Category Archives: Micah Everett

Back to Blogging, with a Report on Trombonanza 2016

My first post after a long summer hiatus comes a few days later than I had planned, and that might not be a rare occurrence in the coming months. While I hope to maintain my usual weekly writing schedule and … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Bass Trombone, Doubling, Euphonium, Higher Education, Micah Everett, Music, Pedagogy, Performances, Playing Fundamentals, Practicing, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, TROMBONANZA, Trombone, Trombone Ensembles, Tuba, Tuba-Euphonium Ensembles, University of Mississippi

Summer Activities Preview

It has been my habit to take a break from blogging during the summer and this year will be no different; after this post and another sometime next week I’m going to sign off until mid-August. Having been awarded tenure … Continue reading

Posted in Bass Trombone, Doubling, Education, Euphonium, Higher Education, International Tuba-Euphonium Conference, Micah Everett, Music, Music and Worship, Performances, Performing, Practicing, Teaching Low Brass, The Low Brass Player's Guide to Doubling, TROMBONANZA, Trombone, Tuba, University of Mississippi

This Week’s Faculty Recital Series Performance at Ole Miss

As always seems to happen in November and April (the two busiest months in many university music departments), my ability to keep up a regular schedule of posting to the blog has been compromised because of other responsibilities. After today’s … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Bass Trombone, David Herring, Euphonium, Frank Gulino, Micah Everett, Nathan Daughtrey, Performance Videos, Performances, Roland Szentpali, Steven Verhelst, Tenor Trombone

Retractions

One unhappy yet universal trait of our race is that human beings are fallible. The Christian accepts this as axiomatic to his worldview; only God is perfect and man even in his pre-Fall state was not. After the introduction of … Continue reading

Posted in Christian Worldview, Daily Routine, Micah Everett, Music, Playing Fundamentals, Practical Christianity, Practicing, Reading and Study, Teaching Low Brass

Three Overall Organizing Principles for Doublers

Regular readers of this blog are by now probably tired of posts about doubling, the last several of which have served in part to promote my recent book The Low Brass Player’s Guide to Doubling. I apologize for that and plan … Continue reading

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“2015 Reboot:” A New Book and a Return to Blogging

Happy New Year! It is a privilege to return to The Reforming Trombonist on this first weekend of the new year and, God willing, to resume the weekly writing schedule that I have not consistently kept since last April. While … Continue reading

Posted in Aldous Huxley, Bass Trombone, Books, David Vining, Education, Euphonium, Low Brass Resources, Method Books, Micah Everett, Music, Music Education, Performing, Playing Fundamentals, Practicing, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, The Low Brass Player's Guide to Doubling, Trombone, Tuba