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  1. Thread: F A Reynolds

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    F A Reynolds

    Howzabout some pictures!! ;-)
  2. Thread: My journey…

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    Congratulations!!

    Congratulations!!
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    Dave, is your water "limey"? We have some of the...

    Dave, is your water "limey"? We have some of the "hardest" water in the country around south-central Indiana, and I find that lime builds up on pistons/in cylinders in spite of oral hygiene efforts....
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    I'm struck by the parallels here between this discussion and similar issues in radio transmission and antennas.
    *We are the transmitter.

    *The euphonium is a resonator at various frequencies--in...
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    The proverbial "belly guard."

    The proverbial "belly guard."
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    LOL!!;) You anywhere near Logan? One of my...

    LOL!!;)
    You anywhere near Logan? One of my favorite places on earth!!
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    John, what you're describing will work only if...

    John, what you're describing will work only if your framistans are cogulated. Just FYI.
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    For all hams who can use 10 meters, GET ON!!...

    For all hams who can use 10 meters, GET ON!!
    It's absolutely jumping with signals from all over the world. I've put 10 countries in the logbook this week alone on SSB!!
    73 de N9EJR
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    It is frequently the case that persons in the...

    It is frequently the case that persons in the public eye have one public persona and a private persona 180 degrees off the public persona. In that sense, the euphonium world is no different from many...
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    Everything I've heard/played by Rossano Galante...

    Everything I've heard/played by Rossano Galante has been excellent!
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    Glad to see a few more hams here--thanks to all...

    Glad to see a few more hams here--thanks to all who posted!
    Look for me on 10 meters around 28050 for CW and 28410 for
    SSB. Sorry...no FT8 ;-)
    73 de N9EJR
  12. As someone who is paid to typeset music using...

    As someone who is paid to typeset music using Finale (96%) and Sibelius (4%), I am constantly surprised by the low quality of published sheet music--egregious note errors, execrable note spacing,...
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    Prof

    Here's a variation on the theme: I actually VOLUNTEERED to play 2nd baritone.
    In 1988-89 I was in Grantham, Lincolnshire as an exchange professor of finance.
    I had been solo euph in the...
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    Yamaha neo with useful modifications

    Hi...
    For sale is a Yamaha Neo euphonium in silver plate. Purchased new by me in 2018 and used in my positions as soloist/principal player in several Indy-area ensembles--Indianapolis Brass Choir,...
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    Dean, The BB series reminds me very much of an...

    Dean,
    The BB series reminds me very much of an older British brand called Kosicup. I saw/tried a few Kosicups when I was in Lincolnshire a few decades ago. In that sense, it's kind of ironic that...
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    KD0GHB de N9EJR... Nice to meet you and welcome...

    KD0GHB de N9EJR...
    Nice to meet you and welcome to the forum.
    Sunspot numbers are rising and things are perking up on my favorite band--10 meters.
    I've got an Antron A-99 that I'm waiting to raise...
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    John... Birthday greetings from Indiana! Jim

    John...
    Birthday greetings from Indiana!
    Jim
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    Indiana Wind Symphony is doing "Symphonic...

    Indiana Wind Symphony is doing "Symphonic Prelude--Black Is the Color..." in a couple of weeks.
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    Loved the way he played that Connstellation!

    Loved the way he played that Connstellation!
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    Ann... The big question remains unasked, hence...

    Ann...
    The big question remains unasked, hence unanswered:
    In what kind of ensemble are you playing?
    If you are in a brass band, a baritone will be ok on a baritone part, not on a euphonium part...
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    Hi! I lived in Grantham 1n 1989-90 while I was...

    Hi!
    I lived in Grantham 1n 1989-90 while I was on an exchange program teaching at Harlaxton College!
    I played with the Grantham Concert band under MD Geoff Kirkby, but I understand the band no...
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    Some positive thoughts

    The two testing opportunities I had the pleasure to conduct have left me with very positive experiences:

    *I enjoyed playing two very different styles of euphonium.
    *We should all be enthusiastic...
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    ...and have a look at the 1st Tenor Tuba part to...

    ...and have a look at the 1st Tenor Tuba part to the Janacek Sinfionetta. I think there are about 21 consecutive of those B naturals. Add to that the Alec Wilder Sonata, that STARTS on that B natural...
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    Yeah, but he didn't have a very good ear for...

    Yeah, but he didn't have a very good ear for music.
    Jawel, maar hij had geen oor voor muziek!
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    Richard III: As I have stated, John Morgan has...

    Richard III:
    As I have stated, John Morgan has provided a marvelous set of pieces played on the Sinfonico. I most highly recommend them to your attention.
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