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2021-01-24 17:12
Hi all, I am in search of a 3rd piston valve assembly including stem, and top cap for an 1890's B flat Baritone. The horn is a French MFG'd horn with the German Silver Pistons. Labeled "Beau… Read More
2021-01-24 04:30
Does anyone have any information on G. Magnan, composer of the Concerto, originally for trombone and piano? I am just looking to find some basic information for program notes, with no succes… Read More
2021-01-23 22:56
I'm stretching the category a bit here. When I saw the movie "Brassed Off" I heard some great music played in actuality by Grimethorpe Colliery Band. One I really liked was "Floral Dance." M… Read More
2021-01-23 18:20
Title is pretty self explanatory, just wondering what polish I should get that would work best for my Yamaha Horn. It’s not silver plated or anything, just the standard finish. Thanks Read More
2021-01-23 01:27
This is a Salvation Army solo, which I have played in recital a couple times. It's a fun romp! This is an old recording, and is part of my "Historic Euphonium" playlist.… Read More
2021-01-21 10:47
Does anybody own one of this horns? What do you think of it? A long time ago, I started plaIying on an oval Amati baritone. I'm pretty curious of this horn. Seems a little expensive for… Read More
2021-01-20 20:25
Looks like Geneva recently released a baritone horn for their Oldroyd Cardinal range: Interesting design, non-compensating 3 valve, with… Read More
2021-01-20 06:43
I have for sale an Antoine Courtois british baritone 169R Symphonie II ). Red brass bell, 3 compensated valves and comes with a case. This is a professional instrument similar to the Besson… Read More

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