[Dixielandjazz] Re: Left Handed Musicians

David Richoux tubaman at tubatoast.com
Sun Sep 3 10:26:31 PDT 2006

A lot of sousaphone/helicon players have figured out that the horn  
can be played with the left hand - leaving the right hand available  
for holding the all important beer cup.

Dave Richoux

On Sep 3, 2006, at 9:06 AM, Jack Tracy wrote:

>   Bill Haesler wrote:
>> I was going to put a PS to my last comment re left-handers (but was
>> interrupted by my child-bride of 50-pus years), saying that I was  
>> told
>> yesterday that that famous saxophone-owner, former President Bill  
>> Clinton is
>> left-handed.
>   Bill:
> My understanding of the intent of the topic was not  to name  
> musicians who are lefthanded, but those who  play their instrument   
> lefthanded, which pretty well eliminates the reed section (except  
> Ted Lewis, of course, who always sounded as if he were playing  
> lefthanded).
>   Jack Tracy
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