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    In Gunhild Carling's Video

    For those who don't know, Gunhild Carling is a multi-faceted performer who plays jazz trombone and trumpet, sings, plays bagpipes and recorder, plays 2 or 3 trumpets at once... etc.

    Here is a video of her band doing Down by the Riverside using a euphonium as a bass. The young lady playing it sound very green at the instrument and at doing bass lines, but it's interesting to see her they anyway. I've seen several of Carling's videos and never saw the euphonium, so maybe this was a first-time experiment or some such thing.

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    Oh my... well the clarinet jazz licks were quite good anyway.
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    She plays a mean trumpet and trombone and sings too. If you are not familiar with Aubrey Logan, you should check her out as well - amazing jazz singer and trombonist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeBMiller View Post
    She plays a mean trumpet and trombone and sings too. If you are not familiar with Aubrey Logan, you should check her out as well - amazing jazz singer and trombonist.
    I just spent an hour listening to Aubrey Logan. I am in LOVE!!! Hopelessly in love!! Well, I actually love my dear wife, Linda, but Aubrey is a force of nature. Wonderful trombone player and listen to her sing and give a totally new spin to "My Heart Will Go On". What a talent. How come I never heard of her?? I need to get out more.

    Thanks, Mike, for the tip on her. I will add her to my must watch and listen list (every one has one of those, right?)
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  5. The Carling family starts the kids out quite young performing. Gunhild was a child star in her fathers band. I follow Gunhild on facebook and the young lady on euph is in a few other videos. I think she is her neice(?)
    Weril H980 euph
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    Besson 3v comp euph 455xxx
    King 3v bari. 20xxx
    King 4v double-bell euph 50xxx
    Conn 5v double-bell euph 355xxx
    Buescher 3+1 double-bell euph 285xxx
    Olds bell-front 3v bari
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    Holton 3v tuba
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    Some of the performances of the Mid-Shore Community Band:
    http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...ty%20band&sm=3

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