Welcome to the Euphonium
Collective pages of Charley Brighton.
Willson Euphonium Artist, Brass Teacher & Instrument Service Technician
"If you love some instrument, if you like the sound of it, it's like no other sound. It's really yours. It comes from deep within, and it's something you can always connect with inside.
How good can that be? Your music, your sound-it's your friend for life. You can express how you feel, send your self into the larger world.
You will always have that voice. That's a pretty powerful thing."
"Charley Brighton’s wonderful collection of euphoniums both old and new provided an equally fascinating counterpoint presentation.
The amazing array of weird and wonderful designs from Victorian five valve leviathans to micro sized marching instruments showed that in reality there is nothing new under the sun.
The somewhat Heath Robinson approach of early inventors and instrument manufacturers to try and sort out tuning
and intonation problems bordered between the occasionally brilliant and the more predictable bonkers".
Site launched 2001
Saturday, September 7th.
Buckinghamshire Symphonic Winds
venue tbc, 7pm
Saturday, November 9th.
Euphonium Recital no.76 with guest Keith Muggeridge and Malcolm Stowell, piano & organ
St. Mary's Slough, SL1 1PJ, 12 noon
Saturday, December 14th.
Len Rawle Christmas Show
Woking Leisure Centre, 3pm
The Euphonium Music of
listings & reviews
The History of
The Hanwell Band
Elstree Concert Band
6 valve euphoniums!
Listen to our collection of
The best links
Ivory & Brass
A Classical Trio.
A Personal History
Life with the Euphonium
Free Concerts at
Low Brass Quartet
On November 3rd. 2004, I signed a contract with Willi Kurath, Director of Willson Band Instruments in Flums, Switzerland,
to promote their Euphoniums here is the 2900 model I use in my performances!
Euphoniums Wanted !
I am interested in purchasing old euphoniums,
particularly Highams, Gisborne and other lesser known brands.
Preferably in playing condition, but not essential.
Email us here