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Want a Full Sound? Vibrate!

Low brass players necessarily have a great interest in learning to efficiently and effectively move air through their instruments. Tubas and bass and contrabass trombones require that their players generate tremendous airflow in order to produce and sustain a tone, and the euphonium, baritone, and smaller trombones are not far behind. 753 more words

Teaching Low Brass

When Christmas comes to town.

Hey guys

This will be my first real post, and the first post I have ever done in English :)

It will probably be very messy, I have a lot to get of my chest. 946 more words


Så er det snart jul....

Hej Alle

Dette er mit første indlæg, og det er nok lidt rodet og fyldt :)

Jeg skriver dette indlæg for at komme ud med en masse tænker og følelser som oftest kommer op til overfladen op til jul, både det gode og særligt de ting som er svære når man er vokset op i en familie med alkoholiske forældre. 875 more words


from "Daddy Monkey and the Piccolo"

Suddenly there was a new sound. A light, tweetling sound, a sort of dancing tune. All the people at the big table tapped their feet. Even Fraenkel started to flap his wings in time. 60 more words

Children's Stories

Rhythm is More Important Than Pitch (but Don’t Miss Pitches, Either)

Auditions for the Mississippi Lions All-State Band are coming up in just a couple of weeks, so in addition to our regular work on fundamentals, scales, and etudes, sight-reading is presently a major component of my high school students’ lessons. 370 more words


Photo-A-Day, Day 74, Sound, 10/27/2017

How about this for sound! There is no better instrument in the band than the tuba. This young man is in the Glenn High School marching band and was playing at the Glenn vs. R.J. Reynolds football game.


Pacific Symphony tubist releases new recording

Longtime Pacific Symphony tubist Jim Self has released a new recording. Like several others of Self’s recordings, this one is jazz. It’s called “Floating in Winter,” 55 more words

Classical Music