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    The "gunk" I get from using synthetic oils is...

    The "gunk" I get from using synthetic oils is more immediate. Of course petroleum based oils can cause build up, but, for me at least, it occurs over a longer time period.
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    I'm someone who has had difficulty with synthetic...

    I'm someone who has had difficulty with synthetic valve oils. My spit seems to cause the synthetic oils (Hetmann, Yamaha, etc.) to "gunk up." I would be interested if the Houghton Horns oil is any...
  3. Thanks for an interesting and informative post. I...

    Thanks for an interesting and informative post. I don't think that I've ever seen that model. The 4th valve placement does look unusual but as long as it works for you, no worries.
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    Demondrae Thurman Master Class

    I wanted to alert euphonium players in central Indiana to the scheduled master class of Dr. Demondrae Thurman, Prof. of Euphonium at Indiana University, on Thursday, October 27th, 7pm at Paige’s...
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    Very interesting reviews. Thanks for posting!

    Very interesting reviews. Thanks for posting!
  6. Thanks for sharing. It's always good to hear the...

    Thanks for sharing. It's always good to hear the wonderful playing and musicianship of Mr. Hokazono.
  7. Very nice. Compliments to your principal flutist,...

    Very nice. Compliments to your principal flutist, Tracy. Great job!
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    "Thank you for your response. Based on other...

    "Thank you for your response. Based on other responses, I have already purchased a Wick 4AM, but your comments give me pause! Thanks."
    As you look through reviews and posts about mouthpieces, you'll...
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    I believe that daruby indicated that a your...

    I believe that daruby indicated that a your instrument requires a medium (Euro) shank mouthpiece. That is what my Besson New Standard requires. I played it with a small shank Bach 6 1/2 for a few...
  10. Expressive and impressive playing. Thanks for...

    Expressive and impressive playing. Thanks for posting.
  11. Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana has a...

    Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana has a music program that you might wish to explore, especially since you are a euphonium student. Michael Colburn is director of bands and also the euphonium...
  12. As I'm sure you're aware, Demondrae Thurman is...

    As I'm sure you're aware, Demondrae Thurman is professor of Euphonium at Indiana University Jacobs school of music. As Bloomington, Indiana is within driving distance of Interlochen, perhaps you...
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    Thanks for posting. I studied euphonium with...

    Thanks for posting. I studied euphonium with Prof. Smith while he was at Indiana University. He was a great musician and a true gentleman.
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    I'm disappointed that we don't see what happened...

    I'm disappointed that we don't see what happened to the whale after the music stopped.
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    This is always an interesting question. 1st off,...

    This is always an interesting question. 1st off, I'm an amateur, so other more skilled musicians may have differing experiences. That said, I've found that I get the best sound by matching the...
  16. I believe that QHR is still in business. My unit...

    I believe that QHR is still in business. My unit came with the tapered black tube on the end of the clear vinyl tube as pictured on their website. It is made to fit any bore....
  17. If you like the British sound, the Besson New...

    If you like the British sound, the Besson New Standard is one of the sweetest sounding euphoniums ever made. Intonation could be tricky but "lipable."
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    Howard Johnson RIP

    Acclaimed tubist and multi-instrumentalist Howard Johnson has died at age 79. I first discovered Mr. Johnson while listening to Taj Mahal's album, "The Real Thing." I was finally able to hear him...
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    I've never heard of this product. Please give us...

    I've never heard of this product. Please give us a review if you try it.
  20. Thread: Tone help

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    If none of the excellent suggestions posted above...

    If none of the excellent suggestions posted above work, you may wish to have a low brass instructor look at your embouchure. I had a tone quality problem in high school (many years ago), and a...
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    What a great resource. Thanks!

    What a great resource. Thanks!
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    https://imslp.org/wiki/Semele,_HWV_58_(Handel,_Geo...

    https://imslp.org/wiki/Semele,_HWV_58_(Handel,_George_Frideric)

    Choose the "Vocal Scores" tab. Then scroll down to the "Selections" heading. The second selection is "Aria: Where'er you walk...
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    Thanks Jim. I listened to the Canadian Brass...

    Thanks Jim. I listened to the Canadian Brass version of "Where'er You Walk." To my ears, their recording sounded less like a love song and more like a march. Regardless of the interpretation, I'm...
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    Where'er You Walk

    I recently watched a streamed performance by members of the Academy of Ancient Music. (Wonderful!) For an encore, oboist Leo Duarte played an instrumental version of the song, "Where'er You Walk"...
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    Valve oil asked for and given. Thanks for your...

    Valve oil asked for and given. Thanks for your interest.
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