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Melodic Flexibility: An easier way to better playing
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By Bruce Chidester When something is accepted as new, others may point out that this revolutionary concept has been around for decades. With this in mind, I would like to say that what I am [...]

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BandMix: Giving musicians a new way to connect
By Guest_Post, the leading musician classifieds network, is proud to announce the release of ‘Digital Auditions’, a new feature allowing musicians to quickly locate and connect with matching local talent. Just a few clicks With a [...]

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How to breathe, with Greg Spence
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Breathing for the trumpet is a little more involved than breathing to stay alive.  When you understand how the instrument works, you will discover that using the elasticity of the body after a full breath [...]

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Ear training games for students
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By Steve Myers Theta Music Technologies has unveiled a series of new online games to help music students hone their skills. Two of the new games, Dango Brothers and Speed Pitch, are designed to help [...]

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Boobs and brass
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By Margaret Betts and Jane Nichols In 2006, two friends – Jane and Margaret – who both play the cornet in a brass band, sat talking over a cup of tea when Jane revealed it [...]

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James Watson Tribute Concert
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The James Watson Fund has been fund raising since James’ passing in February of this year. The fund is for young brass players who may not be able to afford certain areas of their studies [...]

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The English Brass Academy Summer School
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By Paul Archibald The English Brass Academy Summer School will provide a unique and exceptional music course of the highest quality for brass players aged 8-18 who are of Grade 2 to Grade 8 standard [...]

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You blow down the small end
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By James Stretton As a freelance musician I fill my days and pay my mortgage with a great diversity of musical activities. Primarily this includes playing the trumpet, teaching and performing my multi instrumental [...]

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Ian Bousfield has a new website!
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Trombone legend Ian Bousfield has launched his official website. Included in it is information and data regarding over 30 years of performing as a soloist and in orchestras, as well as a document of his [...]

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How to survive as a brass player in tough economic times: bartering
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By Bruce Chidester – Few of us remember much if anything about the Depression (the real Depression) and the word bartering may not be one we use today in casual conversations, but you might [...]

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