|Suggestions for hand positions, variations||00h:00m:32s|
|An example of different positions from Brahms' 3rd Symphony, 3rd Movement||00h:01m:03s|
|Stopping, or completely covering the bell of the horn changes the tone color and character (more nasal, bright, and abrasive); used more in the music of Mahler and French music||00h:02m:53s|
|Demonstration from Mahler's 1st Symphony, 1st movement||00h:03m:23s|
New World Symphony french horn fellow Colin Sutliff demonstrates hand position and stopping
Colin Sutliff was most recently a Horn Fellow with the New World Symphony. Mr. Sutliff is originally for Syracuse, New York. He received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Maidson, where he studied with Douglas Hill.