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Brass Bulletin - Archives 1971-2003

  • List of articles
    Edouard Gros
    How and why I became a musician III (page 13-14)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 13-14)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument Makers in USA V - Lawson Horns (page 15-19)
    Michel Laplace
    The trombone in Jazz and Popular Music III (page 20-28)
    Taku Satoh
    Salvation Army in Japan (page 30-34)
    William F. Cramer
    Valsalva Maneuver - Why? (page 36-38)
    Raymond Fonseque
    Good intonation on the trombone (page 47-52)
    Anonyme
    The Tory Band, lithography, 2nd half of 19th century (page 54-55)
    Anonyme
    The Art of the Musical Instrument Maker 1: The trumpet [excerpts] (page 57-59)
    E. Toplas
    Litho ['Le Monde Illustré, Paris pendant les jours gras,1873] (page 60)
    Jeffrey Agrell
    Jazz and the Horn - John CLARK interviewed by Tom Varner (page 61-65)
    Benny Sluchin
    Trombone workshops (page 67-69)
    Albert Hiller
    The Unusual Trumpet in the Nürnberg Transport Museum (page 72-73)
    Hans-Joachim Drechsler
    Individuality and Uniformity in Brass Players (page 74-78)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    The powdered tuba or the strange illness of Stanley Cooper (page 81-82)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument Makers in USA IV - S.W.Lewis Orchestral Horns (page 90-94)
    Anonyme
    Angel blowing a horn, woodcarving, Spain 17th c. [ca 90cm wide] (page I)

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    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial Homage to James Stamp (page 03-04)
    Thomas Stevens
    Homage to James Stamp [1904-1985] (page 03-04)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument making in USA VI-VII - Holton/Leblanc/Martin (page 109-115)
    Anonyme
    Illustration from the J.G. Seeling factory catalogue, Dresden 1906 (page 116)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Bad Säckingen - Trumpet museum (page 17-27)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial Special Finnland'' (page 29-35)
    Kauko Karjalainen
    Brass achieves academic respectability (page 36-39)
    Timo Mäkinen
    Lauri OJALA [*1918] - Finnish trumpet virtuoso (page 40-48)
    Holger Fransman
    The brass band tradition in Finland (page 49-51)
    Simo Kanerva
    A brief survey of the history of the Finnish brass music (page 52-55)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Holger FRANSMAN - The great finnish horn player and teacher (page 56-65)
    A. Gallen-Kallela
    Kullervo goes to war [fresco, 1901 - Atheneum, Helsinki] (page 58-59)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    The national brass associations in Finland (page 67-68)
    Dr. Klaus Winkler
    Modern editions of original 17th-century brass ensemble music (page 69-80)
    Edouard Gros
    How and Why I Became a Musician IV (page 81-85)
    Albert Edelfelt
    Young shephard from Carelia [Finland, Atheneum, Helsinki] (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 03-04)
    Edward H. Tarr
    The coiled Hunting Instrument by J.W. Haas in Bad Säckingen (page 08-22)
    Jeffrey Agrell
    Jazz and the Horn: interview with Dale Clevenger [by Steve Lewis] (page 104-107)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: The Brain (page 24-27)
    Robert Ischer
    Sophrology and Music (page 29-36)
    Markus Stockhausen
    The mute belt (page 38-45)
    Thomas Aitken
    British brass players training (page 48-59)
    Michio Sugihara
    The Oldest Concert Band in Japan (page 62-64)
    Benny Sluchin
    Frenquency and Pitch (page 66-67)
    Edouard Gros
    How and why I became a musician V (page 69-73)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument making in USA VIII - Getzen (page 75-78)
    Karl Hachenberg
    Points and areas of corrosion in brass instruments (page 99-102)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Sumo-Fighter and Tuba [Photography] (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial [In regognition of the PJBE] (page 03-05)
    P. Bauer
    In the court gardens of Munich, lithography 1891 (page 112)
    Edouard Gros
    How and why I became a musician VI (page 15-19)
    Anonyme
    The Art of the Musical Instrument Maker [Paris, 1795] II [Extracts] (page 20-21)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    The New One (page 23-24)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Markneukirchen Competition 1986 - A brief review (page 25-27)
    Roland Schnohrk
    Markneukirchen 1986 trombone competition (page 27-29)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: The Body (page 30-32)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    NARBONNE 1986 1st International Brass Quintet Competition (page 33-37)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    NARBONNE 1986: Anonymous Brass Quintet Budapest, 1st Prize (page 39-40)
    Dr. Herbert Heyde
    Horns and Huntmen's trumpets (page 42-56)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Doc Severinsen - Talent, will and glory [short biography] (page 58-63)
    Michael Struck-Schloen
    From musical wallpaper to the twelve-note row I (page 6-14)
    John Stork
    Understanding the mouthpiece (page 64-68)
    Michel Laplace
    George Swift, You see who I mean? (page 69-73)
    Yuri Usov
    Georgiy A. Orvid - Portrait of a distinguished Russian trumpeter (page 75-79)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument making in USA IX - Yamaha Music Products (page 81-84)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 03-06)
    Stephan Suter
    Instrument making in USA X - BLESSING (page 105-107)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: The ear (page 12-14)
    Anonyme
    The Art of the Musical Instrument Maker [Paris, 1795] III [extracts] (page 15-16)
    Michel Laplace
    Tubas in jazz and popular music I (page 18-22)
    Michael Struck-Schloen
    Between Furniture Music and Twelve-Note Concerto II (page 24-32)
    Colin Bloch
    ITG Conference, London 1986: a personal view (page 34-38)
    Edouard Gros
    How and why I became a musician VII [end] (page 39-43)
    Balint A. Varga
    György Geiger - A Giant of a trumpeter [Hungary] (page 44-48)
    Paul Roth
    Unpleasant neighbourghood' - woodcut 1865' (page 49)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Winners of the Munich Competition [1952-1985] (page 5)
    Anatoly Barantsev
    Yuriy A. BOL'SHIYANOV - A Russian Trumpeter (page 51-53)
    Fournier
    Régiment d'Infanterie - lithography, Paris 19th c. (page 54-55)
    Peter Damm
    Did Bach write the corne da caccia part in B min Mass for Reiche? I (page 61-73)
    Edward H. Tarr
    MUNICH 1986: Trumpet Competition [R. Friedrich, U. Agnas, G. Vosburgh] (page 7-11)
    Dr. Klaus Winkler
    Trombone and Organ, A Dialog I (page 75-89)
    Hoover & Son
    Litho Philadelphia 1904' (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 03-05)
    Anonyme
    F. Besson Musical Instruments woodcut, England 1885 (page 112)
    Thomas Stevens
    Can jazz performance be taught? A profile of Charlie Shoemake (page 13-19)
    René Caussée, Benny Sluchin
    Mutes for brass instruments (page 20-39)
    Dr. Klaus Winkler
    Trombone and organ: a dialog II [end] (page 41-49)
    Beryl Kenyon De Pascual
    José de Juan Martínez's tutor for the circular hand-stopped tp [1830] (page 50-65)
    Anonyme
    The tile with the timpanist - Tile of the 18th c., Spain [Valencia] (page 56-57)
    Peter Damm
    Did Bach write the corne part in B min Mass for G. Reiche? II (page 67-79)
    Phyllis Stork, John Stork
    Dr Mouthpiece - Resistance and the brass player (page 7-11)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: Breathing (page 80-81)
    Michel Laplace
    Tubas in jazz and popular music II (end) (page 84-88)
    Anonyme
    Royal Garde Music of Bayern [Lithography, Munich, 1840] (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 07-08)
    Adam F. Van der Meulen
    Pareforce hornplayer (page 100)
    Charlie Shoemake
    Jazz improvisation I: Major scale - chord-scale relationship (page 13-16)
    Günter Dullat
    Reminisences of modified rotary valves (page 18-28)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: The lips (page 30-33)
    Craig Kridel
    One step for intonation: one giant step for the serpent (page 36-39)
    Michel Laplace
    Fat's [Navarro] heirs (page 42-48)
    Margaret Downie Banks
    17th and 18th c. brass instruments at the Music Museum Vermillon [USA] (page 50-59)
    Peter Damm
    Did Bach write the corne part in the B min. Mass for G. Reiche? III end (page 63-69)
    Thomas Stevens
    David Monette - Profile (page 71)
    Anonyme
    Postcard [Germany 1910]: cond./soloist Ladies-Orch. Diana' [photogr.]' (page 73)
    E. Emay
    Four Musicians [drawing or aquarel] - Austria 1900 [R. Delmotte] (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 03-04)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Branimir SLOKAR - Biography (page 10-16)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    12th International trumpet competition - Toulon 1987 (page 109-116)
    Charlie Shoemake
    Jazz Improvisation II - The harmonic minor scale (page 18-22)
    Phyllis Stork, John Stork
    Dr Mouthpiece - Flesh meets metal I: The rim (page 23-25)
    Albert Hiller
    The early 19th-century invention-posthorn (page 27-34)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: Posture (page 36-37)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    2nd International Brass Festival - Verona (Italy) 1987 (page 40-41)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Roger DELMOTTE - A French trumpet player (page 48-55)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Louis Aubertin, French instrument makers: last representative (page 56-62)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Wynton MARSALIS - Interview (page 64-68)
    Henry Parramon
    Trumpeter to Louis XV - Pierre Vilhardin de Belleau (page 70-81)
    Anonyme
    Trombone Player [aquarelle] (page I)

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  • List of articles
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 03-07)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    The Miracle Mouthpiece - A Christmas story (page 11-14)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Techniques: The eyes (page 116-118)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Markneukirchen musical instrument museum (page 21-27)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    VEB, Markneukirchen - A tour of the factory and workshops in pictures (page 28-32)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass instruments from Markneukirchen (page 3-7)
    Peter Damm
    The horn in the GRD - a chat with Peter Damm (page 33-37)
    Bert Noglik
    Conrad and Johann Bauer, two trombone players (page 38-40)
    Ludwig Güttler
    An interview with Ludwig Güttler (page 41-43)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Hans-Joachim Krumpfer or: teaching as a vocation (page 45-46)
    Phyllis Stork, John Stork
    Dr Mouthpiece - Flesh Meets Metal II: Rim width (page 47-49)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Instrument makers in Europe: Kalison, Milano (page 52-64)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Maurice André... Better than ever! (page 66-72)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Bernard Soustrot - portrait (page 76-79)
    Charlie Shoemake
    Jazz improvisation III: the melodic minor scale (page 82-85)

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  • List of articles
    Thomas Stevens
    U.S.A. Profile - Bob Malone (page 103)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Editorial (page 23-27)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Empire Brass Quintet - Th road to success (page 30-36)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Trumpets of the future: Ole E. Antonsen and Gérard Métrailler (page 38-43)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Gregory CASS [*1952] - Horn and soul (page 44-47)
    Margaret Downie Banks
    Blechblasinstrumente des 19. Jhd im Shrine to Music' Museum Vermillion' (page 50-59)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Kurt Laberer, instrument maker in Munich (page 60-61)
    Benny Sluchin
    The alto trombone [I] (page 70-75)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Hakan HARDENBERGER [*1961] - The conquest of the future (page 76-79)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Trio Millière - Brass players, a family story (page 82-85)
    Robert Coutet
    Periodontal disease in brass players (page 88-90)
    Phyllis Stork, John Stork
    Dr Mouthpiece - Flesh Meets Metal III: The rim, the rime bite (page 91-92)
    Jean-Pierre Mathez
    Brass Technqiues: Arms, hands, fingers (page 94-96)
    Charlie Shoemake
    Jazz improvisation IV: the melodic minor scale (page 98-101)
    Ch. J. Travies De Villers
    Serpent (Drawing) (page I)

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