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    You're right! Marched 2015-2016. The Kings were...

    You're right! Marched 2015-2016. The Kings were definitely a improvement across the hornline.

    Come to think of it, I remember noticing during the prelims theater broadcast in 2018 that most if...
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    I would agree with what Mike has posted....

    I would agree with what Mike has posted. Particularly for a school program, marching baritones are much more preferable compared to most marching euphoniums, especially in regards to ergonomics and...
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    I think the "desirable sound" for a euphonium...

    I think the "desirable sound" for a euphonium was/is somewhat different in the UK/Europe compared to the U.S. I'm not as familiar with the UK/European sound legacy, so hopefully someone more...
  4. CSO Brass - Strauss Alpine Symphony + Also Sprach

    Fantastic performance of Strauss' Eine Alpensinfonie and Also Sprach Zarathurstra by the Chicago Symphony Brass.

    Both are arranged by Jay Friedman, who is conducting.


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    Hi Micah, What particularly did you like about...

    Hi Micah,

    What particularly did you like about the bronze mouthpiece compared to brass? I've been curious about bronze since seeing Gail Robertson had a custom model made through Warburton, also...
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    Steven Mead's online store looks like they have...

    Steven Mead's online store looks like they have the DW bell covers for sale, so you should be able to order one through them.

    I'm guessing that DF Music will probably get them as well at some...
  7. Always cool to see when the instrument shows up...

    Always cool to see when the instrument shows up in TV/film. Thanks for sharing this!

    It also looks like there might be a trumpet or cornet in front of the euphonium? There's what looks like the...
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    Thanks everyone! I do plan to keep it readily...

    Thanks everyone! I do plan to keep it readily available as a resource to access, as well as keep updating it with new pieces.

    And Rick, that's awesome that your band director works for Bravo...
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    Compositions by Japanese Composers

    Hi everyone! I want to share a personal project I've been building on and off for about a year: This a spreadsheet compiling works for euphonium by Japanese composers, including original compositions...
  10. Thread: Bell cover

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    I haven't had the chance (nor need) to try them...

    I haven't had the chance (nor need) to try them yet, but it looks like Denis Wick has developed a line of bell covers for all brass instruments. I think they were released fairly recently, but the...
  11. I agree. The only other 4-valve non-compensating...

    I agree. The only other 4-valve non-compensating model Yamaha produces (as far as I'm aware) is the 621, which is a 3+1 setup, but I'm also pretty sure they're not readily imported into the U.S....
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    On the subject of which excerpts from that book...

    On the subject of which excerpts from that book to select week to week, I would encourage *not* going through the book in page order, but rather picking from each of the major sections (as Dave...
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    Some really interesting insight, Doug, thank you...

    Some really interesting insight, Doug, thank you for sharing! I had a lesson with Steven Mead a few years ago (when I was still playing on a York Preference euph) and he mentioned how the valves on...
  14. I'm not sure if he uses this forum, but I think...

    I'm not sure if he uses this forum, but I think Steven Mead would be well worth reaching out to regarding this topic if you haven't already, as I believe has been consulting on the design of the...
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    I can't speak to the difference(s) between the...

    I can't speak to the difference(s) between the Schilke and Willson 51D as I've never tried them, but in regards to your second question:

    Medium/euro shank mouthpieces are a little harder to find...
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    Bowman Mouthpieces Are Back!

    I saw this was posted on Facebook about a week ago, but it looks like Griego has finally restarted production of the Bowman BB mouthpieces previously produced for DEG, and are now for sale through...
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    The accounts of the Sinfonico playing very sharp...

    The accounts of the Sinfonico playing very sharp are interesting to hear. I didn't get to play the prototype at ITEC, but I did get some time on what I think may have been a preproduction model...
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    Regarding the Prodige range, I recall seeing some...

    Regarding the Prodige range, I recall seeing some Facebook posts by Steven Mead a few weeks back where he was going to be creating some promo/demo videos for this new range of horns. It looked like...
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    Wow, that is a gorgeous piece, thanks for sharing...

    Wow, that is a gorgeous piece, thanks for sharing Christiane!
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    Regarding the 5th-valve add on for the Yamaha...

    Regarding the 5th-valve add on for the Yamaha 321, apparently they were made by Kanstul for Stauffer Brass. TheHornGuys still has the listing and description (with photos) on their website for...
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    Another video to add to this thread! Here's...

    Another video to add to this thread! Here's "Flowers Will Bloom" performed by the Japan United Brass Project and members of the Cory Band (UK):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiRneHkTSu0
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    2020 IET Virtual Concert Collection

    Here's a playlist of the recitals and concerts from IET this year! There are 4 more videos upcoming (1 tonight, 2 Saturday, and a final massed performance that will be released in July) and I'll...
  23. Elgar's Nimrod by 100 Tuba & Euphonium Players from Around the World

    In case any of you haven't been able to watch/listen to this yet, Scott Sutherland and Philip Broome helped organize and create a multitrack performance of an arrangement of Nimrod from Elgar's...
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    I can't remember the exact chemical reactions...

    I can't remember the exact chemical reactions that are occurring, but basically the tarnish/oxidation is being taken off the silver and onto the aluminum foil if I recall correctly. (Hence why if you...
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    "Karaoke" Playlists for Tuba Euph Solos!

    Just saw this posted on Facebook, and thought I would share it here as well! Sadayuki Ogura, a Japanese tuba player, has helped create playlists on Youtube of piano accompaniment tracks for tuba and...
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