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Thread: Brass Band Auditions and Audition Advice

  1. #21
    I know Dave Werden has a comparison chart for Euphoniums on intonation. Is there one somewhere for baritones?

  2. #22
    I'm not aware of one, but the issue I have with Dave's euph chart is I believe he uses the most in tune alternate fingering for each note (although I can't find the reference on this, can someone correct me if I'm wrong?), I'd kind of like to see where things lie without doing that.
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    Barry

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by bbocaner View Post
    I'm not aware of one, but the issue I have with Dave's euph chart is I believe he uses the most in tune alternate fingering for each note (although I can't find the reference on this, can someone correct me if I'm wrong?), I'd kind of like to see where things lie without doing that.
    The only fingering choice I make while testing is whether to use 12 or 3 on the appropriate notes. But I don't consider that a true "alternate" fingering. If I remember correctly, the old B&H booklet on the Blaikley compensating system listed the sequence of fingerings as 0, 2, 1, 3, 23.
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  4. #24
    aha, gotcha. thanks for the clarification.
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    Barry

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