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Dick Nash {Jazz} 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.

Dick Nash {Jazz} Collection - Heaven Can Wait - Theme


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Category: Euphonium
Artist: Dick Nash {Jazz}
Title: Heaven Can Wait - Theme

Henry Mancini - The Theme Scene [1978]

Heaven Can Wait [Dave Grusin]

soprano sax -- Ted Nash
tuba -- Tommy Johnson
euphonium -- Dick Nash

Dick Nash is Mancini's silky-smooth trombone soloist, but he is used now and then on euphonium, as on this theme for a brief chorus. He has nearly an entire song to himself on euphonium in the movie "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?"

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