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Scott Wendholt, Microcosm For Two transcription – free download!
The solo of Scott’s that I have transcribed (found below) is from a superb album [...]

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An introduction to chords
Brass players (of any genre) should learn chords; it is not just for guitarists, pianists, [...]

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How to be a better second chair performer
By Bruce Chidester Many years ago I visited with a great trumpet player at North [...]

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The importance of versatility, Roger Ingram
Lead trumpet extrordinaire, Roger Ingram, discusses the importance of versatility in this clip. It is [...]

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Brass Bands and Musicians at New Orleans JazzFest 2011
Last week I took my first journey to one of the most exciting places I’ve [...]

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Time to look at jazz with a fresh pair of eyes: Part 2
6. The controversial bit! Clearly there are a large number of very, very talented Jazz [...]

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Time to look at jazz with a fresh pair of eyes: Part 1
1. The facts of life! As a Project Manager I’ve always found that the best [...]

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Artist profile: Bruce Adams Bruce is a special player, he has such a warm, sharing personality and I [...]

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Artist profile: Tim Hagans Firstly, do check the link above, and listen to Tim’s music (or indeed the [...]

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Phil Hanson: A brass musician with ambition
Phil Hanson is not a musician you will have heard of, well at least not [...]

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