The Brass Herald

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Phil G. Biggs, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. Phil G. Biggs

    Phil G. Biggs Pianissimo User

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    Hi Everyone

    The February 2009 edition of The Brass Herald is now available. 92 pages
    of brass at its best across the globe - the most extensive brass magazine
    in the world. The bumper 92 page all colour magazine features Wycliffe
    Gordon, who is interviewed by Jens Lindemann together with interviews
    and articles on the following:-

    2009 International Trumpet Guild Conference preview
    Mark Gould
    Mike Vax
    Crispian Steele-Perkins
    Gilbert Vinter
    The Phantom Regiment
    Denis Wick
    Gomalan Brass
    Alwyn Green
    Paul Archibald
    Michael Howley
    Gary MacPhee
    Stephen Wilkinson

    Other articles, features and reviews include:
    Major George Willcocks
    Guildhall School of Music
    Canadian Staff Band
    Peter Parkes
    National Festival of Remembrance
    Vincent Bach
    and much much more


    There has never been a better time to subscribe - why not subscribe today at
    The Brass Herald

    Best wishes

    Phil
     
  2. B15M

    B15M Forte User

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    Because you need money to get it.
     
  3. Rushtucky

    Rushtucky Pianissimo User

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    Your subscription section does not work. You offer two types of subscriptions, I could not find either.
     
  4. Bachstul

    Bachstul Mezzo Forte User

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    I was wrong.....Maybe you should not have bought that $9,000 Monette.:-(
     
  5. B15M

    B15M Forte User

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    It's not easy going from plenty of money to no money in a short amount of time!
     
  6. Bachstul

    Bachstul Mezzo Forte User

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    I'm in the same ship as you, like the rest of us in the U.S. who lost money in the stocks.

    The only way to accept it better is to tell yourself the money was never real anyway. Most who "lost" are still ahead of their initial investments and looking at the lost money they never had to begin with.

    It'll come back up; you're young enough to see that happen, give it a few years.
     

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