'non-traditional' instruments

Brian Charlton

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G'Day,

There was a trumpet in the recordings by the Olympians, which I believe was
an early Bobby Crowe Band.

They recorded the music for Book 27, plus (according to DanceData) 3 other
albums. I am sure the trumpet is on at least one of their albums.
Unfortunately, I don't have the original recordings to check.

Brian Charlton,
Sydney, Australia

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Tom Mungall wrote -

"Has anyone ever seen/heard of a trumpet or cornet being used in an SCD
band?"

Trumpet player in Bobby MacLeod's Band (Not Jim Macleod) as I recall from
the days of the 78 records! Name not known to me - anyone?

Traditionally Yours,

- Colin -
(colinrobertson.org.uk)

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