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 Providence Brass perform at FUMC Richardson Check out Providence Brass performing at the First United Methodist Church in Richardson, TX.  The piece being performed is Russian Chant by Robert Parker. Related articles across the web Brass bands descend on Durham for annual celebration Blues you oughta know: Balkan edition Flight of the Bumblebee – Canadian Brass

Chorale from Symphony No 2 by Gustav Mahler (Brass Symposium) Video from the 2011 National Brass Symposium.  This is the chorale from the end of Symphony No 2 by Gustav Mahler being played by the world’s greatest brass musicians. Related articles across the web MahlerFest will present Mahler’s Symphony No. 6 and Five Ruckert Lieder Two takes on Mahler Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam will hold Mahler Festival in 2020

 Fanfare for the Common Man with the New York Philharmonic   Check out the brass section of the New York Philharmonic perform Aaron Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man. Related articles across the web Aaron Copland Conducts Aaron Copland – Klaus Tennstedt Conducts Mahler – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert British NYPhil Conductor Apologizes for 1776 Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man (1943)

This is an article written by trombonist, Chris Frank. Tips on How to Get Back Into Shape on a Brass Instrument   It doesn’t matter what type of musician you are. You could be someone who performs year-round, solely at Easter-Christmas, or maybe someone who hasn’t picked up their horn in more than a year (or even a decade!!). At some point, you will find yourself out of practice and needing to whip those chops into shape. From someone who has found himself in this position way too many times I have come up with some tips and tricks to help you. […]

 Vienna Horns & Art of Brass – Bruckner Symphony No. 4 This video features the Vienna Horns and the Art of Brass playing the Scherzo movement from Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4.   Related articles across the web S.F. Symphony review: Luminous tribute Press Play: “Kyrie” by Anton Bruckner Symphony guide: Bruckner’s 6th

 Maniacal 4 Trombone Quartet playing Carry On Wayward Son Check out the Maniacal 4 Trombone Quartet playing Carry On Wayward Son!   Related articles across the web Maniacal 4 Trombone Quartet Jazz Tonight: Cinco de Mayo cumbia-chicka takes center stage Trombones lead the big parade

 Arturo Sandoval and Wayne Bergeron Check out this awesome video of Arturo Sandoval and Wayne Bergeron! Related articles across the web Live Jazz: The Arturo Sandoval Big Band Performs for the California Jazz Foundation at Catalina Bar & Grill Arturo Sandoval and Dr. Mario Molina Amongst Medal of Freedom Medal Winners Talk:Arturo Sandoval

Wedding Musicians:  How to Find Musicians and How to Pick Music Now that you have figured out what type of music group that you would like to perform, you can start looking for musicians and can figure out what you would like for them to play.   How to Find the Right Wedding Musicians Finding the right musicians to play at your wedding is important, because no one wants to have subpar music during their event. It is easy to find someone that says that they can play an instrument, but it is not as easy to find someone that […]

  Excerpt of the New York Philharmonic Brass Section Take a listen to the New York Philharmonic brass section performing the famous chorale at the end of Mahler’s 2nd Symphony.  This chorale occurs in the 5th movement of the symphony and helps to set up the magnificent choral entrance.