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John Ericson

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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

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...

A number of items have come in for review, and to start catching up on that today we have two 2013 products of interest. First...

Over the past several months I have posted a series of articles about the production of a new brass trio CD, as I think...

One of my strong interests is the history of horn pedagogy, and over the years I have accumulated quite a number of interesting horn...

One common question relates to the “A” valve seen on most single Bb horns and descant horns. The central question would be “what is...

One question that comes in periodically is about a type of double horn that seems to have been constructed to have the valve slides...

Auf dem Strom (1828) is the best known work of Schubert for horn and voice, but it was preceded in 1827 by a very...