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    Opening Scene to The Christmas Story

    Brass band with ye ole euphonium!
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    David Shinn
    Peninsula Concert Band
    Yorktown, Virginia



    1971 Besson 181 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1960 Besson 180 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1971 Besson 176 New Standard Euphonium (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1979 Besson 755 'New Standard' Baritone (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC5S


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    Classic!
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    Anyone know who did the arrangements of the traditional Christmas Melodies at the beginning? I’ve tried unsuccessfully to find the arrangement of “Jingle Bells”.

    All of the music in that section sounds so authentic to the time period. Brings back memories.

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    Here’s a link to the audio of the opening~

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jb_nsVN_SBE
    David Shinn
    Peninsula Concert Band
    Yorktown, Virginia



    1971 Besson 181 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1960 Besson 180 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1971 Besson 176 New Standard Euphonium (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1979 Besson 755 'New Standard' Baritone (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC5S


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidshinn....ibextid=LQQJ4d
    Peninsula Concert Band: https://www.peninsulaconcertband.org/

  5. I just saw your signature and am proud to say that I live in Yorktown lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariakim Taiyo View Post
    I just saw your signature and am proud to say that I live in Yorktown lol
    Come join the Peninsula Concert Band!

    https://www.peninsulaconcertband.org/
    David Shinn
    Peninsula Concert Band
    Yorktown, Virginia



    1971 Besson 181 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1960 Besson 180 New Standard Euphonium (4 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1971 Besson 176 New Standard Euphonium (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC3M
    1979 Besson 755 'New Standard' Baritone (3 valve compensating) ~ Alliance DC5S


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidshinn....ibextid=LQQJ4d
    Peninsula Concert Band: https://www.peninsulaconcertband.org/

  7. This looks quite interesting, perhaps I will stop by after you all get off holiday break. I might not be able to join right away due to work and current band commitments from my school, but as the school year progresses and we get past a lot of the busy parts of the curriculum I will hopefully be able to join.

    I look forward to seeing you all sometime soon!

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    Love our community band (recently brought back). Small but might group! (And growing)
    Euphoniums
    John Packer 374LT
    John Packer 274L

    Larry Herzog Jr.
    Twitter: iMav
    Facebook: iMav
    Email: me@imav.org
    Founder of geekhack.org

    Linktree: iMav


    All things EUPHONIUM! Guilded server

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