Twin Cities Horn Club: http://www.tchornclub.org/
- Find out about upcoming horn performances, join a neighborhood horn ensemble, and find out what’s going on with this amazing and thriving horn community!
- Printable excerpts with recordings
- Horn Call articles
- Marketplace for horns and horn accessories
- Tons of fun videos with world class musicians–mostly hornists, hosted by Sarah Willis, the first female brass player in Berlin Philharmonic orchestra
- American low horn queen performs and gives tips for performing major orchestral excerpts
- Explore her “teaching” section too for creative ideas about kopprasch
- Articles, Blogs, PDF’s, OH My!
- Interested in the operatic side of horn? Check this out for excerpts and resources
- Articles, blogs, videos, tips on maintenance and more
- Website of Pip Eastop, a cooky British hornist who is an AMAZING player!
Frøydis Ree Wekre
Lowell Greer—natural horn/period instrument genius
More contemporary soloists
Arkady Shilkloper–alpenhorn jazz playing
- I Found My Horn: One Man’s Struggle with the Orchestra’s Most Difficult Instrument by Jasper Rees. Also titled, A Devil to Play. This is a hilarious self-narrative about a middle-aged British man deciding to conquer the horn again by challenging himself to perform a solo at the British Horn Society. Well-researched and terribly funny.
- Guide to the Solo Horn Repertoire by Linda Dempf and Richard Seraphinoff
- The Early Horn: A Practical Guide by John Humphries
- The Horn and Horn-Playing, and the Austro-Bohemian Tradition from 1680-1830 by Horace Fitzpatrick
- The Savvy Musician by David Cutler
- Music Practice Coach by Lance LaDuke