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Dave Lampson

Born Feb 5, 1957, Lawton, Oklahoma. Began monitoring trumpet at age 10, then turned initial to baritone, after that to trombone. Generally self-taught aside from one senior high school training course in contrapuntal tranquility, and private functionality lessons. Performed in marching, concert and stage rings in senior high school; concert music group and trombone choir for my initial year in university. Taught myself transpositionand agreement by writing down popular parts for rock-band and stageband from piano and sketch ratings.Quit performance for degrees in nuclear engineering and mathematics in the School of Oklahoma. Nevertheless, my curiosity about documented and live music, and music background, continuing unabated. Though I used to be exposed to traditional music from an early on age, my interest for the classics surfaced no more than 18 years back. Since that time I’ve devoted a big part of my free time to participating in concerts, reading biographies, and collecting recordings from the Baroque, Classical and Intimate instrumental repertoire.Proved helpful for days gone by 12 years being a software program engineer and system analystin the nuclear, aerospace, and today, telecommunications industries withspecialization in realtime simulation/modeling and system developmenttechniques. Presently surviving in Centreville, Virginia (a suburb of Washington D.C.)using a pup, four felines, and, oh yes, my partner.Despite the fact that I still enjoy rock, really difficult rock and jazz, my hearing thesedays is mainly pre-20th century classical music. I’ve an array of curiosity about composers from early Baroque through the Neo-Romantic, especially those composers which have been generally ignored for onereason or another. My latest special interest is within the composers of the next New England College – Paine, Chadwick, Seaside, MacDowell, etc. My current task is to build up an entire Vivaldi catalog cross-reference data source.Additional interests include films, reading (mostly science fiction and dream, but also nonmusic biographies, background, etc.), and technology (pc technology, astronomy, physics, globe technology, etc.). Desert Isle Picks BACH, J.S. 7 Toccatas BWV 910-916 Colin Tilney Dorian Recordings DOR-90115 CORELLI 12 Sonatas Op. 5 Trio Sonnerie Virgin Classics Veritas VCD790840-2 (2CDs) BACH, J.S. “Brandenburg” Concertos BWV 1046-1051 Academy of Old Music/Hogwood L’Oiseau-Lyre 414187-2 (2CDs) HANDEL “Drinking water Music” Suites The British Concert/Pinnock Archiv 410525-2 TELEMANN “Musique de Desk” Musica Antiqua Koln/Goebel Archiv 427619-2 (4CDs) BEETHOVEN Full Piano Sonatas Alfred Brendel Vox CDX5028/42/56/60, Compact disc3X3017, PVT7200 (12CDs) SCHUBERT Past due Piano Functions Alfred Brendel Philips 426128-2 (7CDs) BEETHOVEN Full String Quartets Quartetto Italiano Philips 426046-2, 420797-2, 426050-2 (10CDs) MOZART, W.A. Fortepiano Concertos Malcolm Bilson/British Baroque Soloists/Gardiner Archiv 431211-2 (9CDs) BEETHOVEN Full Symphonies Chamber Orchestra Of European countries/Harnoncourt Teldec 2292-46452-2 (5CDs) BRUCKNER Full Symphonies Staatskapelle Dresden/Jochum EMI CZS7629352 (9CDs) SCHUBERT Full Symphonies Chamber Orchestra Of European countries/Abbado DGG 423651-2 (5CDs)

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