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Tubaguy32478 wrote:Image
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Is the smaller tuba a YCB-621_

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imperialbari wrote:
Tubaguy32478 wrote:Image
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Is the smaller tuba a YCB-621_

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Yes, he has a YCB-621.
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On page 5 that's a beautiful pic of Howard Johnson and Gravity.Anymore pics of them? That's my new desktop.Thanks!
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jwjeffrey wrote:On page 5 that's a beautiful pic of Howard Johnson and Gravity.Anymore pics of them?

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^
Thanks so much!
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Here we go...
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Oh, wait... that's a tubist and a retired tubist ;-)

This might be better!
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Firelands SYmphony Orchestra, 2010: Greg Hillis, Prin. Hn; Adam Reardon, princ. bone and Jean Wroblewski, trombones. J.c. Sherman, Tuba.

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Firelands Symphone Orchestra 2012: Adam Reardon, Chris Graham, James Trichilo and J.c. Sherman, Cimbasso (shown) with a bass trombone behind me and my tuba beside me. We're playing Nabucco.

I wish I had more pics of my sections, esp. of the Opera. I need to remember my camera once in a while!
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One More Time Marching Band before the kick-off event for the Eugene Celebration:

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That's me on the far Right with my Hn White Baritone in the Capitol Pops Concert Band. Too bad about those trombones getting in the picture. :tuba:
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Tuba section for the Two Harbors City Band after the last concert for the season, all marches!!!

Me with my Kanstul 66T, Larry Saur with a Conn 12J and Paul Ingland with a Cerveny Piggy.
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Bel Air Community Band Tuba Section, Fall 2012- Bel Air, Maryland, USA

From left:

Phil Taylor- Mack Brass CC
Ben Whitford- Dillon BBb
Mark Chachich (Principal)- Alexander 163 CC
Frank Wilsey- Sonora (B&S) BBb

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Andy Chaffee- Yamaha YBB-201, top-action 3-banger
Ken Keller- Walter Sear (Cerveny) BBb

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Burning Band low brass, French Quarter theme camp, 2012 Burning Man Festival, Black Rock City, Nevada, US (August 28 ,2012).

Front row only, left to right: (1) David Richoux, BBb Sousa; (2) Carbon Buildup, marching baritone; (3) David Silverman, Tubatron; (4) Eric Yttri, flaming Sousa; (5) Dean Eveland, F helicon.

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Wayne Coniglio, trombone (1941 Conn), Steve Hoog, helicon (c. 1970s Amati BBb), game 3, 2012 NLDS
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No one ever taught my section to smile nicely for photos..... gearing up for Tchaik 5 with my still-kinda-new PT6. Image
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Bel Air Community Band Tuba Section- Winter 2012, taken at this afternoon's concert:

From left:

Andy Chaffee- :tuba: Yamaha YBB-201 BBb
Frank Wilsey- :tuba: Sonora BBb
Ben Whitford- :tuba: Dillon BBb
Phil Taylor- :tuba: Mack Brass CC
Mark Chachich (Principal)- :tuba: Alexander 163 CC

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NEC Low Brass for Zarathustra:

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Santa Rosa Symphony - Wagner Ring Cycle Excerpts - December, 2012 - Green Music Center

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Rod Mathews, Tuba (B&S PT6-P)
Amy Bowers, 1st Trombone
Tom Hornig, 2nd Trombone
Steve Trapani, 4th (Bass) Trombone and Contrabass Trombone (pictured)
Bruce Chrisp, Bass Trumpet
Kurt Patzner, 3rd (Bass) Trombone
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Mirafone Madness at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, CA! Back L-R: Me (Dave Amason, 190CC), Roger Davis (188), Anna Sintora (188). Front L-R: Mark Peterson (186CC), Brian Moore (184CC). Circa roughly 2003-2004. Great section, lot of fun to play in!

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poomshanka wrote:Mirafone Madness at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, CA! Back L-R: Me (Dave Amason, 190CC), Roger Davis (188), Anna Sintora (188). Front L-R: Mark Peterson (186CC), Brian (drawing a blank on his last name, maybe Murphy? 184CC). Circa roughly 2003-2004. Great section, lot of fun to play in!

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Wow, I know everybody in the back row! I was one of Roger's instructors back when he was in high school. I believe he has a different tuba now, a silver piston valved horn, can't remember the make and model.
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Bandmaster wrote:Wow, I know everybody in the back row! I was one of Roger's instructors back when he was in high school. I believe he has a different tuba now, a silver piston valved horn, can't remember the make and model.


Yep, Roger has Norm's old Thor. Great axe! We were playing in Steve Rochford's group together at IVC. I went through a couple horns - the 190, a WIllson 3050 rotary, then a Gronitz PCM (that Roger had sold to the school to buy his Thor). Sadly, life got in the way, and I had to bow out of the group back a couple years ago. I don't believe Roger's played with them in a while either.
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