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Our horn soloist Richard Sebring’s repertoire may not be familiar to audiences, but they are well-known and well-loved pieces for many horn players in our midst. So I asked the other horn players in the orchestra if they knew, and

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The recital piece Villanelle for horn and piano is a beautiful piece that mixes old with new. Many of itsmelodies can be played on natural horn (horn without valves, aka a hunting horn), giving the piece an  “antique” sound. Written in 1905

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At Pops we usually have a soloist from the orchestra, but it is seldom a brass player. This year, our principal horn Jeff Stewart performs the beautiful, but relatively obscure Nocturno for Horn and Strings by Franz Strauss. The gently virtuosic

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It’s a great pleasure to be working again with French Horn soloist Richard Sebring, Concord native and Associate Principal Horn of the Boston Symphony. Richard requested that we perform Oliver Knussen’s HORN CONCERTO with him.

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BSO hornist Gus Sebring played the 2nd Horn Concerto by Richard Strauss with us in March 2014. Strauss #2 is performed less often than than the Strauss #1 — it’s beautiful but quite difficult. Gus was brilliant and it was

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