Here're a few places I like to "Hang out" which you may find entertaining and informative as a brass player, creator, performer, historic instrument enthusiast.
www.yeodoug.com for the best of the world of the Serpent, as well as the best of Trombone and audition pedagogy!
www.berliozhistoricalbrass.org will bring you to the world of 19th century brass, and to the co-developers of the Rogers Serpent Mouthpiece.
www.ophicleide.com for Nick Byrne's ophicleide pages, with links to help you find your own ophicleide. Make sure you check out his MP3 samples and his CD!
www.clevelandpops.com takes you to my daygig as a fundraiser (and sometimes performer) with the Cleveland POPS Orchestra!
www.firelandssymphony.com will introduce you to the Firelands Symphony Orchestra.
www.usd.edu/nmm is the home of the National Music Museum in Vermillion, South Dakota. It's a wonderful and extensive collection in a wonderful town. Plan a visit!
www.serpentwebsite.com is a great resource for all things serpent, as well as the path to the Serpent Forum.
www.chisham.com is the home of the "TubeNet", the international forum for Tubists and Euphoniumists.
www.fark.com is my home-away-from-home which keeps me informed about our crazy world... great photoshops contests too!
www.brassark.com is like a living museum... check in from time to time!
www.imslp.org is THE place for public domain music on the web. Great source for excerpts or score study.
www.robbstewart.com This man is an artist. The finest brass instrument maker alive.
www.svh.org.uk I've always been a fan of the Vienna Horn!
King Small Eb Recording Bass with the Heritage Brass Quintet