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    Irish tune (brass quintet with euph)

    Here’s a video that my band did for St. Patrick’s Day. I usually play bone in the quintet, but since the trumpet parts were for flugelhorn and cornet we went with a (mostly) conical quintet
    Enjoy
    https://youtu.be/dsY8Nnf8498

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    Nice, ver nice! Loved the video mix too!
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    Thanks so much for all your time and effort to produce this!

    I still get happy tears every time I hear/play that tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexS View Post
    Here’s a video that my band did for St. Patrick’s Day. I usually play bone in the quintet, but since the trumpet parts were for flugelhorn and cornet we went with a (mostly) conical quintet
    Enjoy
    https://youtu.be/dsY8Nnf8498
    Love it, thanks.
    Our son's 2nd Div clarinet (PCS Okinawa May), daughter's 1st Div pic, 3rd child's poolie with his name on a euph slot, but likely choosing Naval Academy - wish he could do both, 'cause he's lights out.
    Appreciate what you and your colleagues do and represent.
    Thank you.

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    Awesome Alex. Thanks for sharing!
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