Monthly Archives: June 2013

Why I am a Presbyterian, Part Two

Several weeks ago I posted my first article on the topic “Why I am a Presbyterian;” today’s post is a continuation and conclusion of those thoughts. Before beginning there I provided a few caveats, which will apply to this piece, … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Calvinism, Confessionalism, Covenant Theology, Doctrine, Doctrine of Vocation, Evangelism, Practical Christianity, The Future, Theology, Worship

Next Week: International Trombone Festival 2013

The International Trombone Festival is one of the premiere yearly events for trombone performers, teachers, and enthusiasts throughout the world. This four-day event features performances, lectures, master classes, competitions, and exhibits, and its presenters are among the world’s most accomplished … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Bass Trombone, Conferences, Education, International Trombone Festival, Low Brass Resources, Music, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, Trombone

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Posted in Music, News and Commentary, Online Resources, Theology

This Summer’s Recording Project

Although I have been a university low brass teacher at some level for twelve years now, I have never taken it upon myself to make a solo recording. One reason for this is the expense involved; making a quality recording … Continue reading

Posted in Bass Trombone, Doubling, Low Brass Resources, Mouthpieces, Music, Recordings, Trombone