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  1. New MP3 Recording: Roger Bobo playing Morning Song

    This recording features the great Roger Bobo in a live performance at a United States Coast Guard Band Concert. Between two of his solos with band accompaniment, Mr. Bobo was asked to perform a piece with the Band's pianist, Gary Chapman. They played Roger Kellaway's Morning Song, a brilliant solo that works well on high tuba and just as well on euphonium.

    It is available as a free download for members of the TubaEuph forum:

    Free Special MP3 Downloads ...
  2. Free MP3 Download - Russian Euphonium Soloist

    This marks the second in our new series of free MP3 downloads. They will be updated periodically and are available to people who have joined our Tuba-Euphonium Forum. This one is a Russian euphonium soloist who plays with the Leningrad Military District Band (the band is probably called something else now that the former Soviet Union has broken up). His name is Victor (I don't have a record of his last name). He heard a recording of me playing Claude Smith's Rondo (written originally for Doc Severinsen), ...
  3. Free MP3 Downloads of Tuba and Euphonium Performances

    Our site is starting a new series of free MP3 downloads. They will be updated periodically and are available to people who have joined our Tuba-Euphonium Forum. The first one is Roger Bobo playing Barat's Introduction and Dance. To find this recording, visit our Downloads category in the Tuba-Euphonium Forum

    This is a great performance and should be of interest to all tuba players. It is also very inspriring for euphonium players because Bobo plays it in the same octave ...
  4. New Euphonia Article Added, Review of Studio Class Manual

    As part of our ongoing series of article reprints from Euphonia Magazine, we have just added a review of William Rose's Studio Class Manual for Tuba and Euphonium. The review was done by Glenn K. Call:

    Review of Studio Class Manual for Tuba and Euphonium

    Updated 11-23-2021 at 08:01 PM by davewerden

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  5. New Article with Audition Advice from Gene Pokorny

    We have just received permission to reprint an article taken from notes of presentations by Gene Pokorny (tubist, Chicago Symphony Orchestra). He offers some very valuable advice on auditions.

    Gene Pokorny Audition Advice
  6. New Entries on the Euphonium CD page

    There are two new items listed on the Euphonium CD page.

    The first is by euphoniumist Pat Stuckemeyer, who offers a really nice variety of music on his CD called Just for Fun. There is good blend of original euphonium music, transcriptions, and an original duet for euphonium and trumpet (originally written for Brian Bowman and his brother).

    The second entry is an album by Gerard Schwarz (yes, the trumpet player) called Turn of the Century Cornet ...
  7. New Tuba Recording by James Gourlay on Tuba CD Page

    There is a great new tuba recording listed on the Tuba CD page. It features tubist James Gourlay and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia on the album British Tuba Concertos.
  8. Tuba-Euphonium Blog Placed on the Best of the Web Blog List

    We are proud to announce that this blog, the Tuba-Euphonium Blog, has been added to the Best of the Web site's blog list. You will find us under Arts - Music - Styles - Classical:

    Tuba-Euphonium Blog Listing in BOTW

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