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Archive | July, 2011
Star’s song captured by scientists
Scientists have captured the ‘song’ of a distant star as part of new research that is providing insights into what lies beneath its surface. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/space/8114694/Stars-song-captured-by-scientists.html 2V0-621D test   , 640-692 test   , 400-201 exam [...]

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How to get into a world class Brass Band
1. Are you good enough? This might be a daft question, but it is probably the most important one to ask before we go any further. There are hundreds, maybe thousands of brass bands all [...]

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Review of “Dudamel: Let the Children Play”
Product of El Sistema As Gustavo relays childhood memories of conducting an orchestra assembled from toys while growing up in the barrios of Barquisimeto, it is not difficult to realize the incredible opportunity afforded to [...]

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Scientists create the sound of ‘God particle’
The LHC Sound project aims to allow physicists at Cern in Geneva to ‘listen’ to the data in order to more easily identify the crucial ‘Higgs boson’ particle. Full article. 300-075 exam   , 200-310 [...]

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How To Get Valve Oil Out Of Your Clothing
How many times have you been oiling your valves when — splat — a big drop lands right in the middle of your khakis; or you hold your horn under your arm for a moment, [...]

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World Cup Thoughts
Author’s Note: I actually wrote the following post while watching the men’s World Cup tournament in South Africa last year, but as the final match of the women’s World Cup in Germany has just been, [...]

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Trombone Slide Care and Products
There are many different products on the market for keeping your slide lubricated. Amongst the oils, creams, sprays, and other products, there are waves of advice covering each one. Each type has its pros and [...]

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The Art of Performance: Traditions and Adaptations for the Classical Musician
By Joe Young I often forget that simply discussing music with other musicians brings me great joy. Today I found myself discussing what makes performances successful and worthwhile in our ever-changing society and culture. The [...]

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Review: John Williams Horn Concerto (Naxos)
By Daniel Barkley Released on 28th September 2010 by Naxos (digital format only), with Karl Pituch (horn) and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin. Here we have another release of a John Williams [...]

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Playing changes with… Chris Potter
Chris Potter has been called the successor to the late John Coltrane – listening to this video I am sure you can appreciate why. His phrasing, harmonic ideas and activity not to mention the incredible [...]

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