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New MP3.COM Tune from Nick Drozdoff's Upcoming CD, "New Stuff"

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The latest tune from Nick Drozdoff's upcoming CD, “New Stuff by Nick Drozdoff" has just been posted to MP3.COM for FREE playback and downloading.

The new tune is called “Introspection" and features four trombones, four flugelhorns, four trumpets, drums, bass and keyboards. It is a simple tune consisting of two vamps acting in modest counterpoint to each other followed by an improvised development section featuring solo trumpet.

You can get to the site by going to Mr. D's Music Web Page at MP3.com. The url is http://www.mp3.com/NickDrozdoff.

Also featured are several other cuts from this forthcoming CD. They are “Eternal Noon", “Yon Form Rows" and “Trumpet Minature #1."

Also found at that site are over seventy sound files covering everything from classical brass work to instructional methods on trumpet technique. All playbacks and downloads are free. Royalties are paid to the artists via MP3.COM's payback for plaback plan making it on of very few in not the ONLY online music site that pays it's artists.

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