Archive | August, 2010
Chicago area composer James Stephenson’s works have been performed by leading American orchestras and hailed by critics as having “straightforward, unabashedly beautiful sounds.” His music incorporates a fresh and energizing sound scape that delights the [...]

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Trumpet lesson #10: Your sound and audition techniques: 215th Army Band
The trumpet section from the 215th Army Band have put together a very informative series of videos for trumpet players. Because they are of real value for all brass musicians, these videos have been posted [...]

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Trumpet lesson #9: How to practice: 215th Army Band
The trumpet section from the 215th Army Band have put together a very informative series of videos for trumpet players. Because they are of real value for all brass musicians, these videos will be posted [...]

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British Brass Band Movement – A short guide for non-Brits
By the Georgia Brass Band: http://georgiabrassband.com The Brass Band movement is a truly British phenomenon. With its roots in the working classes of the early nineteenth century it retains a principally amateur status and remains [...]

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