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Postby FarahShazam » Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:07 pm

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Wessex Tubas was started in 2011. Wessex Tubas supplies musicians around the world and has an increasing number of professional artistes - It has become a leading brand for tubas, euphonium and the whole range of brass.
“Wyvern” Jonathan Hodgetts
http://www.Wessex-Tubas.com
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/WessexTubas/

Co-op Press/Emeritus Recordings features the compositions, arrangements, recordings, and books of award-winning composer, Sy Brandon. It is also the home of the Co-op Press Fund that assists performers through Recording Grants and Commission Consortia. Our philosophy is "Partnering with performers to serve their needs.
"sybrandon" Sy Brandon, Owner sybrandon@gmail.com
http://cooppress.net

NUmouthpieces believes that a merger of didgeridoo and low brass techniques presents many exciting possibilities. With wood cups, contoured rims, brass shanks, and the largest possible bores, nu mouthpieces allow musicians to fully utilize didgeridoo techniques on low brass instruments.
"jbaylies" John Baylies jbaylies@gmail.com
http://numouthpieces.com/

The Village Tinker has been a proud co-sponsor of the TubeNet Forum for many years... not necessarily because I need the revenue. A few extra bucks in my retirement is nice but I truly enjoy rebuilding tubas and creating a custom horn now and then. The few dollars I pay The Chishams each month is a small price to pay to help maintain this wonderful asset to the music and tuba community. They are the ones doing all the work here."
"'tubatinker" Dan Schultz
http://thevillagetinker.com
http://www.olddamband.com

Dillon Music was incorporated in 1992 in Woodbridge, NJ and has quickly become one of the foremost leaders in the music industry. Mr. Dillon has been dealing in musical instruments since he was in the 7th grade. During that time he developed a deep knowledge of antique and vintage instruments, so much so that most of the manufacturers in this country refer questions about history and value of their respective instruments to Mr. Dillon.
"Steve Dillon" (president) and "Matt Walters"
matt@dillonmusic.com
http://www.dillonmusic.com
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