Thursday, December 21, 2006

In case you were wondering how the rehearsal went...

The rehearsal last night was ok.
Other than a few high notes in one of the pieces, the music is reeeealllly easy.
We had 15 people show up:
Two tubas,
Two trombones,
Two euphoniums,
Two french horns,
Six trumpets,
and one percussion guy (doing stuff like chimes and bells).

Our next rehearsal is tomorrow, and our performance is Christmas Eve.


R2K said...

: )

Aisby said...

um, what's a euphonium? this is something I should know already, isn't it??

Matt-Man said...

Have a good one Janna...Merry Christmas.

Morgen said...

isn't a euphonium what happens a few hours after Janna's had Taco Bell????

Steven Novak said...

Congrats. Hope everything goes well.


Cincy Diva said...

I used to have an aunt Euphonia. I don't remeber her being all that musical.

Cincy Diva said...

I love wikipedia

The euphonium is a conical-bore, tenor-voiced brass instrument. It derives its name from the Greek word euphonos, meaning "beautiful-sounding" or "sweet-voiced" ("eu" means "well" (understood as "good") and "phonium" means "voice"). The euphonium is a valved instrument, and nearly all models are piston valved, though rotary valved models do exist.

A person who plays euphonium is sometimes called a euphoniumist or a euphonist, while British players often colloquially refer to themselves as euphists. Similarly, the instrument itself is sometimes referred to as "euph

Janna said...

Wow, guys, thanks for all the comments! This is great!
Sorry I wasn't online sooner to answer you. Thanks, Cincy, for explaining to everyone what a euphonium is. Isn't Wikipedia wonderful?
Morgen: Funny you should say that, 'cuz I had Taco Bell last night, and let's just say there were some not-so-euphonious sounds happening a few hours afterward. :)
Thanks again, everyone. Love ya! Keep reading and blogging!