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  • The species considered finest for the table is one called the Trumpeter, found commonly in the estuary of the Derwent and Storm Bay, but which is rarely caught on the northern coast.

    The History of Tasmania, Volume I

  • Trumpeter, Lady Ashton and Royal Oak were three steeplechasers owned by him that won several good races.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Trumpeter Nicholas Payton underscored Mr. Carter's eloquence on "Stablemates," and space-age blues guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer, surprised me by urging Mr. Carter toward his most romantic moment on the classic bop ballad "'Round Midnight."

    Classic Keys, Vital Organs

  • If you have seen magnificent Trumpeter Swan's die from lead ingestion poisoning (from lead pellets, not 100+ gr. bullets), you understand the killing power of lead shot.

    Thoughts on Lead Bans

  • At Birdland, Mr. Murray is hardly the whole show: Trumpeter Shareef Clayton and trombonist Terry Greene also got off some excellent solos, particularly working with plunger mutes.

    The Jazz Scene: Giving Cole the Royal Treatment

  • Trumpeter Dave Douglas was just out of high school when he heard a new Lester Bowie LP, "The Great Pretender," 30 years ago.

    Jazz Veteran Finds an Ecstatic Sound

  • Trumpeter Herb Alpert and his business partner, Jerry Moss, started A&M Records in 1962, initially to further Herb's recording career.

    Shawn Amos: Cookies & Milk: Scenes From a '70s Hollywood Childhood (Part 4)

  • Trumpeter Kenyatta Beasley and bassist Ben Williams attempted to raise the venue's artful mahogany arches, if not its roof, with flashy licks, while other solos, like those by drummer Alvester Garnett and saxophonist Keith Loftis, took a more abstract approach.

    Kind of New

  • Trumpeter Buck Clayton worked extensively in Shanghai big bands before he joined Count Basie in Missouri.

    Blues From Brazil to China

  • Not even the snap showers washing in to interrupt play, and a flatness to the team on the field, could deny them a third overwhelming victory which came, by an innings and 83 runs, at 11.56, four minutes before the Shipping Forecast, and just as Billy the Barmy Trumpeter was playing a poignant Last Post for the demise of Australian cricket.

    The Ashes 2010-11: England wrap up series win over Australia in style


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