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JOHN ERICSON has wide-ranging experience as an orchestral player, soloist, and teacher. » About John Ericson » More articles » Horn Notes Edition » Study with John Ericson » Contact

Concluding for now this series of PDF downloads from 19th century method books are a pair of great downloads from a publication with a...

Oscar Franz (1843-1886) was one of the most prominent teachers and performers of the horn in the late nineteenth century. Franz spent most of...

Henri Kling (1842-1918) spent most of his career in Geneva, where he was professor of horn and solfège at the Geneva Conservatory from 1865...

Since the recent site redesign at Horn Matters the number one most popular part of the site by far is our PDF Library --...

For a final book review of 2014 we have a new publication from Randy C. Gardner, Good Vibrations – Masterclasses for Brass Players. This...

Continuing our series of brief reviews we have two 2014 CD releases to close out the year. First up alphabetically is a recording of double...

One common question is that some models of horn seem to be built rather sharp, as in the main slide needs to be pulled...

Below are yet more, somewhat random Hornist Hamster memes. Can you find the Robert Schumann quote? Enjoy!   Mistakes are made by fools like me, but...

I have seen the following meme go around Facebook several times: As a horn teacher I have to say this meme, while it sounds like...

Regular readers of Horn Matters know that Bruce Hembd and I both count Verne Reynolds among our former teachers. In an prior article I...