Off the Record
Legends of the One-Valve Bugle – Part 2
In this issue of Off The Record, Frank continues his exploration of some of the great soloists of all time – all on single-valve instruments. A great cross-section of players from the 60’s, the program features some of the legendary names from the activity: D’Amico, Angelica (Cabs), Hlywa (Hurcs), Doug Gibb (Sarnia), Murphy (Prince), Laus (Rockets), Pepe, Hazelwood, Swan (Skyliners), Dave Hill (Des Plaines Vanguard), and a host of others. You won’t be disappointed.
Includes selections from these Fleetwood albums:
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Frank Dorritie is one of the legends of the activity .... a performer, instructor, arranger, adjudicator, and observer over the past 5 decades. Frank has been playing the bugle and trumpet since the 1960s, and has performed with artists like Billy Cobham and Maynard Ferguson. He has instructed and/or arranged for the Blue Devils, Cadets, Santa Clara Vanguard, Cavaliers, Chesterton and Tenri High Schools, the Bushwackers, Bridgemen and a host of others. His audio production honors include 9 Grammy Nominations, 2 Grammy Awards and membership in both the World Drum Corps and Buglers Halls of Fame. He is active internationally as a clinician and adjudicator, holds the DCA Soprano/Trumpet/Tenor Individual titles for 2003, 2005 and 2006. Frank also chairs the Department of Recording Arts at Los Medanos College. His popular brass method book, “Power and Endurance”, is available from Xtremebrass.com. The opinions expressed in this column are strictly those of the author.
Posted by Frank Dorritie on Saturday, May 23rd, 2009. Filed under Off the Record.