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  1. Thread: Brilliant Playing!

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    Brilliant Playing!

    Thanks to Adams for putting these three videos on YouTube! Of course they're marketing pieces, but mostly they're just wonderful performances by Mauro Martins. You have to get past a bit of talk, but...
  2. Really terrific playing, Dave! Along with the...

    Really terrific playing, Dave! Along with the great double tonguing, I loved the expressiveness of the playing of the opening slow melody and the way you got the notes in the fast slurs to pop as you...
  3. Thread: Adams Sonic

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    So I ordered one. The shop I placed the order...

    So I ordered one. The shop I placed the order with said Adams was going to make 12 in September, and I could get one from that allocation. If all goes well, I'll have it in October sometime.

    John
  4. Thread: Adams Sonic

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    Adams Sonic

    OK, so this video has almost convinced me to order an Adams Sonic. I just love the sound the performer gets on the Sonic!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5iezSAwth4

    Years ago I argued for a...
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    Here's a great example of valve trombone as a...

    Here's a great example of valve trombone as a solo instrument, the jazz player Bob Brookmeyer, playing "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes." In his time he was famous as a valve trombonist.
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    I would talk to Doug Elliott.

    I would talk to Doug Elliott.
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    Beautiful playing! I agree with Doug--you sound...

    Beautiful playing! I agree with Doug--you sound fantastic. The Sovereign is a very special instrument when played with the wonderful musicianship you show in these videos. I've subscribed to your...
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    About 10 years ago I played a German 967 in a...

    About 10 years ago I played a German 967 in a very fine wind ensemble. The director, a guy with a doctorate from Eastman School of music, loved the sound of the 967 and thought it was the perfect...
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    "a little more compact" "takes a look back at...

    "a little more compact" "takes a look back at our past, rather than going too much bigger"

    The only part of the American wind band market and wind band sound concept which has been standardized...
  10. I like the lyrical playing and the fat, fluid...

    I like the lyrical playing and the fat, fluid sound he gets on the recording. This takes me back to the baritone (not euphonium!) sound of the 1960s. No way to know now, but what horn might he have...
  11. Thread: Misa Mead

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    Misa Mead

    Just heard this lovely, sensitive performance by Misa Mead. I hope that she continues to perform jazz ballads, because it's so rare to hear the euphonium played well in this style.
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  12. Thread: Demondrae video

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    Demondrae video

    Some very nice, in the groove playing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBQBgHV7uQk
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    Many of us who play the euphonium feel as you do....

    Many of us who play the euphonium feel as you do. It can be beautiful and effective when used in popular genres, but the tradition just isn't there, nor are many players, even the best, comfortable...
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    Tenor sax parts are in B flat treble clef and...

    Tenor sax parts are in B flat treble clef and would be a good source for this. I have played a little big band jazz, reading tenor sax parts in an all brass group. Lots of melody, but range and...
  15. Thread: 2280 vs 24/25i

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    The first time I heard a 2280, from a guy who was...

    The first time I heard a 2280, from a guy who was sitting in our community band, it was a head turner because of its warm, resonant sound. I've always liked them since.
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    Hmm, to reply to myself, I left out bore size....

    Hmm, to reply to myself, I left out bore size. Too open and I start to sound tubaish; too closed, too tromboney. But everyone is different.
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    For me, it's the opposite. My jaw, teeth and lips...

    For me, it's the opposite. My jaw, teeth and lips worth best together when playing a mouthpiece of the Wick 3 diameter. I started small, as did most everybody of my age (71), and progressed from 6...
  18. Thread: Doc Severinsen

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    Doc Severinsen

    Not sure where to post this but just saw that the PBS American Masters series will have an episode on Doc Severinsen April 2nd. It will cover more than just his trumpet playing....
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    Yamaha makes a bell front YEP-211, which would...

    Yamaha makes a bell front YEP-211, which would definitely play brighter than the Festivo. Inexpensive used ones are sometimes on Ebay.
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    Ellerby Concerto, MVT III

    Perhaps the most beautiful, sad, and moving piece of slow, lyrical writing for the euphonium to be heard:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LWW8QniEPQ

    John
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    I'm one more, been playing a Neo for the past few...

    I'm one more, been playing a Neo for the past few years.
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    About 10 years ago I was playing a concert in a...

    About 10 years ago I was playing a concert in a large arts center auditorium. The almost new Yamaha Neo euphonium was in an open case behind a curtain in a very dark area. I went to pick it up,...
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    It's not a Neo, so it's the original 642. Seems...

    It's not a Neo, so it's the original 642. Seems to be in good shape. If there were no hidden problems, I might offer up to $3,000.
  24. Thread: Questions!

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    I would recommend a Mack EU1150S with a Denis...

    I would recommend a Mack EU1150S with a Denis Wick SM4U for everything you want to play in the euphonium/tenor tuba repertoire.
  25. Thread: SM3 vs DC2

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    I've played both mouthpieces for extended periods...

    I've played both mouthpieces for extended periods each. In terms of sound the main difference is the SM3 plays warm & smooth, the DC2 brilliant & fluid.
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