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My publisher, Cimarron Music Press, has made one of the songs from my Good Cheer Collection available as a free download from their website. Just go to:
Gregson, Edward, Symphonic Rhapsody For Euphonium And Band. Salvation Army Publishers. London. England, 1977.
This review by Leslie Condon of the Gregson Symphonic Rhapsody is now found on the main site:
Thoughts from the Euphoniumists' Table
James D. Thornton
This article is now found on the main site:
Rafael Mendez, for those who don't know, was an amazing trumpet player, active during the 1950's through 1960's especially. Despite the outstanding brass players one can hear today, no one has quite matched Mendez's excitement and fluidity of technique. His playing is a wonderful model for any brass player.
He was very influenced by vocalists and violinists, and wanted to master the trumpet to the point that he could express himself, even in technical passages, without being