Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why Confessionalism?

One of the biggest changes—and one of the greatest blessings—in my “church life” over the past several years has been attending churches that subscribe to confessional standards which govern their teaching and practice. While by no means on par with … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Confessionalism, History, Practical Christianity, Theology

Performance Videos from the Past Week

As I have mentioned in a couple of previous posts, this past week was filled with solo performing opportunities, including a full recital on Monday, February 11, and then a euphonium solo with the University of Mississippi Wind Ensemble earlier … Continue reading

Posted in Bass Trombone, Doubling, Euphonium, Music, Performance Videos, Performances, Repertoire, Tenor Trombone, Trombone

Program Notes for Next Week’s Concerts

As I mentioned in a recent post, next week is going to be a big week for me, with performances of six solo works on three instruments over the course of the week. Today I am going to provide some … Continue reading

Posted in Bass Trombone, Doubling, Euphonium, Music, Performances, Repertoire, Tenor Trombone, Trombone

Mouthpieces: An Important Consideration for Doublers

Although there have always been low brass players that “doubled” on multiple instruments, with employment opportunities becoming a little more scarce in recent years, often the only way one can make any significant money as a freelance performer is to … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Bass Trombone, Doubling, Euphonium, Mouthpieces, Music, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Tuba