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Thread: Variations on a Rococo Theme

  1. #11
    I heard she may be playing a Shires Q41.... I am impressed by the performance, as much as by the euph.

    Any idea whether her horn sports a medium or a large receiver?

    I've been told that on her Wilson euph, she might have been using a Bach 4G... What MP might she be using on Q41?

    Saluti, Guido
    Euph - Wessex EP104 Festivo - SM4U
    Flugel - Kanstul 1525
    Trpt - Adams A4 LB
    Bb Cornet -Carolbrass CCR-7772R-GSS
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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by John Morgan View Post
    I like the arrangement.
    It might be Thomas Ruedi's arrangement. I have it on a CD of his, but it does not appear to have found its way to YouTube. Bente's is very nice, but I think his is a bit better performance, IMHO.

    My favorite recording on brass is by Sergei Nakariakov on his flugel:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ9DhgPv6BA

    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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    I can only tell that she's playing on a Doug Elliott mpc. What size I couldn't tell.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by davewerden View Post
    It might be Thomas Ruedi's arrangement. I have it on a CD of his, but it does not appear to have found its way to YouTube. Bente's is very nice, but I think his is a bit better performance, IMHO.

    My favorite recording on brass is by Sergei Nakariakov on his flugel:
    Yes, indeed, and my thinking is that Sergei is from another world altogether. He is one incredible player.
    John Morgan
    The U.S. Army Band (Pershing's Own) 1971-1976
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    All, I have learned from Bente Illevold that her Shires Q41 in silver plate sports a large receiver.

    She also told me that her Mouthpiece is a Doug Elliott Euph 103 H* H9.

    In an email this morning, Bente has shared with me her enthusiasm for her new euph, and has given me permission to share her observations on DWerden.com:

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthr...227#post154227

    Meantime, Bente is progressively posting more Q41 videos on YouTube. Yesterday she contributed her latest clip: Three Songs by Edvard Grieg:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3AuoSKImDI

    Saluti, Guido
    Euph - Wessex EP104 Festivo - SM4U
    Flugel - Kanstul 1525
    Trpt - Adams A4 LB
    Bb Cornet -Carolbrass CCR-7772R-GSS
    Eb Cornet - Carolbrass CCR-7775-GSS

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