i can relate to this.
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i can relate to this.
Nice offer. Wish i was able to take you up on it. Hope it all goes well.
I think they mean they need a second copy for a second player.
i used to live in your area. Nice to see you on tMP
I will have a look and see if we have a spare. If we do it will be no good for this year as it would be in Australia and would take 2 weeks in the post. will check and report back.
The "Wright & Rounds Complete Method " is a good place to start. has scale exercises and builds up to more technical stuff. The Arban would be a more intense study than this.
The smartest person you know
Being the smartest person you know and one of the best brass players around
Too smart to work
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Your previous post puts down another member GJG and now you are arguing with me seems you are incorrect and not as intelligent as you perceive yourself to be. Seems sad that TMP has sunk this low....
maybe you need to bail and move to a more intellectual forum and leave this one in peace. seems you are only happy when you are putting people down or arguing.
if you even bothered to read all the post's in your thread you would see I wrote a very valid reason to why french horns were not used. The voice of the french horn is to strong against the other...
I have to agree Mr Wilx. I agree with Moomin Dave. This is not what it was. a sad situation.
I love the sound of a euphonium played well. But Nothing will replace a well played French horn. Both are beautiful and both have their place. French horn in Orchestra and Euphonium in Brass Band. I...
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this is not what I would call average .
Have to agree with Andrew Norman. With your requirements a Wessex or similar would work well. There are lots of similar built lower budget instruments on the market. I have read a lot of good reviews...
Try getting the one you have polished up and re-plated. Most Kosi cup mouthpieces these days would be worse for wear I would think.
additional info on what age group in the band might be helpful
Depending on what age group the band was. I would agree with the Wessex model above. But if you have a band of young beginners a smaller model might be the order of the day. If the latter I would...
I think some people on here are hard up for something real to happen in their lives. Get off the computer for 10 minutes and start living. I have never seen such a ridiculous Thread over a legitimate...
Opinion is one thing. naming people is quite different. This is not the place to just be plain offensive.
I will try and find my copy. I have so many CD's, Will let you know when found.
I didn't like bagpipes and Brass together until I listened to "Highland Cathedral" played by the Household Troops Band of The Salvation Army. A very moving piece of music. I can't say I herd any...
way to go Peter I had wondered when I read original thread. Glad it's gone.
Most of my playing has been within a Salvation Army Band. None have ever been as welcoming as the first ( Home Corps) Band. Maybe that was me.
I have enjoyed playing in all of them. At the moment I...