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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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    Guido, Please check out John's recordings, and...

    Guido,
    Please check out John's recordings, and I'm sure Dave will make a few. It doesn't get much better than that. My setup would most likely not present the instrument to its actual sonic quality....
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    Jim Tests the Wessex Sinfonico--Part One

    As part of the “Beta Boys” euphonium testing team, I had the opportunity to work with the Wessex Sinfonico euphonium for a week or so.

    Since John Morgan has given us a set of videos demonstrating...
  10. How old are the students? I've done some things...

    How old are the students? I've done some things for US 6th-7th-8th grade so 11-12-13 years old, with 1-2 years of playing experience.
  11. What grade level?

    What grade level?
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    I'll be posting my review SUNDAY & will do as you...

    I'll be posting my review SUNDAY & will do as you ask!
    Jim
  13. Thread: My new Doubler

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    Joe, Enjoy the Doubler! I enjoyed play-testing...

    Joe,
    Enjoy the Doubler! I enjoyed play-testing it
    I had a collection of 25 or so amateur radios from the 40s and 50s--Hammarlund, Hallicrafters, National, Johnson, etc...still have a couple in...
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    Bill Evans Trio--Gloria's Step from the famous...

    Bill Evans Trio--Gloria's Step from the famous Village Vanguard 1961 afternoon.
    The first ten measures--two five-bar phrases.
    I have tried to play this tune but with the five-bar phrases and the...
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    Yeah, but not nearly as bad as having something...

    Yeah, but not nearly as bad as having something stick your neck out for you :)
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    Latera Nasal Implant Surgery

    Anyone had it? If so...
    How was the actual surgery?
    How long were you off the horn?
    Did breathing become easier?
    Any unanticipated consequences?
    Thanks...

    I had it today.
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    What I've lost at age 69 is tongue speed. I...

    What I've lost at age 69 is tongue speed. I pulled out the Mozart Bassoon concerto the other day and tried to play at the usual tempo of 120. Couldn't get faster than 96 on the sixteenth passages! I...
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    John and Nick: I have a line on a Yugo that...

    John and Nick:
    I have a line on a Yugo that actually runs 100 yards before falling apart.
    Only $32,750...incredible collector car!!
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    The Neo is back in my hands...i'm keeping it.

    The Neo is back in my hands...i'm keeping it.
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    I still think the best balance point is a King or...

    I still think the best balance point is a King or Conn as I mentioned above.
    They're not terribly heavy, and the front-action valves are more ergonomic than any
    3+1 IMHO.
    A King or Conn will...
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    Jimmy, I'm still about 30 mins. south of Indy....

    Jimmy,
    I'm still about 30 mins. south of Indy. Smartest thing I ever did was to get the heck out of NYC in 1970.
    As to mouthpieces, here's my $0.02:
    1. Using euphonium-sized mouthpieces on a...
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    SOLD

    SOLD
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    Sale pending.

    Sale pending.
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    Very Nice Yamaha Neo at Austin Custom Brass

    Hi, all...
    It's no longer for sale.
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    Open to offers...I don't want to put it on da Bay.

    Open to offers...I don't want to put it on da Bay.
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