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    :eek: (Actually, since these are beef cattle,...

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    (Actually, since these are beef cattle, the males among them have usually been . . . fixed.
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    That was one transfixed beluga. I live in the...

    That was one transfixed beluga. I live in the country, and some of my neighbors raise beef cattle. One of these days I'm going to take my oval out and play Herb Alpert's "Lonely Bull", and see how...
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    Stupid question -- does the Remington taper shank...

    Stupid question -- does the Remington taper shank fit in a regular large-shank euphonium?
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    A little flick of the 1st or 2nd valve can also...

    A little flick of the 1st or 2nd valve can also help with the change from the C to the E.
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    I've been wanting a "two-headed horn" since 1960,...

    I've been wanting a "two-headed horn" since 1960, when my father and I bought the Conn 86I. The old man who sold it to us also had a gold-plated Conn double-bell naked-lady double-bell. I played a...
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    Yet another new horn thread

    So, what with the reduced activity over the past year, I haven't been spending my personal "mad money" as fast as I used to, and it has been accumulating to the tune of well over $1k. I did some...
  7. Thread: Vibrato

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    I use a diaphragm vibrato on flute (and its...

    I use a diaphragm vibrato on flute (and its cousin the ocarina), but I can't make that work on euphonium. Jaw vibrato for me. I'm also not one for waggling every note longer than a fast...
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    Well, yeah, the Connstellation would have to be...

    Well, yeah, the Connstellation would have to be really good to beat my old 86I. Still . . .
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    Would you believe it -- I grew up less than a...

    Would you believe it -- I grew up less than a mile from the Conn factory, but I have never so much as touched a Connstellation, let alone played one.
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    Both of those were very inspiring. I've been...

    Both of those were very inspiring. I've been playing with recorded accompaniments for a decade and a half now, because (except for IET) I do not have a collaborative pianist with whom I can work. ...
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    I use play-alongs all the time. What works for...

    I use play-alongs all the time. What works for me is to convert the sound to an .mp3. Playing that thru earphones, but I run mine thru a sound board and an amplifier. Most of the videos on my...
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    Thanks, John -- I'll pass that article on to him....

    Thanks, John -- I'll pass that article on to him. I think he'll find it to be a big help.
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    Wessex tuba -- what does the trigger do?

    Community band has started up after a year's layoff, and the tube player who sits next to me has inherited another [former] player's Wessex tuba. It's a rotary 4-valve, but it also has a...
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    This may not work for you, but I'll tell you what...

    This may not work for you, but I'll tell you what I wish I had done -- started learning cello when I entered high school. As a eupher, I had "orchestra envy" really bad, and just prior to my senior...
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    Sticky: Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! :cool:

    Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! :cool:
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    We sang that in German class in high school -- ...

    We sang that in German class in high school -- ". . . bleibst du, mein Schatz, bei mir?"

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    Some players never use the water keys at all;...

    Some players never use the water keys at all; they just pull the slides and dump the water.
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    If you're using the valves, then yes, it's normal...

    If you're using the valves, then yes, it's normal for condensation to occur on the valve slides. I find it odd that there's no water at the main tuning slide water key. Are you holding the horn in...
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    My bottle of Hagerty's came from Amazon today, so...

    My bottle of Hagerty's came from Amazon today, so just a few words about it. That stuff stinks to high heaven, but by yumpin' yimeny, it WORKS! The Dolce looks almost like new.

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    Definitely going to check this out!

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    You might check and see if there's a church...

    You might check and see if there's a church nearby that would let you use one of their Sunday School classrooms a few times a week.
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    I've been playing a Dolce for a couple years,...

    I've been playing a Dolce for a couple years, after 5-ish years of playing a differently stamped Jinbao compensating horn. Both are / were good bang for the buck. I wish I could have had either of...
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    A 3-valve compensator (at least in the baritone)...

    A 3-valve compensator (at least in the baritone) runs into another problem -- they can't make the compensating tubing short enough, and combinations with the 3rd valve are flat rather than sharp. ...
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    I guess I was lucky to get mine done when I die...

    I guess I was lucky to get mine done when I die :-O

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    When did they quit? They did my Conn's valves,...

    When did they quit? They did my Conn's valves, and that was just a couple years ago.

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