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  1. Hiram's performance above IS the best live...

    Hiram's performance above IS the best live performance I have ever heard. One tuff solo, long, high, low, fast, faster and then really fast. Great job, Hiram!! I plan to play this piece next year,...
  2. Not too shabby, indeed!! Great Band!

    Not too shabby, indeed!! Great Band!
  3. Welcome to the forum, Kyle!! Great question...

    Welcome to the forum, Kyle!! Great question about Melody Shop!

    Melody Shop is a great march. And you need to be a wind sack to play it all without skipping any notes. The for sure places to...
  4. That is pretty clever, indeed!

    That is pretty clever, indeed!
  5. Well, Brian Bowman gets his "American" sound with...

    Well, Brian Bowman gets his "American" sound with a Swiss Willson, and Adam Frey gets his "American" sound with a Japanese Yamaha.
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    Very, very nice!! Thanks for doing this.

    Very, very nice!! Thanks for doing this.
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    Hmmmm. Quality control, eh? I am not quite sure...

    Hmmmm. Quality control, eh? I am not quite sure India is there yet. But keep at it.
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    I got one too for Christmas from my wife - who is...

    I got one too for Christmas from my wife - who is copying who here?? Mine is a sweatshirt.
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    Nice to see a post from Brian Bowman. Let's see,...

    Nice to see a post from Brian Bowman. Let's see, you joined in June 2009. Don't wait 11 years before your next post!! Just kidding. Hope you are enjoying your retirement.
  10. Here is a link: ...

    Here is a link: http://www.dwerden.com/forum/entry.php/793-Recording-Options-for-Good-Quality#.XnqHlEBFyM8

    I talked with Dave a little bit and ended up buying the Canon Camcorder (great) and the...
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    Franz: I live in South Dakota, a pretty rural...

    Franz: I live in South Dakota, a pretty rural (low population) state. But schools are closed, concerts and gatherings cancelled or postponed, etc. I think we are one of only 7 states that still...
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    Franz: How are you doing with this virus thing? ...

    Franz: How are you doing with this virus thing? I know Italy is really getting hit hard.

    "coulisse trombone" = slide trombone

    Help me a little with your use of the word "emission" please.
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    This one I have to agree with, Gary. After...

    This one I have to agree with, Gary. After laying off my bass trombone for a few months (usually during the May-Sep time frame), when I start back with it, it is like picking up my motorcycle to...
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    As a septuagenarian, I am practicing social...

    As a septuagenarian, I am practicing social distancing, too, but I miss playing with my groups, also. I have mild emphysema, which would be bad news paired with coronavirus.
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    I actually wasn't thinking of bass trombone when...

    I actually wasn't thinking of bass trombone when I said tuba was easier for me than trombone. However, in really thinking about the bass trombone, which I play full time in one of the orchestras I...
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    Same here even in remote South Dakota which has...

    Same here even in remote South Dakota which has only a handful of cases of the virus. Schools shut. All music shut down, including New Horizons Band, Black Hills Symphony Orchestra, etc.

    But I...
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    What you said about the best euphonium double...

    What you said about the best euphonium double being a tuba is a comment I would not have agreed with in the past. I play euphonium as my main instrument (after starting on trumpet in my early...
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    Grab that Besson at Duchy Brass...

    Grab that Besson at Duchy Brass now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Looks wonderful and will be a good solid horn. Did I say to get it now???????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Sticky: Brenda, I just measured my 1956 Boosey &...

    Brenda,

    I just measured my 1956 Boosey & Hawkes Imperial. I used me, my wife, and our cloth sewing tape measure. Measured from middle of valve cap to middle of valve cap, then from left side of...
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    Sticky: Man, that's some real close together valves,...

    Man, that's some real close together valves, Rick! You mean "cm" right?
  21. That's why I gave you the links to the two...

    That's why I gave you the links to the two publishers who have a ton of large brass ensemble music.
  22. Here is Holst (six of the planets) for large...

    Here is Holst (six of the planets) for large brass ensemble: https://cherryclassics.com/products/2429

    Ralph Sauer, former principal trombone of the L.A. Philharmonic did the...
  23. The Holst Planets isn't a "brass ensemble" piece,...

    The Holst Planets isn't a "brass ensemble" piece, although that suite, particularly the Mars movement, has good brass parts and a great tenor tuba (played on euphonium mostly) part. If I understand...
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    I would take the train, sail or walk before...

    I would take the train, sail or walk before putting my horn on any airplane. But that is just me, and I am particularly odd.
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    The King 2268 still seems to be out there, at...

    The King 2268 still seems to be out there, at least I found it for sale at several places for about $2,700. Another one to look at is the Yamaha YEP-321 euphonium. This one is 4 valves top action...
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