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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Bob Kolada » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:41 am

contravic wrote:MSMSO Low Brass Section From Left to Right Tim Dueppen, Heather Jackson, Brent Marquart, Victor Gomez
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Guess here.....
36H alto, Greenhoe (88h?) tenor, Getzen 1062 bass, Cerveny big boy cimbasso?
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby contravic » Thu Apr 01, 2010 1:24 am

Bob Kolada wrote:
contravic wrote:MSMSO Low Brass Section From Left to Right Tim Dueppen, Heather Jackson, Brent Marquart, Victor Gomez
Image


Guess here.....
36H alto, Greenhoe (88h?) tenor, Getzen 1062 bass, Cerveny big boy cimbasso?


King 2B Alto, Greenhoe Bach 42, Getzen (I dont know the model. It's old and has a raw brass bell.), and Rudy Meinl Cimbasso.
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Bob Kolada » Thu Apr 01, 2010 1:32 am

contravic wrote:King 2B Alto, Greenhoe Bach 42, Getzen (I dont know the model. It's old and has a raw brass bell.), and Rudy Meinl Cimbasso.

Cool! If it's a Getzen dependent bass, it's almost assuredly a 1062. For the alto, my guess is still a Conn 36H, as I don't think King ever made an alto and OR or gave it the name of one of their most popular trombones. :D
How did you like the Rudy?
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby contravic » Thu Apr 01, 2010 6:48 pm

Bob Kolada wrote:
contravic wrote:King 2B Alto, Greenhoe Bach 42, Getzen (I dont know the model. It's old and has a raw brass bell.), and Rudy Meinl Cimbasso.

Cool! If it's a Getzen dependent bass, it's almost assuredly a 1062. For the alto, my guess is still a Conn 36H, as I don't think King ever made an alto and OR or gave it the name of one of their most popular trombones. :D
How did you like the Rudy?


My mistake Bob. Yes, the alto is a 36H. His straight jazz horn is a 2B, oops. The Rudy is great! Blends beautifully with the bones to create a wonderful sound. We had just finished the Verdi Requiem, fun piece!
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby tubainty » Thu Apr 01, 2010 8:31 pm

tubas from the high wind ensembles at interlochen arts camp 2009

Left to right: Tara Fayazi; Josue Jimenez Morales; Colby Parker; Davis Erickson (me)

Euphs: Alex Avila; Nathan Budge


A few people are missing from this photo for whatever reason.
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Jarrod » Mon Apr 05, 2010 11:03 pm

September 2008 Dallas Symphony
World Premiere of Steven Stucky's August 4th, 1964
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Bob Sacchi » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:17 am

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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Probsty » Fri Apr 09, 2010 2:08 pm

Tuba section of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard, 2008
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Ace » Fri Apr 09, 2010 3:33 pm

Very nice pic--------that must be an awesome section.

There are two people in the photo that do not have a striped thing hanging over their right shoulder. What's with that?

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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby David Richoux » Fri Apr 09, 2010 3:51 pm

Ace wrote:Very nice pic--------that must be an awesome section.

There are two people in the photo that do not have a striped thing hanging over their right shoulder. What's with that?

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I think those are just the tuba straps - you can see the hooks on the ends of some of them (and one is totally different looking.)
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby hrender » Mon Apr 12, 2010 12:33 pm

Probsty wrote:Tuba section of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard, 2008


It seems like you'd have to make sure your bell doesn't intersect your hat. We used to have a similar uniforms in my HS marching band, but the tuba players had to wear different headgear (busby + sousaphone was a no-go).
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby sloan » Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:34 pm

hrender wrote:
Probsty wrote:Tuba section of the Band of the Ceremonial Guard, 2008


It seems like you'd have to make sure your bell doesn't intersect your hat. We used to have a similar uniforms in my HS marching band, but the tuba players had to wear different headgear (busby + sousaphone was a no-go).


Another urban myth.

Back in the day, when men were men and sheep were nervous, we wore Sousaphones with full shakos and plumes. There's no reason for a properly worn Sousaphone to interfere with headgear.

Now, if for some reason you think that the rim of the Sousaphone bell has to rest against your forehead...that's a different story. And, of course, if you are just conning the Band Director into letting you wear way-cool berets instead
of those tacky shakos and plumes, I suppose that's OK, too.
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Kory101 » Mon Apr 12, 2010 2:38 pm

David Richoux wrote:I think those are just the tuba straps - you can see the hooks on the ends of some of them (and one is totally different looking.)


Right you are, Dave. I'm 3rd in from the left on that picture and my strap is just sitting a little further back than everyone else's. That's why you can't see it. It's still the same striped pattern. Really great section and great guys to work with.
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Postby winston » Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:05 pm

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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby imperialbari » Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:09 pm

Looks like the players also are cut to Eb and BBb respectively.

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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Belltrouble » Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:11 pm

Klaus,in this case I´d look like being cut to alto horn...................

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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Probsty » Fri May 28, 2010 5:13 pm

winston wrote:Here's last summer!
EDIT: better image that wasn't cut off



Way to take the section picture without me guys! :(
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby sinfonian » Fri May 28, 2010 8:48 pm

We call ourselves the Pedal Tones. Most of us started playing together in the Crystal Lake Concert Band. A couple of years ago we got together to play some Christmas music for the Salvation Army Kettles and this year after Christmas we decided to keep playing together and started playing other music. So far we played a couple of services before Easter, opened for a French Horn Choir, played a Salvation Army dinner and are set to play for the 50th anniversary of a local barbershop next month.

In 2008 for the Kettles
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This past April when we played as the opening act for the local French Horn Choir (The Cor Corp) concert.
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Dan Schultz » Fri May 28, 2010 9:49 pm

Sorry. Someone had to do it!
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Re: POST YOUR LOW BRASS SECTION PHOTO HERE

Postby Dean » Fri May 28, 2010 10:05 pm

caseys186 wrote:This was the River City Brass Band's "Ton of Tuba" from the 1988 Australia Tour. Left to Right: Jim "Squirrel" Stillwagon Sr, Kurt C. Zeigler, David McCollum, and Grant Moore. 1 BBb 186-4u (Squirrel), the rest CC 186-5us. The best section I ever played with. Miss you guys!



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