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    Yes, thanks to Rick for his hard work rounding...

    Yes, thanks to Rick for his hard work rounding these up! Dennis, I find that listening carefully and with your heart can be an extremely valuable aid to your playing, once you get back to the horn.
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    I use the thicker key oil from Hetmann.

    I use the thicker key oil from Hetmann.
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    Wow, John! That's serious electrical...

    Wow, John! That's serious electrical infiltration!

    Some surge protectors supposedly have a $___ damage guarantee, so they might reimburse you to some extent. And some surge protectors have cable...
  4. ...or perhaps at his own reflection with...

    ...or perhaps at his own reflection with disdain???
  5. I find the suite works pretty well for euphonium...

    I find the suite works pretty well for euphonium quartet! Here is the 3rd movement with me, me, me, and me playing.


    https://youtu.be/PW3BwhTQiXg
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    You are correct about me liking it! The...

    You are correct about me liking it! The combination of electric guitar and euphonium works quite well. I've never had the chance to try it.

    I just looked, and I have done a few dozen pop-ish songs...
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    On switching mouthpieces between solo/ensemble, I...

    On switching mouthpieces between solo/ensemble, I agree with John. For most people that is not the best approach. An all-around mouthpiece is better.
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    Good project! One should be comfortable in both...

    Good project! One should be comfortable in both clefs, even though most of us have a preference for one or the other.

    I think you would like having the new bass clef Arban book:
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    You have a tough job ahead! I have yet to find a...

    You have a tough job ahead! I have yet to find a quick & easy way to dependably choose a mouthpiece. Having said that, I think there are two paths:


    Contact Doug Elliott and work with him. He...
  10. Sticky: FS: Conn 14-i Lacquer 3-Valve Euphonium - BARGAIN

    Please look this over - the only "interesting" damage I see is the back of the bell. That should be easy to fix if you are so inclined. There some other minor dents, but otherwise the horn looks to...
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    It looks like my shared session will be at 2pm...

    It looks like my shared session will be at 2pm (Eastern, I think) on 6/16.
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    IET 2020 - New Feature - LEGEND Series

    This year's IET will be happening in a virtual environment. In addition to the customary activities, they are adding a Legend series this year. I'm proud to be participating in that part. In Adam...
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    Great CD / MP3 from Bente Illevold

    I just put up a review of Bente's new CD. Spoiler alert: it's a really good performance!

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/entry.php/810-New-CD-from-Bente-Illevold
  14. Congratulations on winning the horn! The...

    Congratulations on winning the horn!

    The leadpipe probably just needs to be re-plated. A good repair shop could remove it; then it might need to be sent out for plating.

    As far as dent work,...
  15. FS: Willson 2975 4-Front-Valve Compensating Euphonium

    VERY fine 2975 just listed. I see nothing wrong with the appearance. It comes with a modified hard case that has wheels. The original medium-shank receiver has been replaced with a large size. It...
  16. That might make me hesitate as well. However, the...

    That might make me hesitate as well. However, the price is pretty low, and it MIGHT play fine. My main concern is the large patch of plating damage that is right alongside a port.
  17. Welcome to the forum! Photos might help some...

    Welcome to the forum!

    Photos might help some folks add some information, and without them the value is impossible to guess.

    However, the serial number would indicate it was made around...
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    To add a little more color, the holiday was...

    To add a little more color, the holiday was originally known as "Decoration Day" and was a day when people would visit the cemeteries where war dead were buried and put flowers or flags on the grave....
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    I think most players try to evoke a solemn mood...

    I think most players try to evoke a solemn mood and play according to their sense of that. In general, the Army is the authority on such matters, and their sound sample has vibrato:
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    I saw this on Instagram (Matthew Summers), so...

    I saw this on Instagram (Matthew Summers), so apparently euphoniums are part of this event! The photo is from Arlington Cemetery.

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    I was thinking about that myself, and I'm not...

    I was thinking about that myself, and I'm not sure if there is any "etiquette" attached to this. That's not what I would say myself, but that format of greeting has become commonplace for general...
  22. Thanks also to Shawn and Rick!

    Thanks also to Shawn and Rick!
  23. Thanks, John!

    Thanks, John!
  24. Memorial Day Tribute - Euphonium Quartet

    This idea came to me last night, so I put a quartet recording together today.

    https://youtu.be/w30Wp0tVRCY

    "The Vacant Chair" was written after the Civil War, and refers to a vacant place at...
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    This is a neat event! A friend is doing it with...

    This is a neat event! A friend is doing it with his trumpet and his father's WWII uniform. I think he is taking my suggestion to work with another trumpet player and do echo taps. The CG Band used...
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