[Dixielandjazz] Teddy Bucknre's cornet

Len Nielsen lennielsen at telus.net
Wed Nov 24 20:32:27 PST 2004


I hope you find a home for his personal items. It is fitting that there 
should be a place where he could be remembered officially.

If you do have the LPs transferred to CD I would sure like to get a copy 
of the CDs and I would be happy to pay the going rate.

Len Nielsen

Bob Romans wrote:
> Well, the cornet arrived, and plays GREAT, although I had to give it a thorough cleaning first! The bell is in deplorable condition...it was evidently dropped on the bell, and "someone" tried to take out/iron out the dent! Other than that...it's in very good condition! A Benge shepherd's crook, silver plated, original case plus two mouthpieces. One custom made, plus a Callichio.
> Also included;
> A mute with "TD" scratched on it.
> A rubber plunger with same.
> 25 business cards.
> A worn leather valve guard.
> A leather cigar holder made in England
> One cuff-link(shown on Bravo Bechet Buckner LP)
> A note book of tunes.
> A calendar book listing his gigs.
> Four LPs...all in good condition...two of them in original shrink-rap.
> 1."Aircheck # 10",  broadcast on July 16, 1955 from Club Hangover in SF. Autographed by Teddy.
> Mahogany Hall Stomp
> I want To Linger
> Dippermouth Blues
> Chicago
> Bluin' The Blues
> Tiger Rag
> Dear Old Southland
> SIDE 2, broadcast August 6, 1955 from same.
> Big Butter and Egg Man
> Twelfth St. Rag
> Ain't Misbehavin'
> Memphis Blues
> Royal Garden Blues
> Dear Old Southland
> 2. On CRESCENDO, (1976),Gene Norman Presents. Teddy Buckner and his Dixieland Jazz Band, also autographed.
> !2th St. Rag
> Snag It
> Milenburg Joys
> Winin' Boy
> Panama
> Farewell Blues
> Dippermouth Blues
> I've Found A New Baby
> Feb. 21, 1978
> That's How Jazz Was Born
> Dr. Jazz
> Sleepy Time Down South
> Hindustan
> New Orleans And A Rusty Old Horn
> One(Chorus Line)
> The Beautiful One
> Sweet Georgia Brown
> The Blues That Ain't The Blues
> Pleas Don't Talk About Me...
> Everynight
> 4. "Aircheck # 10...unopened, exactly the same as number 1. above.
> 5. Empty LP cover, Bravo! BechetBuckner. All notes in French.
> That's about it! Is there a Jazz Museum somewhere for this? He was one of the great ones!
> Warm regards,
> Bob Romans
> Cell Block 7 Jazz Band
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> Because I play trumpet, I envy no man!
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