|Relationship of dotted 16th-32nd to downbeats||00h:01m:13s|
|Misplaced hairpin cresc./dim.||00h:02m:06s|
|Quintuple in last measure should be even, smooth||00h:02m:30s|
|Last note requires color that can be handed off to the bassoon||00h:02m:53s|
|This solo is challenging for breathing||00h:04m:35s|
|Rhythm should not be "tripletty"||00h:04m:53s|
|Pay attention to the way the celli play the melody at the beginning of the movement||00h:05m:44s|
William VerMeulen, Principal Horn of the Houston Symphony and Faculty at Rice University Shepherd School of Music, works on the third movement solo from Brahms' Third Symphony. Matthew Eckenhoff performing.
SYMPHONY NO. 3 IN F MAJOR, OP. 90
Recorded Date: 27-02-2013
William VerMeulen has been Principal Horn of the Houston Symphony since 1990. In addition, he has performed as guest Principal Horn of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Cincinnati Symphony, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. He previously played with the orchestras of Chicago, Columbus, Honolulu, and Kansas City. Mr. VerMeulen maintains a busy schedule as a soloist and chamber musician with recent engagements in New York, Spain, Israel, Poland, Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Ohio, Idaho, Orcas Island, Virginia, Washington, and Texas. Mr. VerMeulen has participated as a performer and on faculty with numerous music festivals and chamber music presenters including: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Aspen, Music@Menlo , DaCamera and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Mr. VerMeulen is Professor of Horn at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Mr. VerMeulen received his training from Dale Clevenger at Northwestern University and at the Interlochen Arts Academy and performs on horns, handcrafted and custom made by Keith Berg of Canada and Engelbert Schmid of Germany. He is Founder and President of VerMeulen Music, L.L.C., which offers music and products for horn players worldwide.