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    Symphonic Variants- Jonah Zimmerman

    Hello fellow euphers!

    I just wanted to share a recording from my senior recital at Columbus State University this past Saturday.

    This forum has been a huge help for me since I started digging into the euphonium in high school, and I am looking forward to the future.

    https://youtu.be/MFW2u0FscLM
    Jonah Zimmerman

    Adams E1 Euphonium- SM4UX, Giddings Brandon Jones Signature
    Yamaha Xeno 8820- Greb Black New York 5.5RW

    Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University
    Music Education, CNAFME President

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    Wow, great job! Excellent intonation, technique with good tone. Very musical too. AND all from memory.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Rick Floyd
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    Terrific job Jonah! Same for your accompanist.

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    Awesome job, Jonah! You killed it!
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