Meyer saxophone mouthpiece - Otto link alto sax mouthpiece.
Meyer Saxophone Mouthpiece
- a part that goes over or into the mouth of a person; "the mouthpiece of a respirator"
- A part of a musical instrument placed between or against the lips
- A thing designed to be put in or against the mouth
- The part of a telephone for speaking into
- an acoustic device; the part of a telephone into which a person speaks
- a spokesperson (as a lawyer)
- The saxophone (also referred to as the sax) is a conical-bored transposing musical instrument that is a member of the woodwind family. Saxophones are usually made of brass and played with a single-reed mouthpiece similar to that of the clarinet.
- sax: a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore
- (saxophonist) a musician who plays the saxophone
- A member of a family of metal wind instruments with a single-reed mouthpiece, used esp. in jazz and dance music
- Meyer Definition: From the Middle High German word "meiger," meaning "higher or superior," often used for stewards of landholders or great farmers or leaseholders - today a Meier is a dairy farmer.
- Meyers, a variant surname spelling of Myers, is of both English and German surname origin. The German surname refers to a town magistrate. The English surname may mean "physician" (from "mire", Old French, or "marsh" (from "myrr", Old Norse}. There are many variant spellings.
- Adolf Bernard Meyer (1840 - 1911) was a German anthropologist , ornithologist and entomologist.
Dessert: Meyer Lemon Soufflé
The Meyer lemon souffle was picture-perfect - as it was in texture and taste. I'm really impressed that the restaurant would be so daring as to coordinate souffles for everyone in that evening! To be sure, in some aspects, it makes dessert servicing somewhat more predictable... but making all of those souffles and timing them for each table, I can imagine, could spell disaster.
The souffle was garnished with a Meyer lemon leaf. As well, little pots of cardamom creme anglaise were provided for each diner to sauce their souffle to their liking.
The souffle was not overly eggy, and was ethereally light. I'm personally not a fan of cardamom, but I will admit that the creme anglaise worked magnificently with the subtle and mild citrus. One note on the creme anglaise - although I could have sworn I tasted a heavy dose of ginger in the creme anglaise, my server, after checking, reassured me that there was only cardamom.
Eric Meyer's Captivated Audience
Eric Meyer presenting Debug/Reboot in the conference room at the Palace Hotel from the back of the room. This image is a composite of 7 photos automatically aligned and exposure matched using Autopano Pro 1.4.2.
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