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  1. euphmag's Avatar
    Many thanks.

    The CD is now available to download:

    https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/markglover2
  2. rudibred's Avatar
    For years, I thought a euphonium part written in T.C. had the same notes as if it were written on a T.C piano part and I could just use the E-G-B-D-F / F-A-C-E trick. Never understood why the different key. When picking up a piece of music in T.C. (for any instrument) and trying to play it on euphonium, how can you tell if it's representing concert pitch or the T.C. part say for a piano (or is that just unique to piano?)
  3. Davidus1's Avatar
    Thanks to both of you for your reviews. I may pick up this CD myself!
  4. Davidus1's Avatar
    Great video! Thanks for sharing.
  5. Davidus1's Avatar
    Thanks for posting this. I've heard those same things about silver being "brighter". Nice to know this.
  6. Davidus1's Avatar
    That's a great comparison! Thanks for posting this.
  7. davewerden's Avatar
    I just updated the baritone horn video because the original had gotten messed up by YouTube (it threw off the aspect ratio).
  8. davidapaulson's Avatar
    David,
    I have tried to contact Big Mouth Brass, as their euphoniums are not listed on their web site. It would appear that they are no longer manufacturing euphoniums.
    dPaulson.


    Quote Originally Posted by davewerden
    Big Mouth Brass sent the following to state why they think the intonation/response may not have been representative on the horn I tried.

    I noticed when I got home and was cleaning my horns that the Euph had three bags of silicone packing gel in it. I don't know how that may have affected the tuning but I put it on a tuner and did not find the discrepancy you did but unfortunately I did not test with the bags in so couldn't compare.
  9. davewerden's Avatar
    bhodson: If packed properly in the Bonna case it should be as well protected as in any hard case. Use the wide leather strap that is at the end of the case to pull the horn "into" the padding there. This will keep the bell from hitting the end of the case if it is dropped.
  10. bhodson's Avatar
    HI Dave
    Quick question. I know this is probably not the right place to ask... I have an Adams with the Bona case. I'm going to be flying to NYC with it and was wondering if you think the case is 'good enough' to protect my horn? Or if not, do you have any recommendations on another case I should use? Thanks very much.
  11. iiipopes's Avatar
    I agree that the distribution of mass makes a difference. I noticed similar differences on tuba between the two versions of the Wick 1 tuba mouthpiece. I also found, not only from the comparison of the different Wick models, classic and heritage, but also from as far afield as a Kelly mouthpiece needing a ring of golfer's lead tape around the throat to stabilize the dynamic extremes and provide better flexibility.
  12. John Morgan's Avatar
    Beautiful! Nicely done Dave and Sara!
  13. davewerden's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Tubaryan12
    I find if you raise the arm where the bell rests to its full height, the bell will sit comfortably there and make the euphonium rest in a more stable position without needing to have the lower cradles be any tighter.
    Good point! I just assumed the smaller setting would be best, but I'll play around with the arms a bit. Thanks!
  14. Tubaryan12's Avatar
    I find if you raise the arm where the bell rests to its full height, the bell will sit comfortably there and make the euphonium rest in a more stable position without needing to have the lower cradles be any tighter.