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  1. The original link is working today I see. Maybe...

    The original link is working today I see. Maybe they were doing some editing.
  2. Sorry Clutch. It was working for me until just...

    Sorry Clutch. It was working for me until just recently. Weird. Thanks to Dave for offering another link.
  3. Concerto for Euphonium and wind ensemble - Kevin Day

    The "President's Own" U.S. Marine Band had a Live Fall Chamber Series yesterday Wednesday, Oct. 14th. Below is a direct link to Hiram Diaz playing "Concerto for Euphonium" by Kevin Day. Some superb...
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    That’s some sweet playing by Charlie Turner. ...

    That’s some sweet playing by Charlie Turner.

    Thanks for sharing John.
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    Very cool! Never seen the Python Tubas before. ...

    Very cool! Never seen the Python Tubas before. That would be great for standup gigs for sure. I noticed the baritone player using circular breathing at times. You can see him wince and puff his...
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    I think due to the science it’s too much to ask...

    I think due to the science it’s too much to ask to get a 3v horn with perfect intonation. The valve system is an imperfect design in that it changes the length of tubing the same amount without...
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    I have decent speakers with my desktop PC...

    I have decent speakers with my desktop PC including a subwoofer. I listened several times and only hear a detectable difference when you're playing Danny Boy. With the heavy cap the sound has more...
  8. Welcome to the forum! I see you already agreed...

    Welcome to the forum! I see you already agreed to Dave Werden's post about selling a horn on the forum.

    The M5050 is same model I now play. I think you've listed it at a very fair price and I...
  9. Wow, that's great!

    Wow, that's great!
  10. Thread: Yamaha YEP-641

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    The 642 bell is 12" and not one piece. Also...

    The 642 bell is 12" and not one piece. Also notice in the pictures shared above that the top bell bracing is lower on the 642 than on the 641. You really can't see the brace on the 641 as it's a...
  11. Thread: Yamaha YEP-641

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    I found an old recording of me playing the solo...

    I found an old recording of me playing the solo in Holst's Second Suite in F (March movement) on my 641 about nine years ago. (Pretty sure you're familiar with this solo). Sixth partial 'F' I played...
  12. Thread: Yamaha YEP-641

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    As Dave said the 641 is a solid horn. I played...

    As Dave said the 641 is a solid horn. I played one for about 14 years. The 6th partials are pretty sharp as you can see in Dave’s chart but with some alternate fingerings manageable (4th valve for...
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    I think you're right. I've talked to a few H.S....

    I think you're right. I've talked to a few H.S. band directors who have tried to make 'zooming' work and it's really tough.
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    Just added Sept. 24, 2020. "Grainger -...

    Just added Sept. 24, 2020.

    "Grainger - Shepherd's Hey - "The President's Own" Marine Band Chamber Orchestra (Sept. 24, 2020)...
  15. Welcome to the forum Jerome. Great looking Adams!...

    Welcome to the forum Jerome. Great looking Adams!

    Please be sure to read Dave Werden’s post “Read before posting items for Sale” here:
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    Thanks John, I see that now. I went to the...

    Thanks John, I see that now. I went to the YouTube link and see a link for parts for sale.
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    That sounds great! I hear more than the three...

    That sounds great! I hear more than the three players shown though. Thanks for sharing.
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    Ms. Weldon will be dearly missed. A giant of a...

    Ms. Weldon will be dearly missed. A giant of a player and wonderful teacher. I had the pleasure of meeting her in 2002 at ITEC in Greensboro, NC when she and Winston Morris held a forum on tuba -...
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    Sacred Euphonium (Dr. Brian Bowman) was one of...

    Sacred Euphonium (Dr. Brian Bowman) was one of the first CDs I bought about twenty years ago when getting back to playing. I've played a number of these selections in church over the years. As Dave...
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    Welcome to the forum. Good luck with your sale....

    Welcome to the forum. Good luck with your sale. Looks to be a great horn!
  21. Thread: HBC Impressions

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    Nice comparisons. I can definitely hear more...

    Nice comparisons. I can definitely hear more sound - or more presence of sound with the heavy cap. Any difference between the medium heavy and heavy is very subtle to my ear.
  22. Wow, very impressive playing! Effortless it...

    Wow, very impressive playing! Effortless it seems. Just wow!!
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    Good to hear Dennis that you're doing better!

    Good to hear Dennis that you're doing better!
  24. Masks have been scientifically proven to help...

    Masks have been scientifically proven to help slow the spread of the virus or the expulsion of droplets from one's mouth. The wearing of masks are primarily to protect others from an infected person...
  25. My granddaughter just went back to USC (U. So....

    My granddaughter just went back to USC (U. So. Carolina) for band camp. She’s 3rd yr pre-med and plays trombone in the marching band to get in-state tuition. I’m concerned she’s going to catch...
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