I just got done re-watching both seasons, about to go through Liz and the Blue Bird, plus the third movie. But there are very few series out there that have made me cry. The music was beautifully created, it made me feel like I was hearing the emotions of the people behind the instruments.
The animation itself was amazing, the instruments had a certain shine to them, but without feeling like they were just trying to make everything shiny. Even the writing was good, the character drama felt realistic, it didn't feel like it was drama for the sake of drama, as much these things were bound to happen.
Overall it's a beautiful series, from start to finish. We see this Club grow very quickly from a group who just used it as an excuse to hang out and mess around, to a serious club who aimed for the National Competition.
It's a 5/5 Series and I know my writing does not do it enough justice, but it's seriously an excellent music drama series.
I feel pretty alone on this one, but sure nevertheless. It can sound like anywhere from a metallic, loose staccato, to a warm, round legato. It can produce some very strong riffs, and it's beautifully harmonic. Depending on the euphonium, it can also have a veeery large range and, as I recently discovered, it can also produce growl and fried sounds. I seriously cannot think of an instrument that sounds better even in casual studies, and I'll fight to the death over this
Hey y’all. I play a school euphonium and this is my second year with it. I’ve had it home for a while, but I didn’t play during winter break. I come back, and it looks terrible. Its turned sort of brownish orange, but just the bell part and some of the valves. I have no idea what happened. I left it in my case, and didn’t touch it for a while. I’m terrified that I’ll have to pay for the euphonium because I currently can’t afford to pay for it? Any ideas on how to fix it?
Recordings due November 28!
So technically it's due in 8 days, and I'd love for as many people to submit as possible.
I am short solo submissions, so if you want to play the piccolo solo on another instrument, this is your time to shine! Remember that I am prioritizing people that also submitted a regular part unless you don't play an instrument in the score!
Also missing a harp submission from a full range harp!
These instruments only have one person playing each part and I'd love more to beef up the section:
I would also like more piccolo submissions so that we can have several people featured in the solo section!
Feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns! If the piece is too difficult I will gladly make a simplified part! If you are interested but you're instrument isn't on the list, I may make a part for you!
Here is a list of the submissions I've received so far with notes for each instrument group. Find your instrument below if you want info about your section. I'm still taking recordings from everyone though and I will value your contribution whether you're the first person that records a part or the 643rd!!!!
I thought, and maybe I'm wrong, that Kyoto Animation planned to continue the story to Hibike Euphonium, though I don't mind a Liz and the blue bird sequel too. Since the arson attack, maybe they slowed down which is understable.
Just curious and I miss deeply their shows.
Hi all, joined Reddit today so looking forward to see what’s going on here!
I'm looking for a Euphonium with four valves I don't care if it's non compensating or compenaating. The moat expensive I'll go is 1,200 dollars but I might be able to strech it a little. I'm looking at the Eastar Euphonium is it good?
Is ranobe translated to english? If yes, where i can find it? I am not sure will we get 3 season soon(about 5 years) so i want to read ranobe
Hi I'm a 7th grader in Marching band. Do you guys have any advice on holding that thing up or should I just get a Flugabone? Thanks.
So I see that in 2017 yen press put out volume 1, but nothing since? Are they not putting out anymore?
Some of you may have seen my earlier post about finding motivation to start practicing again. I’ve been thinking about getting a travel mute to dampen the sound as I believe that is one of the reasons I haven’t wanted to practice (I’m very shy when it comes to music).
Is there any quality travel mutes that are relatively light on the wallet? I know they’re gonna be pricey but I’m not looking for anything like the Yamaha Silent Brass just something simple.
So I played Euphonium through middle school and Highschool. Went to some very good schools and had I pursued the options I probably would've landed a scholarship in college for euphonium. It has been four years since I last played Euph and I recently bought a beginner trumpet. I've been buzzing and practicing scales but was wondering what other resources would be best for self-teaching. One big struggle for me is reading treble clef so I'm working on that. Also getting used to adjusting valve slides while playing is tough (speaking of which my third valve slide slips often, any fixes?).
What are some good books and resources to help me learn? My ultimate objective is to be able to jazz improv convincingly as a party trick 😅.
I am a drummer planning to play euphonium and I was wondering if anybody had tips and other stuff I need to know.