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Nate Wooley doesn't play trumpet as much he plays on the trumpet.
August 31, 2010 No, the title isn't just a clever pun. Like John Coltrane and the saxophone, Miles Davis' figure looms large over our ideas about jazz trumpet. But there are hidden secrets in the horn and a host of musical linguists uncovering new languages for an instrument imbued with a bop history. Here are five of the best examples.
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