Robert and Nicholas Childs made a guest appearance with Brass Band from The U.S. Army Band (Pershing's Own). We are offering a recording of the virtuoso showpiece Brilliante. It's one of my Childs Brothers favorites.
This is a free download on the TubaEuph forum. (You must be logged in to see the link, but joining the forum is free. Then look under Tuba and/or Euphonium -> Downloads for Members Only.)
If you are a member of our Tuba-Euph discussion forum (membership is free), you have access to several downloadable music files of tuba and euphonium. We have just added Marc Dickman, a fantastic jazz euphonium player. Once you join the forum, just go to the "Tuba and/or Euphonium" category and select "Downloads for Members Only" to see the entire list.
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The Brass Player's Cookbook is a collaboration of 57 noted brass players from various countries. The name "cookbook" denotes that all the contributors can offer tips to "brew up" some very fine playing. Articles are related to topics such as brass playing, tips on a specific brass instrument, musicality, or performing in an ensemble.
The various brass instruments are well covered. Contributors include:
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Continuing our series of military band tributes, we have put up an MP3 file of The United States Navy Band performing Herald's Zampa Overture. This is not one of the best-known band transcriptions, but it is very good listening and very well played. AND there are some tough low brass parts!
Listen to Zampa Overture by Ferdinand Herold