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Arnold Jacobs: Loss of a Master 
The death of Arnold Jacobs was a great loss to the brass community, and the music world as a whole. M. Dee Stewart remembers his friend and colleague in this touching memorial.


Orchestral Excerpts for the Tenor Trombonist: Brahms - Symphony No. 1 
Lewis Van Haney and I used to compare our experiences with various pieces. I remember he said that Leonard Bernstein wanted the notes in the chorale to be quite separate. Whereas, my experience with Eugene Ormandy was that he preferred a very legato interpretation. The exact meaning of the dots under the slurs has always been confusing to the trombone players. It is an indication that is more common in string writing.


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