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  1. yamaha-neo-euphonioum-silver-euphonium

    Regular Price: AU$9,499.00

    Special Price AU$6,499.00

    Working together with world-renowned brass band conductor Bill Millar, our technical staff started with a clean slate creating numerous euphonium prototypes, redesigning each part and component until all concourred that the ideal brass band sound that we were seeking had been attained. This new euphonium delivers a tone that blends well with baritone and tenor horns. Powerful with excellent projection, it produces the tone color that soloists require in an instrument Learn More
  2. schagerl-james-morrison-euphonium
    AU$3,399.00
    James Morrison Model Euphonium, 4 valve, silver plate with gold trim, ABS case Learn More
  3. schargerl-slep900s-4-valve-silver-euphonium
    AU$2,999.00
    4 Valve, Silver plate, large bore with ABS Case Learn More
  4. wedgwood-saturn-water-key
    AU$49.95
    Wedgwood Saturn Water Key for Trumpet. Learn More
  5. york-double-bell-euphonium
    AU$3,799.00
    Secondhand 1925 York Band Inst. Co. Grand Rapids Mich. Double Bell Euphonium. Learn More
  6. berp-trombone-and-euphonium-no.3
    AU$34.95

    Time to berp

    1. Clamp The Berp onto the receiver. Play the starting pitch on your instrument, then place the mouthpiece in The Berp and buzz the exercise like a siren or glissando.
    2. Buzz the exercise again, but this time center each pitch and press your instrument’s valves down or move the slide to the notes that you are playing. When you play The Berp, practice making the beginning and ending pitch sound (resonate) the same. Correct sound production will result when the air leads the way, whether ascending or descending.
    3. Finally, play the exercise on your instrument with the same energy you used to make a consistent buzz. The embouchure should feel more relaxed than when buzzing in order to get a free, resonating sound. Always alternate between the berp and playing your instrument, to gain ear training benefits and strengthen your embouchure.

    This exercise can be started on either open partials up and/or down. Practice with the
    same routine.

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    Sample exercise

    You’ll get a lot more out of this buzzing exercise if you read the information about the Breath Awareness Tool first.

    If you practice this routine on a daily basis, you’ll gain many benefits of working with the berp.

    • Play slowly
    • Use the top treble line for trumpet, horn, and cornet
    • Use the bottom bass line for trombone, euphonium, and tuba
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  7. besson-prestige-euphonium

    Regular Price: AU$21,749.00

    Special Price AU$15,500.00

    Bb PROFESSIONAL
    Key : Bb
    Ø bore : .590" ( 14,98 mm )
    Bell : hand-made in yellow brass
    Ø bell : 11" ( 279 mm )
    Weight : 10lb 4oz ( 4 650 g )
    Valves : 4 compensating valves ( 3+1 )
    Waterkeys : 3
    Removable music lyre
    Removable valve block gutter
    Main tuning slide trigger : left hand thumb action
    Gold-plated finger buttons, caps, trigger and waterkeys
    Finishes : clear lacquer or bright silverplate
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  8. besson-sovereign-967t-euphonium-shop-demo

    Regular Price: AU$17,500.00

    Special Price AU$11,500.00

    Key : Bb

    Ø bore : .590" ( 14,98 mm )

    Bell : hand-made in yellow brass

    Ø bell : 12" ( 304 mm )

    Weight : 10lb 80z ( 4 700 g )

    Valves : 4 compensating valves ( 3+1 )

    Waterkeys : 3

    Removable block gutter

    Finish : bright silverplate

     

    Comes with Besson case, Besson euphonium felt bag and mouthpiece.

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  9. yamaha-yep211-standard-bb-front-action-valve-euphonium
    AU$2,795.00
    Front bell model for improved projection and greater presence. Learn More
  10. yamaha-yep-642-euphonium

    Regular Price: AU$8,799.00

    Special Price AU$7,039.00

    The new standard in brass band instruments Neo Series, Euphonium Learn More

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