Category Archives: The Brass Section

Life & Times of ‘our’ end of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra plus general information about the brass world in general.

Canadian Brass Play ‘Strobe’ By Deadmau5

The boys from the legendary Canadian Brass sent me this today… “Strobe” by Deadmau5, arranged for Canadian Brass by Chris Coletti, trumpet Recorded at the York School in May, 2013, released in Jan, 2017 in celebration of Canada’s 150 Anniversary. … Continue reading

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Mick Mulcahy of the Chicago Symphony OrchestraWarms Up in La Scala.

What a fabulous photo! The legendary Mick Mulcahy of the CSO warms up in La Scala, Milan, on the latest leg of the Chicago’s 2017 European tour. Click here to visit Mick’s website and find out more about one of … Continue reading

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Tuba Humour…

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French Horn Humour…

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Practice Humour…

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Ha ha…

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Oh yes…

Don’t shoot the messenger!  

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Valved Bavarian Post Horn

These photographs are from the collection of Whelden Merritt, as is the explanatory text. This is very rare, it is a Bavarian post horn with valves. Here is a picture of it being played by a Bavarian Postillion.

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Amazing Circus Act!

The best rooms Soviet circus Elena Amvrosʹyeva and George Shakhnin “music time“

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An Interview With Vincent Penzarella…

Another great interview from TPTV. Through a series of interviews with many of his former students, TubaPeopleTV (TPTV) is dedicated to highlighting the pedagogy and professional stature of longtime Chicago Symphony Principal Tubist and master pedagog, Arnold Jacobs. Click here to … Continue reading

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