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  1. It bugs me, too. A couple things I bought lately...

    It bugs me, too. A couple things I bought lately have been obvious photo copies (or something similar) of older publications. The output is too "thick" and is hard to read. These seem to be made from...
  2. Wow - that's one I should have noticed! The...

    Wow - that's one I should have noticed! The valves look to be in great shape, which is a huge factor. The horn has the medium receiver, which makes it even more special given the condition....
  3. Sticky: FS: Conn Connstellation Curved Bell Euphonium in Lacquer

    Here is a very low price for a Connstellation that is in better shape than most. It looks like the trigger is missing the thumb-rod and there may be a bell crease. The finish seems good and I don't...
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    Welcome to the forum! I'm sorry you lost out on...

    Welcome to the forum! I'm sorry you lost out on the eBay auction, but perhaps our alert members here will help you find another opportunity.
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    Micah: please see my PM. Thanks.

    Micah: please see my PM. Thanks.
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    Thanks for the info. I tried on FF, Chrome, and...

    Thanks for the info. I tried on FF, Chrome, and Edge on my Windows 10 PC and they all work.

    It's possible it will work after you reboot next time. It is also possible that an ad blocker could be...
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    Hmm. The embedded video works fine for me using...

    Hmm. The embedded video works fine for me using Chrome on Windows. What browser/computer are you using?
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    Thanks for posting that video - I really enjoyed...

    Thanks for posting that video - I really enjoyed watching it!

    Funny you should mention the no-key-change deal. I've just had occasion to work on 2 marches that stayed in 2 flats (treble) for the...
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    Happy Birthday U.S. Coast Guard!

    You know, when I first joined the CG Band, it was just a way to get a military job in a band. (But in fairness to me, I was exceptionally stupid about life at the time!) The longer I was in, the more...
  10. Yes, good advice. I used to do so in the CG Band,...

    Yes, good advice. I used to do so in the CG Band, although I played the majority of the solos. In pieces where there was a repeat, like the Holst 2nd Suite's march, I would play the solo one time and...
  11. Those are both great tips! I especially like the...

    Those are both great tips! I especially like the second one - it's so much more subtle than looking to the section and shouting "H" or whatever rehearsal letter is there!
  12. That might be a good thing to try! The CG Band...

    That might be a good thing to try! The CG Band changed our seating arrangement a few times, and it was enlightening to hear from a different perspective.
  13. What Is the Role of the Principal Euphonium Player?

    This came up on Facebook in the "euphonium players" group. Here was my answer; please add anything I might have missed or correct me if you disagree with any point(s):
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    That's a very good point! The main value I see in...

    That's a very good point! The main value I see in the Chinese horns is that they brought well-playing compensating horns down to a low price. But if you truly don't care about the compensating...
  15. Just a slip of the brain as I was typing - I made...

    Just a slip of the brain as I was typing - I made the reference more clear in my post above. Thanks!

    Bill Himes was indeed a fine person. I met him in 1978 after he performed a solo; then many...
  16. I don't have any related jokes, to offer, but......

    I don't have any related jokes, to offer, but...

    Interestingly, I think that more than any other post I can think of, this one really points out a difference in culture. Most of us who grew up in...
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    I hope it works out! It'll be a darned pretty...

    I hope it works out! It'll be a darned pretty mouthpiece when you get it!
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    Or this might work: ...

    Or this might work:

    https://www.thomannmusic.com/alliance_wfm_dc4_euphonium_gp.htm
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    You can buy the from Alliance, and their site is...

    You can buy the from Alliance, and their site is secure. But according to the message here they are re-doing thing and will be ready to take orders sometime in August:
    ...
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    If you have trouble finding a metal 51D, Kelly...

    If you have trouble finding a metal 51D, Kelly offers a Lexan 51 with small shank. They are quite good.

    https://www.kellymouthpieces.com/kmtrombonesmall/index.asp
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    To SOME extent I think switching mouthpiece for...

    To SOME extent I think switching mouthpiece for specific uses is OK. However, it is like any other skill and requires some practice - it may not work well the first couple of times.

    In the CG...
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    FWIW, it may not be in the Compendium I...

    FWIW, it may not be in the Compendium I mentioned. There is no article by Fennell. There is no title starting with "Lincoln..." (although it could be under "A Guide to..." or "Errors in ..." or...
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    I suspect the errata might be within the Brass...

    I suspect the errata might be within the Brass Compendium that The Instrumentalist magazine published. Not sure if it is still available.

    But here is a start on tracking down the issues:
    ...
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    Magikarp: I have to disagree. While it is true...

    Magikarp:

    I have to disagree. While it is true we have an abundance of CD's now, the same could be said of orchestral recordings of the classics, for example, but see my point (A) below.

    More...
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    Germans Are SO COOL!

    So how hot is it where you are today? We got up to 90, which is pretty tame for this summer.
    This beginning of this video gives you a chance to practice your German comprehension skills, but the...
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