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Fire + Tuba =


I don't often check out boingboing, but this is an entertaining post. The flaming tuba, realized and conceived by David Silverman. Just a few years ago I might've actually wanted to use this! (Scary thought, eh?)

A friend of mine, Anna Maltese, is an expert fire dancer. I'd watch her perform with her other fire and circus pals -- and that's when it hit me: fire+tuba=fun. Very simple equation. The "+" was the the tricky part. . . .

Now I am happily performing with Anna's fire company, Phoenix Projekt. Call me Tubatron. Here to spread joy, music, tuba flames, and pedal-tone B flats.


Thanks, Liz, for the heads up!

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Anonymous Liz said . . .

And wouldn't that be a terrific finale for a recital or concert? What music would you play?    

4:40 PM, May 16, 2006


Blogger morskyjezek said . . .

:-) That would be good, though perhaps a bit "over the top."

(Flaming) tuba quartet arrangments of Entry of the Gladiators or Ride of the Valkyries might be appropriate.    

9:41 AM, May 17, 2006


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