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    Ametropia - At the risk of going off topic for a...

    Ametropia - At the risk of going off topic for a tuba/euphonium forum, I would ask this. But aren't a bassoon and flute embouchure rather different from each other? After all, one is pointed kind of...
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    Besson may be the Stradivarius of euphoniums, but...

    Besson may be the Stradivarius of euphoniums, but if the Geneva is the horn of your heart, which it sounds like it/she is, make it/her the horn that you keep. There is no shame in that.
    - Sara
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    Guess what? Someone, not me, is planning on...

    Guess what? Someone, not me, is planning on putting together a Trombone & Tuba Day at Tim's Music in the Sacramento, CA area. I don't have any details yet about when, but the where is 6818 Fair...
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    Sticky: All this collective knowledge of horn specs is...

    All this collective knowledge of horn specs is great. But I find myself getting a little lost in the posts. Would someone pull together the brands and models, and create a quick reference table...
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    Nitrocellulose vs Epoxy Lacquer

    Lacquer composition seems to be an interesting topic around here lately (http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthread.php/23669-Selecting-a-Besson/page2#.XmrnjUplA2w see posts 13, 14, and 15). So I...
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    When I was playing in high school (roughly 25...

    When I was playing in high school (roughly 25 years ago), I was taught to think and articulate "da" for regular attacks, "ta" for staccato/marcato, and "la" for a lagato playing style. "La" also ...
  7. The Planets may not be, strictly speaking, a...

    The Planets may not be, strictly speaking, a brass ensemble piece, but I have enjoyed every arrangement of Jupiter that I have heard. Mars does have some meaty brass parts. Personally I find...
  8. Gustav Holst - from The Planets Suite, Jupiter.

    Gustav Holst - from The Planets Suite, Jupiter.
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    This does sound like great fun. But I am not...

    This does sound like great fun. But I am not sure that I have the time and mental bandwidth to pull together the planning of a low brass event at Tim's Music.

    Although, I was hoping that this...
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    Other than calling the store and asking for...

    Other than calling the store and asking for Scott, or asking a local cornetist I go to church with to ask him for me, I don't have any connection with Scott. But do you think that he would let us...
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    For some reason, your description of getting...

    For some reason, your description of getting custom engraving reminded me of someone getting a tattoo (laughing). No disrespect intended. Here are some ideas for engraving. Use them individually,...
  12. I know that some folks have mentioned that...

    I know that some folks have mentioned that thinking of or enunciating various vowels while playing can help improve tone and range. I think that this video demonstrates how that works. It lets you...
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    Yeah, I was wondering if the spots on the bell...

    Yeah, I was wondering if the spots on the bell could be cleaned off or not. Try some Windex and a soft cloth on them.

    I also would be interested in the details of your trumpet. Send me a private...
  14. Cool video - MRI footage while playing a horn

    (Dave Werden - Feel free to move this post if somewhere else is a better fit.)

    On of the coolest live recordings I have seen in a while! Squeamish alert - If things medical make you uneasy,...
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    I will follow your lead, Mr. Werden, as to...

    I will follow your lead, Mr. Werden, as to whether this should be in a public part of the forum, or in a "members only" section. So far, I am comfortable with everything I have written being public....
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    Looking for a test drive....

    I intended this as a way to connect members with instruments that they would like to try out, and with each other.

    Me personally, I would get a kick out of putting my hands on a double belled...
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    Update - Adopting digital

    Okay folks. I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a device for this purpose. I wanted/needed a new computer too, so I ended up getting a 13.3 inch 2-1 laptop/tablet hybrid (HP Spectre 360). I...
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    Any chance this was recorded and made available...

    Any chance this was recorded and made available somewhere? So that those of us that missed it can still see the "canned" version?
    - Sara
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    It does try to speak to a wide selection of grad...

    It does try to speak to a wide selection of grad school majors, and has plenty of good advice, but not much that isn't probably repeated in many other places. My suggestion, skip it.
    - Sara
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    And friendly suggestion (smile) - Buy from a...

    And friendly suggestion (smile) - Buy from a seller offering a hard sided case. Not too much difference in price. And a kid may complain about the difference in weight. But the added protection...
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    Agreed!

    I will second Dave's opinion there. I purchased the same Jinbao JBBR-1240 baritone from an Ebay vendor and am very pleased with the service and the horn. It is now going on three years old, so I...
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    Kind of fun to listen to because of the swing...

    Kind of fun to listen to because of the swing twist/flare (smile). But for the low brass folks, nothing much special to play. Until you get to the dogfight that is. The overall flavor changed, but...
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    Bingo!

    Rick - This is getting better and better. Treble is my preferred clef too. Would you consider selling it to me for a few bucks, instead of returning it? PM me and we can work out the details.
    -...
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    Hello Rick (smile). Correct me if I am wrong. ...

    Hello Rick (smile). Correct me if I am wrong. Your copy would be for the bass clef euphonium part?

    I am thinking about ordering it. Even if it is not very technical. I help lead a group of...
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    Congratulations (grin)!

    Were any recordings made? So we can hear and help you celebrate your triumph.
    - Sara
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