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When a brass player says he's ill, he's ill | reviews, news & interviews

When a brass player says he's ill, he's ill...

When a brass player says he's ill, he's ill...

Singers are always calling in sick. The merest puff of wind can blow a voice into A&E. The tiniest tickle in the throat can leave 2000 people jilted. They build instrumental musicians more robustly, especially brass players, so when David Pyatt told the London Symphony Orchestra, for whom he is co-principal horn, that he has an infected wisdom tooth, that's what he's got.

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