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Stolen tubas at Southland high schools in the USA
The thefts, band leaders say, are probably attributable to Southern California’s banda music craze and to the high prices the brass instruments fetch on the black market. By Sam Quinones, Los Angeles Times As Southern [...]

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Tubas become horns of plenty – by Sam Quinones
Fidel Bernabe, a talented trumpeter in Mexico, is among the brass band musicians who are part of Southern California’s ‘tuba revolution.’ They’re showing their chops on an instrument whose ‘thunk thunk’ attracts dance-minded partygoers. By [...]

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RIP Nigel Gomm, LSO trumpeter
We are saddened to hear of another loss to the brass community; it has been a year of losses, however, their character, lessons, performances and recordings will stay with us. Nigel, 3rd trumpet for the [...]

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra Brass: New CD Release
Get the recording here! CHICAGO— The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s (CSO) world-renowned brass section is featured on Chicago Symphony Orchestra Brass Live, the newest release by the Orchestra’s award-winning record label, CSO Resound. Works by Gabrieli, [...]

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Support Dutch Orchestras!
http://www.soldieroforange.nl/ Here is a message from the orchestra of the Gothenburg Opera, to the government of The Netherlands, regarding the current proposed cutbacks: [...]

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Music of the sun recorded by scientists
Astronomers at the University of Sheffield have managed to record for the first time the eerie musical harmonies produced by the magnetic field in the outer atmosphere of the sun… this is a bit bizzare, [...]

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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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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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Announcement: Orchestral Excerpt Library for Brass Musicians
Attention Brass Musicians! As you may have already noticed, we’ve recently added an Excerpt Library to the BrassMusician.com site. We’re excited to host orchestral excerpts from the trumpet, horn, trombone and tuba repertoire and are [...]

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Apophenia: Wind band music by Peter Meechan
Apophenia is the first volume of Peter Meechan’s music for wind band, and is performed by the award winning Kew Wind Orchestra, conducted by Spencer Down. The high energy title track is given a stunning [...]

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