Re: World's Largest Tuba?

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Posted by Joe Sellmansberger on May 26, 2000 at 09:34:00:

In Reply to: World's Largest Tuba? posted by Steve Marcus on May 26, 2000 at 07:48:03:

Hi Steve,

I seem to recall that Carl Fischer's IS a twin of the Harvard BBBb, and that the assistance of a locomotive factory had to be solicited to build these.

As to museums, I've heard plenty of stories about irresponsible museum ownership of historically significant artifacts, so perhaps private ownership (still legal - even after these last eight years) might be best for some things.

As to playability and accessability to tubists, I've always felt that the LACK of both of those characteristics in these instruments has been the big attention-getter in the first place. ;^)

B.T.W. What is your client offering to pay?

...Warning: Some of the above is meant to be toungue-in-cheek. :-)



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