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Douglas Yeo Collection - Euphonium Music Videos

Many videos for brass ensemble, euphonium, and tuba are available on the Internet. This page has some very nice euphonium performances from virtuoso players including David Werden, Steven Mead, David Childs, David Thornton, Brian Bowman, Aaron VanderWeele, Lyndon Baglin, Adam Frey, Demondrae Thurman, Charley Brighton, Glenn van Looy, David Bandman, jazz euphonium and others. There are also baritone horn solos to help demonstrate what a real British baritone sounds (and looks) like.

Douglas Yeo Collection - Das treue deutsche Herz

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Category: Euphonium
Artist: Douglas Yeo
Title: Das treue deutsche Herz

Ophicleide players Nick Byrne [Sydney Symphony, Sydney, Australia], Erhard Schwartz [Berlin, German], Douglas Yeo [Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, USA] and Mark Evans [Deutsche Oper, Berlin, Germany], gathered on September 3, 2007 at the Musikinstrumenten-Museum Berlin for the first ophicleide summit. This video shows [left to right] Byrne, Schwartz and Yeo in a reading of "Das treue deutsche Herz" arr. Rob. Müller. The instruments used are by Halarie/Sudre, Paris c. 1875 [Bryne], Eppelsheim, Munich 2007 [Schwartz] and Roehn, Paris c. 1855 [Yeo]. The video was taken by Mark Evans.

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