Unbelievable Euphonium solos

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Post by Personal » Thu May 29, 2003 7:58 am

I haven't really taken the time to listen to that one. Plus, my director stole the CD from me to listen to :? , and he won't give it back. I will listen to it once I get the CD back, but I also love the Variations on America. That is a cool...I don't know what o call it...Melody? I think?
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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Thu Jul 03, 2003 8:32 pm

You know what rocks? That euphonium solo in the trio of "The Melody Shop" by Karl King. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
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Post by Hostrauser » Sun Jul 06, 2003 6:37 pm

euphman wrote:
Trumpet Man 05 wrote:You know what rocks? That euphonium solo in the trio of "The Melody Shop" by Karl King. Awesome, awesome, awesome.
That trio sounds hard.
It's absolutely murderous. But TM5 is right, it's awesome, awesome, awesome. The Melody Shop is definitely not a march for amateurs, though, it'd be a challenge in concert for even the top flight band programs.

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Post by Hostrauser » Mon Jul 07, 2003 5:53 pm

euphman wrote:the Air Force band plays it real nice.
Yeah, well the military bands tend to be just a LITTLE bit better than average. ;)

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Post by Personal » Sat Jul 12, 2003 8:16 pm

One time I saw the Navy band... MAN they were awsome. I mean the Euphoniums that they had were the nicest things I have ever seen. Lets just say that I caught myself drooling more than once.
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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Wed Jul 16, 2003 8:03 pm

Knowing a share of great trumpet solos myself, I think it would be incredibly awesome to hear a euphonium player tackle all sorts of great trumpet solos on one CD. I'd definitely want to hear a euphonium player play Carnival of Venice, as well as play Fantaisie Brilliante, Concerto in Eb: Rondo by Hummel, and Moto Perpetuo. :)
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Post by Hostrauser » Wed Jul 16, 2003 10:20 pm

Trumpet Man 05 wrote:Knowing a share of great trumpet solos myself, I think it would be incredibly awesome to hear a euphonium player tackle all sorts of great trumpet solos on one CD. I'd definitely want to hear a euphonium player play Carnival of Venice, as well as play Fantaisie Brilliante, Concerto in Eb: Rondo by Hummel, and Moto Perpetuo. :)
The CD I recommend earlier in this thread, "American Variations" from Klavier Recordings, has Dr. Brian Bowman tackling a bunch of solos on the euphonium (including Carnival of Venice, Scherzo, The Student Prince, etc...)

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Post by The_eUpH » Wed Jul 23, 2003 12:22 pm

euphman wrote:I want to get the new Steven Mead CD, Bravura. There are so many of his Cds that I want.

heh yeah i can see why..he is the euph GOD
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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Fri Jul 25, 2003 9:50 pm

This is way off-topic (and should be in that forum), but congratulations euphman on being the first drum major (500 posts) on the WOP Discussion Forums!!
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