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Top 5 Tuesday - Brass

There are instruments and there are instruments. I learned the clarinet a bit, I can play a bit of guitar, I’m learning to play the banjo, I even used to know how to play a few different things on the drums  – anyone who is obsessed with music as much as I am is inevitably going to try there hand at recreating it (however poorly). 180 more words


In My Opinion: 5 Most Beautiful Orchestral Pieces of Music

As a former musician (trumpet and French Horn, the latter of which is insanely difficult to play well), I have an ongoing affinity for orchestral music. 432 more words

Mark is our excellent horn teacher. Check him out!

Mark graduated from the Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, TN in 2003 with a Bachelor’s in Music Education. He continued his education to receive his Masters in Jazz Performance from the State University of NY in 2007. 126 more words

Cuivre! Performs at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Livingston

On Sunday, July 20, 2014, Cuivre! performed at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Livingston. The program included the world premiere performance of an arrangement of Joshua fit de Battle ob Jerico. 97 more words


In the footsteps of Mozart

Today we played two outdoor concerts here in Salzburg, one in a picturesque garden once used in the Sound Of Music, the other in a park outside of the Mozarteum. 343 more words


still my guitar gently weeps

As everyone knows by now I’ve always been quite irremediably smitten by music in general.     When I was little the Beatles made it unavoidably necessary for everyone who fell under their influence to want to play an instrument.     329 more words

Daily Post

Day 213.

After playing a long line of French horns named Friedrich, I am finally the proud owner of one.  Dad took me to buy one today as a graduation present!  So happy!