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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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Is bigger better?
www.michaelbarkley.com I see a little movement towards the smaller-bore horns ever since Roger Ingram and [...]

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The English Brass Academy Summer School
By Paul Archibald The English Brass Academy Summer School will provide a unique and exceptional [...]

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This is a short “how to” detailing what you need to do to replace the [...]

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Hang with… Maynard Ferguson
This is a 45minute informal hang with Maynard; you can tell his known character of [...]

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Hang with… Chris LaBarbera
Brian MacDonald and Kevin Burns from the Airmen of Note trumpet section hang out with [...]

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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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Hang with… Bud Herseth
This is a lovely video from former Chicago Symphony Orchestra principal trumpet Adolph (Bud) Herseth’s [...]

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Bill Adam, and Fired Up for 5 Trumpets!
By David Roth of EverythingTrumpet.com Let me tell you about Bill Adam. If, in the [...]

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