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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

A topic that comes up pretty often teaching is that of what fingerings to use in the low range, specifically in the range from...

A few weeks ago a question came up on "the hornlist" about Telemann and his works for horn. Someone asked what else there was...

High range development is a topic that comes up with every horn student, and every horn teacher has his or her ideas as to...

This week I led a brass sectional with the ASU Symphony Orchestra brass section. At the end of the sectional I was asked I...

"Caps," the articulation mark that looks like an upside down "v" over a note, are a type of accent that is potentially problematic in...

Working with a variety of horn students inevitably the embouchure comes up as a topic. An important aspect is placement on the upper lip....

If a Baroque concerto is heard, it is most often the Telemann or maybe the Forster. These are fine works but there are alternates...

This weekend I got busy working on the five newly composed etudes by Douglas Akey that comprise the AMEA Arizona Band and Orchestra Directors...