mynhardt, and many others. It was a sort of South African version of the now famous, Gary Cooper classic, “High Noon”. I found Richard (or Dickie as he was affectionately known) to be a no-nonsense, unaffected, fine actor and we established a wonderful rapport within moments of our first meeting. I think that this was largely because, as a result of his extensive British film experience, he appreciated and fully understood my own quest for good pictures as well as the true value of ‘stills-photographers’ in the all important post-production marketing of any successful film. His first big success was in a 1955 British, award-winning film “A Man Called Peter” in which he played a preacher called Peter Marshall. The film was based on the on the biography by his widow Catherine. In summary it’s the story of a Scottish preacher who, in 1927, as a penniless immigrant, landed on Ellis Island in the United States and eventually became the U.S. Senate chaplain. Dickie told me how he’d spent hours listening to Marshall’s recorded sermons, so that he could perfect the rather heavy Scottish accent for his part. Then came the great film “The Dambusters” and later, he went on to play a police inspector in “The Hellions”, a sort of South African High Noon, only in this case a South African Constable has to face the bad guys alone out of his personal sense of duty. The year that this picture was taken, 1964, was a busy one for me. After I’d finished work on “Zulu” I found myself in Durban and the St Lucia estuary, taking pictures for for the Constantin-Monarch, (British/German) co-production, of the Ryder-Haggard classic, “Sanders Of The River” featuring Dickie in the lead, as Inspector Sanders. Romantic content was required in the story-line of the movie and consequently the then well-known, wonderful German actress, Marianne Koch and the lovely, and deliciously crazy, Danish pop-singer, Vivi Bach were also cast in the film. It was Vivi’s first casting in a movie and she loved it. I captured this character still of Richard on the film set of ‘Sanders,’ which in this case was in fact the resident’s lounge at the Athlone Gardens Hotel on the banks of the Umgeni river near Durban, where the crew, all of us, were accommodated. Another interesting aside is that we used an Indian fabric merchant’s shop as a location. This gentleman was one of the wealthiest Indians in Durban and invited the entire cast and crew, to a huge banquet in his palatial “Taj Mahaal” type home, up in the wealthy suburb of Berea. I had been flirting outrageously, with one of the extremely beautiful and exotic Indian shop-assistants during our shoot in the shop, and she (let us call her Karishni) agreed to accompany me to the banquet as my ‘date’ for the evening. Because liaisons across the colour-line were still illegal and absolute taboo in 1964 I decided to not tell anyone about this potentially exciting new development and do it in style by hiring the biggest limo I could find in Durban. I must add that all this was done to surprise/shock the cast and in particular Dickie, (who, naturally always seemed to get the prettiest girls visiting the set). By purposely arriving late, whilst the whole cast, casually dressed were outside having pre-dinner drinks on the portal next to the pool, we arrived. All that was missing was a fanfare of trumpets! I had also hired a ‘tux’ for the occasion and Karishni was dressed in a most beautiful Sari. As we made ‘our entrance’ into the elegant room, Dickie casually sauntered up to me and quietly whispered in my ear, “You Bastard!” It made my night.
Day 19 of 365 (Feb 25, 2010) - 3 in a Row
Day 19 of 365 (Feb 25, 2010) - 3 in a Row
Yesterday I had picture of some depressing graves, 3 lined up in a row. Today I thought I would take another picture of 3 things in a row but of something that brings life instead of signifies death. Music changes people. It changes the way we look at things based on the way we hear them. Here’s an example, think of almost any dramatic movie scene. Now, play 3 totally different types of music while you watch the scene. Try one with depressing music, another with some funny up beat music, and then something with a love song. The scene dramatically changes based on the background music, it’s that powerful. Some movies we even love because of the sound track. When I walk around all day with my iPod in I often refer to it as me playing the sound track to my life. It just makes it day better. I can see it’s been a while since this bad boy made it out of the case. It could use a little polishing up. Sadly I didn’t have any silver polish and the old spit and rub method wasn’t cutting the mustard. I wonder what everyone’s favorite music sound track is. There are few I like, one that I enjoy is the sound track to The Royal Tenenbaums which I wasn’t able to find on iTunes last time I looked. Strobit: SB-600 Top Left through Unbrella

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Legacy Intermediate Trumpet TR750 w/ Deluxe Convertible Case, and 2 Year Warranty
The Legacy TR750 trumpet is the step-up trumpet in The Instrument Store product line. It is the upgrade to the TR750 Conductor student trumpet. It is an outstanding value and offers Monel valves, silver nickel trim and double brace construction like the great pro horns. It has great tone and has top quality construction and kids and parents will love it. We sell similar trumpets for over $500 from the national brands. Our instruments are made at the same factories as the large national brands, often costing three times as much for the same instrument. We are able to sell them directly, saving you hundreds of dollars in "middleman" markup. Why pay more if you don't have to. This trumpet meets the needs of parents who would prefer to buy a new trumpet rather than rent one that has been used for several years. This trumpet is teacher approved and comes with a 2 year warranty against defects. Bring it to your teacher for their approval and we offer a 30 day absolute money back guarantee. You can buy this trumpet with confidence and have your student trumpet start playing right away, with a brand new instrument. We have designed a terrific zippered canvas covered case which converts from a standard carrying case to a backpack in less than 1 minute. It is super duty and will protect the instrument from the rough handling given by students. Please see the addition photos.

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