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    https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/beautiful-col...

    https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/beautiful-colorado-sheet-music/20516974
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    The baritone is still a conical instrument, it's...

    The baritone is still a conical instrument, it's just a different ratio of conical to cylindrical than euphonium, and doesn't get as big. It's a saxhorn.

    But here's the real muddying of the...
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    It's also not unheard of to see British-style...

    It's also not unheard of to see British-style baritones being used as 3/4 size euphoniums for beginners, so there is some validity to your assumption.
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    So, there's some confusion around the terms...

    So, there's some confusion around the terms baritone and euphonium.

    In England there are two separate instruments, baritone and euphonium. Your Besson is a baritone. It fulfills a different role...
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    Looks like a (full size) New Standard baritone....

    Looks like a (full size) New Standard baritone. The serial number would put it somewhere in the early 1970s. This was their top model baritone at the time, until the introduction of the Sovereign in...
  6. Yes, my co-founders and I are happy to listen to...

    Yes, my co-founders and I are happy to listen to anyone who wants to join. Low brass section is all covered at this point, but that may change so we're always looking to have additional players on...
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    Well, my goal is to have all the most appropriate...

    Well, my goal is to have all the most appropriate instruments for all of the opportunities I might have to do playing with quality groups. No more, no less. I don't get any joy just from having them,...
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    I see seven in his signature. That's what I call...

    I see seven in his signature. That's what I call a "beginner" ;)
  9. based out of burke, va.

    based out of burke, va.
  10. Found a JP373 for sale super cheap. Not my fave...

    Found a JP373 for sale super cheap. Not my fave baritone ever, but it'll do the job. Thanks, everyone, for the suggestions!
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    I agree with mbrooke on the short DE shanks. I...

    I agree with mbrooke on the short DE shanks. I know Doug likes those extra long shanks but on every single instrument I have gone through the whole process of choosing a doug elliott mouthpiece on,...
  12. most english-style baritones have 9" or larger...

    most english-style baritones have 9" or larger bells, but that's irrelevant. Bach 6.5AL would be my first thought for such an instrument, or a Wick 6BS which is a little larger but still in the same...
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    Arthur Pryor - Thoughts of Love

    Arthur Pryor - Thoughts of Love
  14. "yellow brass finish" vs. "gold brass finish"...

    "yellow brass finish" vs. "gold brass finish" isn't really a thing. I mean, there are gold-tinted lacquers that are darker than clear lacquers, but what you really are talking about there is the a...
  15. Thanks, Dave. I swore I would never own another...

    Thanks, Dave. I swore I would never own another Besson/Buffet Crampon instrument after the awful customer service I received from them on the multiple 2052 and 2056 I used to own. The Jin Bao is...
  16. WTB: wessex br-140 or similar 3-valve compensating baritone

    I love my Yamaha Neo but I've just started a brass band and I'm looking for a good instrument for our 2nd player! Wessex seems to be out of stock on their web site so I'm looking to see what's out...
  17. Some of the recordings of Black Dyke and other...

    Some of the recordings of Black Dyke and other British bands from the 1960s era show very clearly that they were grappling with much more than just "slightly" sharp 6th partial notes even then,...
  18. missing the trigger lock nut, right? not...

    missing the trigger lock nut, right? not necessary to have, but not "intact" either.
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    my repair guy uses scotch brite green scouring...

    my repair guy uses scotch brite green scouring pads to clean corrosion off tuning slide legs--never pistons though and not trombone slides either. I wouldn't do steel wool on any instrument part...
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    Rath. I bought four of them and have an...

    Rath. I bought four of them and have an additional two instruments on order to cover the whole spectrum of my trombone needs, excluding historic and German.I'm blown away by the quality of...
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    Having played examples of each, but never...

    Having played examples of each, but never identical instruments with the bead wire being the only difference, I can't speak directly to what the soldered bead wire does on euphonium. I do however...
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    I'll play them in all 12 keys! It's great...

    I'll play them in all 12 keys! It's great transposition and ear training practice because you know them all so well. Octave down is great for developing low register and it also really does amazing...
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    wow! that's different!

    wow! that's different!
  24. When I bought a Prestige in 2011 I tried six of...

    When I bought a Prestige in 2011 I tried six of them and five of them were almost indistinguishable and the sixth had some obvious quality defects (sharp edges on the guard wires, bottom vent hole on...
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    I think the 11.5" bell is actually a heavier...

    I think the 11.5" bell is actually a heavier gauge bell. I think the 11.5" bell model is intended to compete with the Willson 2900. Notice that while both models are available with both sizes of...
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