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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 8:48 pm    Post subject: New York Philharmonic Trumpet Section Reply with quote

New York Philharmonic
Principal Trumpet Players


Start-End________Name

2014-Current_______TBD
1988-2014_________Phil Smith
1978-1988_________Phil Smith (Co-Principal)
1973-1988_________John Ware (Co-Principal)
1977-1978_________Louis Ranger (Acting Co-Principal)
1973-1977_________Gerard Schwarz (Co-Principal)
1942-1973_________William Vacchiano
1928-1942_________Harry Glantz



Became the New York Philharmonic in 1928 after the merger of
the Philharmonic Society of New York and the New York Symphony.
These lists are provided in the 2nd post in this folder.


Web Site: New York Philharmonic Trumpet Players

Current roster for the 2009-2010 Season:
Phil Smith – Principal Trumpet
Ethan Bensdorf
Matthew Muckey
Thomas V. Smith


Phil Smith...................................Matthew Muckey.......................Thomas V. Smith........................Ethan Bensdorf

...



Reference for this information is the New York Philharmonic Archives, provided by Richard Wandel.


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Historical Trumpet Sections of
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The Philharmonic Society of New York and The New York Symphony

To understand the history of the New York Philharmonic, I have provided background information from an interview on the Internet with bassonist Sol Schoenbach (by William Dietz) detailing the music environment in New York in the 1920s:

At that time (prior to 1928) there were two orchestras in New York, the Philharmonic Society of New York and the New York Symphony. Walter Damrosch, the conductor of the New York Symphony, dominated the entire New York City educational system of music. He had a theory that all string players should be Russian or Polish Jews, that all brass players should be German, and that all woodwind players should be French. His orchestra was made up of these different ethnic groups and he would hire European musicians each year from these various countries to staff openings in his orchestra. Two important wind players who were involved in this European importation were the flutist George Barrere, and Marcel Tabuteau, the famous oboist. Others included the French bassoonists Auguste Mesnard and Louis Letellier. This fine group of wind players became part of' the faculty of the Institute of Musical Art, which was founded by Frank Damrosch, the older brother of Walter Damrosch. The Institute of Musical Arts later merged with the Juilliard School.


With this background, I have worked with Richard Wandel from the New York Philharmonic Archives to develop lists for the Principal Trumpet Players with the New York Symphony and Philharmonic Society of New York prior to 1928. The New York Symphony list shows the date that player started with the ensemble and when they last played with the ensemble. It doesn’t show when a player left the ensemble between these dates to play with another group. It also doesn’t show the exact years that the player played principal (there was an asterisk in the lists that indicated the player was in the principal chair for at least one season). This information was provided to the New York Philharmonic Archives, but the Archives do not contain any detailed records for the New York Symphony.

The New York Philharmonic list is similar in format (years of service are shown, and the players on this list had an asterisk by their name indicating they played principal during their tenure). Richard has provided much more detailed records on these players, showing the exact dates for when they played principal trumpet. Christian H. Rodenkirchen for instance was principal in the NY Phil from 1905 – 1907 and from 1909 – 1911. This information is included following the more general time frames lists for the two orchestras that merged to form the New York Philharmonic


Philharmonic Society of New York
Principal Trumpet Players


Start-End________Name

1923-1928_________Harry Glantz
1921-1923_________Gustav F. Heim
1920-1921_________David Luckstone
1914-1920_________Benjamin Klatzkin
1908-1914_________Samuel Finkelstein
1907-1908_________Jacob Borodkin
1905-1911_________Christian H. Rodenkirchen
1900-1901_________Hugo Schmidt
1899-1904_________Herman Basse
1899-1904_________Albert Bode
1898-1899_________Edward N. Lafricain
1894-1909_________Jacob Hager
1886-1905_________Adam Seiferth
1880-1887_________Adolph Canis
1876-1877_________Benjamin C. Bent
1875-1877_________John Hammond
1865-1879_________Louis Heinecke
1859-1900_________Frederick Dietz, Sr.
1858-1876_________Charles Rehm
1856-1865_________Louis Schreiber
1848-1881_________John La Croix
1842-1849_________John F. Wolter



Philharmonic Society of New York
Principal Cornet Players


Start-End________Name

1905-1906_________Adam Schirra (Cornet)
1904-1905_________Albert Bode (Cornet)
1900-1901_________Herbert L. Clarke (Cornet)
1900-1901_________Adam Seiferth (Cornet)
1898-1899_________Jacob Hager (Cornet)
1898-1907_________Oscar Schramm (Cornet)
1855-1856_________Louis Schreiber (Cornet)
1845-1846_________John H. Major (Cornet)



New York Symphony Society
Principal Trumpet Players


Start-End________Name

1925-1928_________Gustav F. Heim
1923-1925_________Vladimir Drucker
1922-1923_________Vincent Buono
1919-1922_________Harry Glantz
1918-1919_________Samuel Miller
1909-1928_________Carl Heinrich
1907-1909_________Max Bleyer
1904-1908_________Adolphe Dubois
1903-1904_________Christian H. Rodenkirchen
1898-1901_________Albert Bode
1897-1919_________Edmund Tiersch
1891-1898_________Louis Kloepfel
1886-1905_________Adam Seiferth
1885-1886_________Adolph Canis
1877-1878_________Carl Mueller




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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 8:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Richard Wandel of the New York Philharmonic Archives graciously provided the following information in support of our project. Thank you Richard!!!!!

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First Desk and Principal Trumpets of the New York Philharmonic

Note that in the nineteenth century, first desk positions shifted often, at times even from one concert to the next. We do not have the complete original programs for the second and third concerts of the first season. Wolter is listed for Nov 1843 but we are missing the information for the remainder of that season and for the first concert of the 1844-45 season. By the second concert of that season (Jan 1845) Dodworth has the first desk position.


I have modified the format of this list just slightly from our standard format to capture additional information that was provided by Richard. I have also chosen to reverse the order for this list to keep in line with his format (earliest dates shown at the top of the list, later dates shown towards the bottom).

Since detailed information of this type is not available for the New York Symphony, the name of the player and his start and end dates are all that are shown. Overlaps exist, and to arrive at exact dates is not possible, but it is clear from the Philharmonic Society of New York list that these players swapped regularly.

Philharmonic Society of New York
Principal Trumpet Players


Orchestra_____Principal
Member______Trumpet
Start-End_____Start-End__________Name


1842-1849______xx/1842 – xx/184?_____John F. Wolter
1844-1854______xx/184? – 04/1846_____Harvey B. Dodworth
1846-1859______11/1846 – 04/1848_____John Leis
_______________12/1848 – 12/1848_____Harvey B. Dodworth
1848-1854______01/1849 – 01/1849_____Carl Haase
1848-1881______03/1849 – 01/1850_____John La Croix
_______________03/1850 – 03/1850_____Harvey B. Dodworth
_______________04/1850 – 02/1852_____John La Croix
_______________04/1852 – 04/1852_____Harvey B. Dodworth
_______________11/1852 – 04/1853_____John La Croix
_______________11/1853 – 11/1853_____Carl Haase
_______________01/1854 – 01/1854_____Harvey B. Dodworth
_______________03/1854 – 01/1859_____John La Croix
_______________02/1859 – 02/1859_____John Leis
1858-1876______03/1859 – 03/1859_____Charles Rehm
_______________04/1859 – 04/1859_____John La Croix
1853-1864______11/1859 – 11/1859_____Adolph Hirschmann
_______________01/1860 – 12/1860_____Charles Rehm
1859-1900______03/1860 – 03/1860_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
_______________04/1860 – 04/1860_____Charles Rehm
1856-1865______11/1860 – 04/1865_____Louis Schreiber
_______________11/1865 – 12/1865_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
1865-1879______01/1866 – 01/1866_____Louis Heinecke
_______________03/1866 – 05/1869_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
_______________11/1869 – 11/1869_____Charles Rehm
_______________01/1870 – 05/1870_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
_______________11/1870 – 05/1871_____Louis Heinecke
_______________12/1871 – 04/1875_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
_______________11/1875 – 12/1875_____Louis Heinecke
_______________01/1876 – 03/1876_____Charles Rehm
1875-1877______04/1876 – 01/1877_____John Hammond
1876-1877______02/1877 – 03/1877_____Benjamin C. Bent
_______________04/1877 – 04/1877_____John Hammond
_______________11/1877 – 11/1886_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
1880-1887______12/1886 – 02/1887_____Adolph Canis
_______________03/1887 – 03/1887_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
_______________04/1887 – 04/1887_____Adolph Canis
_______________12/1887 – 04/1898_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
1898-1899______11/1898 – 12/1898_____Edward N. Lafricain
_______________01/1899 – 04/1899_____Frederick Dietz, Sr
1899-1904______11/1899 – 11/1899_____Herman Basse
1899-1904______12/1899 – 04/1900_____Albert Bode
1900-1901______11/1900 – 02/1901_____Hugo Schmidt
1894-1904______02/1901 – 03/1901_____Paul Lange
1886-1905______11/1901 – 04/1903_____Adam Seiferth
_______________11/1903 – 03/1904_____Herman Basse
_______________11/1904 – 03/1905_____Adam Seiferth
1905-1911______11/1905 – 04/1907_____Christian H. Rodenkirchen
1894-1909______11/1907 – 11/1907_____Jacob Hager
1907-1908______11/1907 – 03/1908_____Jacob Borodkin
1908-1914______11/1908 – 03/1909_____Samuel Finkelstein
1909-1911___________________________Christian H. Rodenkirchen
1911-1914___________________________Samuel Finkelstein
1914-1920___________________________Benjamin Klatzkin
1920-1921___________________________David Luckstone
1921-1923___________________________Gustav F. Heim
1923-1928___________________________Harry Glantz

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2004 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Online Articles about the New York Philharmonic Trumpet Players:

Max Schlossberg: Founder of the American School ot Trumpet Playing in the Twentieth Century
by Andre M. Smith (May 1997 ITG Journal)

Gerard Schwarz: From Virtuosic Trumpet Artist to World-Class Conductor
by Michael Caldwell (March 2000 ITG Journal)

William Vacchiano, An Appreciative Recollection on His 83rd Birthday: 23 May 1995 Reference Only
by Andre M. Smith (May 1995 ITG Journal)

William Vacchiano Reference Only
by John Irvine and Jeff Silberschlag (December 1991 ITG Journal)

William Vacchiano
by Dorothy Chansky (Stork Mouthpiece Web Site)

A Tribute to William Vacchiano (September 19, 2005)
by Manny Laureano

The Art of Playing Offstage Trumpet: An Interview with John Ware
by James West (March 2003 ITG Journal)

The Life and Times of John R. Ware
by Frank Kaderabek (January 2003 ITG Journal)

Phil Smith, trumpet: ‘It’s a blessing’ from the CNN.com CAREER, The Players, Career Musicians of the New York Philharmonic
by Beth Nissen
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 3:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just listened to the NYPO / Mehta recording of Mahler 5 ...

AMAZING playing!

It was recorded in Sept. 1989 - so early in Phil Smith's career at New York. This recording is definitely one of the best (the best?) recording of this symphony I've heard from a trumpet perspective (fantastic sound, very nice phrasing etc and deadly accurate) - look it up!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 7:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jack,

I stumbled across this Review of Mahler 5 Recordings when I was researching the Principal players for the National Symphony Orchestra. Indeed, the New York Mahler 5 under Mehta (a disk that I love myself) received a tremendous review from a player that has listened to more Mahler 5 symphony recordings than I even knew existed. While the NY Phil recording didn’t make it to the “top echelon”, the reviewer comments “…Phil Smith's trumpet playing in the first movement is flawless”, it sounds like it could still be in the top 10 versions ever recorded.

While he is complementary of many recordings, he is quick to balance both ends of the review spectrum (check out his statements in the paragraph before the NY Phil review – OUCH!)

Mahler 5 – Mehta, New York Philharmonic


Thanks for bringing up this recording!
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Derek - I've heard the 1st mvt of that Cleveland / Dohnαnyi recording, and I have to agree with this guy! Not to my taste at all. The Bernstein / Vienna is also very beautiful, I suppose as you could expect from Lennie.

Interesting site - he's certainly done his homework!
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Kaderabek - Philadelphia - Levine

Try it, you'll like it.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 06, 2005 10:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brian Moon wrote:
Kaderabek - Philadelphia - Levine

Try it, you'll like it.


Absolutely!!!
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I agree with the Philadelphia/Levine recording with Frank Kadarabek on principal. The playing is very solid and Levine offers a very accessible interpretation.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10, 2005 6:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i have a recording of Mahler 5 played by the NYPO with Leonard Bernstein conducting it - its great and i love it! Its an old recording so I dont know who the principal trumpet player was back then...

I love the NYP!! My dream is to sit next to Phil Smith and play Shosta 5!!!! OOhhhh i wish...!!
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recently I saw again and after some years the young people concerts recorded for tv in the 40s and 50s with bernstein presenting and new york philarmonic playing for kids in carnegie hall. I know the first trumpet was vacchiano but who were the others? trumpet players of course
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 8:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I checked the dates of the New York Philharmonic Young Persons Concerts. The first telecast was January 18, 1958 and the last broadcast was in 1972. Depending on the program that you are seeing, there would have been one of two sections playing:

New York Philharmonic
Trumpet Sections


1948-1962 (15 Seasons)
William Vacchiano
Nat Prager
John Ware
Jimmy Smith

1962-1973 (11 Seasons)
William Vacchiano
Carmine Fornarotto
John Ware
James Smith


Hope this helps!
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I received a request today wondering who was in the NY Phil trumpet section for the 1979-1980 season. I have a list that I received from the New York Philharmonic Archives listing the dates of tenure for every trumpet and cornet player that has been in the group (since 1842), but it is not broken down by part. The following list is a “best guess” on my part, but clearly there are errors (although I’m certain that the dates are all correct).

Can someone help me with the positioning of the section players? I’m sure there were vacancies as well (I’m guessing where I have the blanks), but if a one-year position was awarded during those vacancies, it would be nice to include a name.

Also, what was going on for the 1976-1977 and 1977-1978 season (5 and 6 players in the section)?

MrClean, Poochie, RubberDuckie....

Thanks!


Season...........Principal Tpt............2nd Trumpet..............3rd Trumpet.............4th Trumpet
2007-2008........Philip Smith...............Ethan Bensdorf..............Mathew Muckey..........Thomas Smith
2006-2007........Philip Smith...............James Ross.................Mathew Muckey..........Thomas Smith
2005-2006........Philip Smith...............Vacant..........................Vacant.......................Thomas Smith
2004-2005........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Vacant.......................Thomas Smith
2003-2004........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Vacant.......................Thomas Smith
2002-2003........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Thomas Smith
2001-2002........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Thomas Smith
2000-2001........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Thomas Smith
1999-2000........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Thomas Smith
1998-1999........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Thomas Smith
1997-1998........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Vacant
1996-1997........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........Vacant
1995-1996........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt
1994-1995........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt
1993-1994........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt........Vincent Penzarella
1992-1993........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........George Coble.............Vincent Penzarella
1991-1992........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........George Coble.............Vincent Penzarella
1990-1991........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........George Coble.............Vincent Penzarella
1989-1990........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........Vincent Penzarella.......Vacant
1988-1989........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........Vincent Penzarella.......Vacant
1987-1988........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1986-1987........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1985-1986........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1984-1985........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1983-1984........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1982-1983........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1981-1982........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1980-1981........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1979-1980........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1978-1979........Philip Smith...............Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................Vincent Penzarella
1977-1978........Gerard Schwarz.........Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith........Vincent Penzarella........Louis Ranger
1976-1977........Gerard Schwarz.........Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith........Louis Ranger
1975-1976........Gerard Schwarz.........Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1974-1975........Gerard Schwarz.........Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1973-1974........Gerard Schwarz.........Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1972-1973........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1971-1972........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1970-1971........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1969-1970........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1968-1969........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1967-1968........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1966-1967........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1965-1966........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1964-1965........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1963-1964........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1962-1963........William Vacchiano.......Carmine Fornarotto........John Ware..................James Smith
1961-1962........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1960-1961........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1959-1960........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1958-1959........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1957-1958........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1956-1957........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1955-1956........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1954-1955........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1953-1954........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1952-1953........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1951-1952........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1950-1951........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1949-1950........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1948-1949........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................John Ware..................James Smith
1947-1948........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................Morris Boltuch.............James Smith
1946-1947........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................Morris Boltuch.............James Smith
1945-1946........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................Morris Boltuch.............James Smith
1944-1945........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................Morris Boltuch.............James Smith
1943-1944........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................Morris Boltuch.............James Smith
1942-1943........William Vacchiano.......Nathan Prager................James Smith...............Vacant
1941-1942........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1940-1941........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1939-1940........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1938-1939........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1937-1938........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1936-1937........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Vacant
1935-1936........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Max Schlossberg
1934-1935........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................William Vacchiano.......Max Schlossberg.....Solby Klass
1933-1934........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................Solby Klass.................Max Schlossberg
1932-1933........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................Solby Klass.................Max Schlossberg
1931-1932........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................Solby Klass.................Max Schlossberg
1930-1931........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................Solby Klass.................Max Schlossberg
1929-1930........Harry Glantz...............Nathan Prager................Leonard Konevsky.......Max Schlossberg.....Solby Klass
1928-1929........Harry Glantz...............Frank Venezia................Leonard Konevsky.......Max Schlossberg
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Well the number of players during that season probably has to do with the fact that they were searching for a new Principal. Mr. Schwarz's conducting career was taking of , Mr. Ranger was filling in (no pun intended) and Mr. Penzerella probably played some as well.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2007 1:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The official listings were as follows:

John Ware, Co-Principal
Philip Smith, Co-Principal
Vincent Penzarella
Carmine Fornarotto

Vince became second trumpet wehn Jimmy Smith retired and Carmine moved down to play 4th or 3rd depending.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2007 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How about Shostakovich 5, NYPO, 1959. Sweeeet.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2007 7:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

trumpetmba wrote:
The official listings were as follows:

John Ware, Co-Principal
Philip Smith, Co-Principal
Vincent Penzarella
Carmine Fornarotto

Vince became second trumpet wehn Jimmy Smith retired and Carmine moved down to play 4th or 3rd depending.


Thanks for the input! I'll fix the table when I get a chance.


MrClean,

Does this look right for the time you were with the group?

1995-1996........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt
1994-1995........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt
1993-1994........Philip Smith...............Vincent Penzarella..........Robert Sullivan...........James Wilt............Carmine Fornarotto

Thanks!
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