Thank you for posting these videos. I remember well when he lived in Whittier, CA and I studied with him for about 2-3 yrs. I went to high school just around the corner from his house in Friendly Hills, Whitter, CA. We would usually sit in his kitchen and do mouthpiece buzzing.
Unfortunately I didn't know how good I had it back then studying with such a master and a very special human being. Again, thank you for posting these.
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Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:43 pm Post subject:
Good to see you on here, shofar (Rog). What many don't know is how good this cat is: lead, classical (Corona Symphony), shows, funk, and he just never tires... except when he hasn't eaten. You don't want to see that
I've been doing Stamp stuff for about 6 months and haven't looked back, helping me more than I hoped.
Thx for these vids!
Posted: Thu Sep 01, 2011 5:50 am Post subject: James Stamp clips
Thanks for posting Bill and making this available to everyone.
Being taught by this wonderful man saved my life as a player.
I have never met such a wonderful teacher in my life and such a gentle soul. He still inspires me every day. Arto Hoornweg-Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
He had the uncanny ability to analyze a problem and create an immediate (not to mention lasting) solution without you realizing that he was even addressing the problem in the first place. Clearly one of the best teachers I ever had.
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