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Brass Links of Interest

Go to Horn-U-Copia for one of the best brass resources on the net.

Go to Vintage Cornets for Nick DeCarlis's great cornet site & pocket cornets.

Go to Robb Stewart's site for amazing restorations and a vintage brass gallery.

Visit Eric Totman's Horn Collector site to see his collection.

Visit the Missenharter website to learn about this NYC maker .

Visit the Historic Brass Society and become a member.

Visit the American Musical Instrument Society and become a member.

Visit the Galpin Society for the study of musical instruments.

Go to Conical Bore for William Faust's brass collection.

Go see the King's Brass for their amazing free concert near you.

Find more information on Vintage Mutes for brass instruments.

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see their brass collection.

Visit the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston to see their brass collection.

Visit the National Music Museum to see their brass collection.

Go to the Buescher Loyalist website for more on this maker.

Go to the Trumpet History website for more brass history.

Go to Contempora Corner for the history of Reynolds & Ohio Band Inst. Co.

Check out Metzler Brass Repair for all your restoration needs including valves.

Go to the Conn Loyalist website for more on this maker.

For F. E. Olds & Son information go to:

It's A Bear for information on early Olds trombones.

Olds Central for details on all Olds instruments.

Links for those in the Hudson Valley area of New York

Join the Pine Bush Community Band and dust off your brass horn.

Join the SUNY Orange Symphonic Band and have some fun.

Looking for a great church? Try Grace Community Church today.

Check out these Great Road Bike Routes in Delaware & Sullivan Counties.

Find out about the Wurtsboro Cornet Band.

See the history of the Adirondack Railway from Saratoga to North Creek.

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