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    Excellent! “The Swan” after Czardas is also very good.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Rick Floyd
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    Excellent playing on both Czardas and The Swan. What is particularly nice about Herr Nickel's rendition of Czardas is that it was played at a speed where the listener could clearly hear the notes in the fast sections. I have heard some tubists play this piece so bloody fast that you can't make out the notes whatsoever, and they are just one big, indiscernible blur. Hans is an Adams artist and plays Adams' tubas. He clearly has good taste!!
    John Morgan
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