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    Dave, please clean out your inbox!!

    Thanksgiving greetings! @davewerden

    Dave, please clean out your PM inbox. I'd normally send this in a PM, but your inbox is full.:rolleyes:

    Jim
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    I forgot to register formally, but I did go out...

    I forgot to register formally, but I did go out to the front yard and play. I did see a couple of neighbors pop out the door to listen.
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    The tubist is announced correctly as Fred Pfaff,...

    The tubist is announced correctly as Fred Pfaff, a true legend. The written ID at the beginning is incorrect.
    I had the pleasure to meet Fred in Florida, when he was in his 80's or perhaps even...
  4. So far, so good...but make it snappy since I'm...

    So far, so good...but make it snappy since I'm close on the list!! :p
    Unfortunately, the Indiana Wind Symphony December concert just got
    corona'ed out.:mad:
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    I also want to participate, on euphonium or...

    I also want to participate, on euphonium or trombone (since I won't have to move the slide).
    I'll be off to the site shortly to register.
    Thanks for the reminder.
    Jim
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    UPDATE: A friend will go through the music...

    UPDATE: A friend will go through the music library at the Shrine in Indianapolis to see what there is. Evidently they are not conscientious about keeping the library.
    My very knowledgeable...
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    Also--having performed the first and third...

    Also--having performed the first and third movements of the Townsend Chamber Concerto, it is hardly atonal. In fact, it's got some real catchy tunes in it and some humor in the last movement.
    The...
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    Dave, Noble Howard was an Indianapolis...

    Dave,
    Noble Howard was an Indianapolis institution. He played viola (IIRC) in the Indianapolis Symphony
    but was an avid euphonium player.
    Several years ago, I was allowed to use his double-bell...
  9. Words fail me! What a talent!

    Words fail me! What a talent!
  10. Normally when I play, I don't have to break my...

    Normally when I play, I don't have to break my own horn. My co-workers
    and the audience are more than happy to do it for me.
  11. A picture would be very helpful.

    A picture would be very helpful.
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    Both my original HBC and the inset piece arrived...

    Both my original HBC and the inset piece arrived in very good time.
    Faster, in fact, than I had expected!
  13. Thanks for this great post, Dave!! Went to his...

    Thanks for this great post, Dave!!
    Went to his site & checked out his
    wonderful stuff.
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    Several of us in the Indianapolis Brass Choir...

    Several of us in the Indianapolis Brass Choir tried it many (20?) years ago with very little effect.

    I did it on the Yamaha 641 I owned at the time and found little or no change.

    Normally a...
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    There's a version by the Canadian Brass where the...

    There's a version by the Canadian Brass where the solo is in the horn part. I play it frequently on my Yamaha 321 in my quintet--only goes up to a C above middle C, though the tessitura does sit...
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    Dennis, I'll send you the other arrangement you...

    Dennis,
    I'll send you the other arrangement you had mentioned as a get-well present...
    Might not be in the very near future, but I'll do it.
    You're great, but so are the full-paying customers!...
  17. from where????????? ;-)

    from where????????? ;-)
  18. John, please check your PMs.

    John, please check your PMs.
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    Hi... You have your tuner set at A442 rather...

    Hi...
    You have your tuner set at A442 rather than A440. Is that the custom where you're located?
    If 442 is your local standard, then the main tuning slide needs to be moved.
    If your tuner is set...
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    Thank you, Chris! I'll look forward to receiving...

    Thank you, Chris!
    I'll look forward to receiving mine--
    I'm in your system under my pseudonym, Jim Williams.
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    Well, I've had the thing for a few days, but I'm...

    Well, I've had the thing for a few days, but I'm loath to make any conclusions...

    *My practice basement isn't exactly an acoustic paradise. There's only a few feet
    from the bell to the drop...
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    Mike, I've heard that from Chrissie with the cap...

    Mike,
    I've heard that from Chrissie with the cap for her Neo.
    I'm not really feeling that, because the threads on the heavy cap (mine came yesterday)
    are so much deeper. I've tried it on all four...
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    Horns are made for a "typical" player and are not...

    Horns are made for a "typical" player and are not infinitely customizable off the showroom or factory floor to match individual preferences.

    Heavy caps may work for one player on one instrument,...
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    Thanks for that info! I had never heard of that...

    Thanks for that info! I had never heard of that company before. Some interesting instruments there...as well as a few interesting translations!
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    Thanks for this reminder, Fujiifilm! Here is an...

    Thanks for this reminder, Fujiifilm! Here is an excerpt from the explanation on HORNGUYS. COM :

    This rotor tunes to a flat whole step. That means the low Eb is right in tune played as 4-5. You...
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