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Vin DiBona
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:51 pm    Post subject: Schilke artist models. Reply with quote

Once in a while, there are questions about what mouthpieces Schilke copied from a player's model and those made for a particular player.
Here is a listing of those particular mouthpieces.
https://www.schilkemusic.com/schilke-trumpet-mouthpieces/
Frank Lisanti was my high school private teacher but he was not using the 13B at that time. I tried one and couldn't play it. Peter Bond of the Met Orchestra also studied for a very brief time with Lisanti.
I used a 14C2 for a time and the description is quite accurate. I found an 18 to be a fine mouthpiece, but I did not need to play something that size.
I do have a model 9. It is more like an old Bach 5B than a 10 1/2C.
I assumed the 12 was made for Don Jacoby. It was actually made for long-time Chicago player Joe Summerhill.
R. Tomasek
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Ed Kennedy
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Joe Summerhill, he worked part time at the Schilke shop on Wabash when I was there. He got me on a Jewish band (Arnie Miller) and we played many gigs together. He was always experimenting, I recall him trying various Calicchio leadpipes on Benge trumpets. He had a million vaudeville one-liners.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 8:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ed, Arnie Miller was my composition teacher at Sherwood down on 11th and Michigan.
He did tell some funny stories and did give us good ideas on how to compose.
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