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Euphony Quartet 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.

Euphony Quartet Collection - TEDxCardiff 2012

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Category: Euphonium
Artist: Euphony Quartet
Title: TEDxCardiff 2012

Euphony is a quartet of young and charismatic musicians studying the Euphonium under Dr Robert Childs and his son David Childs at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Euphony was created to raise the profile of the euphonium and showcase what the instrument is capable of within a small ensemble. The quartet recently performed the opening recital and concert of the Royal Northern College of Music Festival of Brass and have also been invited to perform at next summer's International Tuba and Euphonium Conference in Austria.

Ben Wright
Frances Wilson
Stephen Kane
James Mcleod

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- Tuba-Euphonium Discussion Forum
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- Euphonium Mouthpiece Guide
- Euphonium MP3 Downloads
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- Selected Euphonium CD's
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