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More excellent reviews for Sing, Buzz, Blow, Play.

Some more amazing reviews of Sing, Buzz, Blow, Play are in! Thank you so much to everyone who has bought the book!

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Sing, Buzz, Blow, Play is a must own for every tubist! The basic approach every player has to build from at first as it touches on many of the key elements needed to become a successful tubist and brass player. This book has my recommendation, and I look forward to seeing the other versions/keys as it should become a part of every aspiring player’s library. Well done, Mark!

- Aaron Tindall

Principal Tuba - Sarasota Orchestra

Associate Professor of Tuba and Euphonium - Frost School of Music at the University of Miami

International Yamaha Performing Artist

Denis Wick Mouthpiece Designer and Artist

In “Sing, Buzz, Blow, Play” Mark takes the player through the gamut of fundamentals in a clear, efficient, and measured approach. The brilliance of Mark’s book is the simple progression through each stage, allowing the player to reach heights they may not have been able to achieve otherwise. Mark has created a step-by-step guide to excellence in tuba playing that I would readily recommend to novices and pros alike.

John Whitener

Principal Tuba Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Tuba Tutor High School of Glasgow

Based on tried and tested principles, it covers all the important areas of tuba playing in an approachable way, with interesting studies and excercises that are challenging without being over-complicated. I love the idea of “klangvorstellung” - it’s so important to have a clear idea of what sound you want to make. Open the book at any page and you’ll find an enjoyable workout which can only improve your playing. I’ll be keeping a copy in my tuba case!

Robin Haggart

Principal Tuba Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

Tutor Royal Northern College of Music and Drama

In the eternal quest for perfection, I strongly believe it is very important to switch our daily routines. Sometimes it is great to go around the fundamental of our instrument while some other times is better to change that drastically. Mark Reynolds’ book will tremendously help at both directions.

Jose Martínez

National Orchestra of Spain

BrassONEquintet

Duo2Arts

Tutor Higher School of Music of the Basque Country

Mediterranean Music College

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