Posted by Leland on June 30, 1999 at 15:35:29:
In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Chicago Yorks? posted by Matt R. on June 30, 1999 at 12:39:21:
Just quibbling, but the "Orchestral Excerpts for Tuba" CD (or something close to that title) has just the tuba, a chair, and a stand on a stage on the cover picture.
The "Tuba Tracks" CD has Pokorny holding the York, standing in front of the 844 steam engine.
A tidbit -- if you've been lucky enough to see & hear that engine (formerly known as the 8444) at work in person, you'll probably agree that it IS the most entertaining out there, especially when it still had its "ears" -- which I think it has in that picture. It's also got the most memorable, goosebump-inducing whistle sound of any I've heard.