34 thoughts on “Happy Holidays from the New York Philharmonic

  1. Stephanie Curry Post author

    Love the color change to signify the move towards slightly more vibrant music

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  2. Adhanda Post author

    Sure looks like Wycliff Gordon on 2nd…………………………..

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  3. Carlos De Leon Post author

    Simply: Beautiful! Thank you gentlemen. Those trombones sound so melodious and sweet. Through the years I've been 'familiar' with the gentleman with the pony tail. Being a Catholic, Merry Xmas. & Happy New Year to all of you and the great, entire New York Philhamonic.

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  5. Wayne A. W. Post author

    All these years I still wonder who was the French Horn player who missed the cue in Liszt I at the André Watts Anniversary Concert haha

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  6. counterfit5 Post author

    Why have the B&W section when they’ve all got lights on their horns? And Wycliffe’s shirt deserves 100% color

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  7. Ide Cantwell, Barnes Post author

    Greetings and thank you to the New York Philharmonic for your music and for this lovely find of your Holiday Greetings.

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  8. SJKile Post author

    Why can’t Leftists say Merry CHRISTmas? It is disgusting at the very least.

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  9. Kyle Post author

    I say Merry Christmas because Christmas is a national holiday and holidays is not a national holiday

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  10. ben gurion Post author

    The Pittsburgh symphony with principle trombonist Pete Sullivan plays these songs much better

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  11. Nathaniel Oxford Post author

    Except for Jesu (which only ever sounds good on strings or organ), that sounds fantastic!

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  12. Bonnie Lynn Adelson Post author

    Jazzy Duet with Bonnie Lynn Adelson and Randy Bradley

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  13. Kat L Post author

    OMG THE SECOND GUY ON THE RIGHT WAS MY TEACHERS TROMBONE PROFESSOR! My band teachers name is Martin Blount.

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