Fiddle and piano make beautiful sounds, but there is nothing like blowing a horn! I am fortunate to have the opportunity to play with the Boston College Symphonic Band.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008 @5:45:05 PM
I think that old-time music could use a few euphonium breaks. Probably not Devil's Dream in A, since you'd have to play in the hellish key of B, the euphonium being a B-flat instrument. Waltzes in particular would be great.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008 @11:04:29 PM
I have been dabbling with hornpipes... Sailors Hornpipe (although not traditional) is fun, and Hulls Victory (F) seems like a natural. I have been practicing the "sharp" keys so I'll be ready for A, D , and G tunes. I'm not even thinking about E and B!
Wednesday, March 5, 2008 @7:50:17 PM
Ya'know - I agree with FF that an OT band with fiddle, euphonium and banjo might be great.
Uhhh, do they make mutes for euphoniums like they do for trumpets?
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