[78-L] Camarata Question

Kristjan Saag saag at telia.com.invalid
Thu May 10 03:28:26 PDT 2018

Definitely a saxophone. I don't know how it sounds through computer 
speakers, but through a high fidelity setup there's no doubt. The 
recording is also available in online stores with better sound quality.
The instrumental break in the next tune is more interesting. It occures 
a couple of times in the beginning
- a mix of saxes, clarinets, flutes?

On 2018-05-10 08:26, ice261263 at gmail.com wrote:
> I am not a musician, but only a music fan. But I find this quiz very 
> interesting. The sound is not of an usual trombone; maybe it is a 
> trombone playing on the high register. Also it sounds "slow" and 
> legal, somewhat "creamy", another point for the trombone. But in the 
> end he does a jump to a higher note that sounds like a trumpet. It is 
> not easy, for we're not used to listen trombones pla quoteying this 
> way, but it could well be one. It sounds too slow and thick to be a 
> trumpet, but we're used to trumpets played in many different ways, and 
> with sounds quite different too. So... Dunno!.... But my final bid 
> goes for a trombone skillfully played, disguised as a trumpet. Very 
> funny! Any other bid before a master unveils the mystery? Inigo 
> Enviado desde mi Huawei 
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