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Historical Growthby Michael Gray, DeMoulin Designer
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There is a beautiful ancient oak tree on Johns Island, South Carolina. It is over 500 years old. It has stood through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, 36 tropical storms and 19 hurricanes. It has over 600,000 visitors a year. It is a masterwork ...
The Harsh and Haunting Winds of Sept. 11University of Kansas Wind Ensemble, at Carnegie Hall
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About the project - KUAbout the project
The symphony “In the Shadow of No Towers” grew from discussions between composer Mohammed Fairouz and Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novelist Art Spiegelman. The KU Wind Ensemble performed ...
LIVE on Banddirector.com June 14 - 16 Arizona State University, / Tempe, AZ / USA Select workshops and concert times TBA
Miraphone Tuba Euphonium Academy of the West at Arizona State University For more information please visit:
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Arthur WeisbergRecorded 2006 at Indiana Jacobs School of Music.
In 2006 Arthur Weisberg sat down with Banddirector.com to discuss and demonstrate several playing techniques on the bassoon, embouchure, tounging, vibrato and the Future Bassoon.
Spring Cleaning in the Band Room By Robert W. Ricker, ESW, Director of Operations
Quick Horn Rinse
March 29, 2013
Spring is here. Big concert on the horizon. Time to do all we can to get ready for the last concert of the year and for some of your students, the last time they will play with your band.
But that’s not so for germs, mold, and grunge ...
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MT. JULIET, TN – March 20th, 2013. XO Brass is pleased to announce Mr. Peter Sutorius of Virginia Beach, VA as the Grand Prize Winner of the XO Brass V.I.P. Event. Peter received a personally engraved XO 1600i Professional trumpet, an expense-paid trip to Long Beach, CA, and a private lesson with XO artist/cl ...
An Easy, Convenient and Practical Way to Keep Your Brass Instruments Clean. By Robert W. Ricker, ESW, Director of Operations
March 9, 2013
Horn hygiene is important to all musicians. Keeping brass instruments clean can be tedious and time consuming. However, with the advent of the Quick Horn Rinse (QHR), a horn can be cleaned and ready to play in ...