Meet a Musician

Learn more about the music industry by watching videos of the following musicians at work. 

Please note many of the web videos include transcripts.

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Brass Section: French Horn | Artopia
Brass Section: French Horn | Artopia

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Meet Ken Turner, a French horn player in the South Carolina Philharmonic Brass Section. The French horn or horn, produces a wide assortment of notes in the middle ranges of the brass instrument.
Brass Section: Trombone | Artopia
Brass Section: Trombone | Artopia

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Meet Mary Lou Schweickert, a trombone player in the South Carolina Philharmonic Brass Section. The trombone has a clear, bright sound that is lower than the trumpet.
Brass Section: Trumpet | Artopia
Brass Section: Trumpet | Artopia

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Meet Randolph Love, a trumpet player in the South Carolina Philharmonic Brass Section. The trumpet has a clear, high sound. It is the smallest of the orchestral brass instruments.
Brass Section: Tuba | Artopia
Brass Section: Tuba | Artopia

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Meet Ron Davis, a tuba player in the South Carolina Philharmonic Brass Section. The tuba is the largest and lowest-sounding brass instrument.
Formal Training  | Artopia
Formal Training | Artopia

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Bob Masteller shares some of his formal training that started at nine years old in public school and continued with private lessons throughout high school.
Harlem Renaissance | Artopia
Harlem Renaissance | Artopia

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Bob Masteller shares how The Harlem Renaissance was the most exciting period in the history of jazz. The Harlem Renaissance took place in Harlem, New York between the end of World War I and the middle...