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These are the different voices you hear welcoming you each time you load the main page of hornplanet.com. Others will be added periodically.
Brice Andrus -- Principal Horn, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Thomas Bacon #1 #2 #3 -- host of hornplanet.com and the Thomas Bacon HornPage
William Barnewitz -- Principal Horn, Milwaukee Symphony and Santa Fe Opera
Keith Berg -- Horn maker in British Columbia, Canada
William R. Brophy -- Professor of Horn (retired), Ohio University; author of "Technical Studies for the Horn"
William Caballero #1 #2 -- Principal horn, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Ellen Campbell #1 #2 -- Professor of horn, University of Oregon
Douglas Campbell #1 #2 -- Professor Emeritus of horn, Michigan State University, former summer faculty (for 25 years): Interlochen Center for the Arts;
Randall Faust #1 #2 -- composer and Professor of Horn at Western Illinois University; summer faculty: Interlochen Center for the Arts
Otohiko Fujita #1 #2(in Japanese) -- Tokyo studio hornist; Horn Instructor at College of Music - Japan University
Wolfgang Gaag -- Professor at Musikhochschule München; member German Brass; former solo horn Munich Philharmonic
Randy Gardner -- Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; formerly Philadelphia Orchestra
Bruce Gifford #1 #2 -- Principal Horn, Utah Symphony Orchestra
Nancy Goodearl #1 #2 -- Third Horn, Houston Symphony Orchestra
James Graber #1 #2 #3 -- member of The Golden Horn
Lowell Greer #1 #2 #3(en español) -- Americas premiere natural horn soloist; former principal: Antwerp, Cincinnati, Detroit, Mexico City Phil.
Martin Hackleman -- Prin. Horn, National Symphony; formerly Empire & Canadian Brass
Bruce Hembd #1 #2 -- a.k.a. "Horndog," web site designer; hornist Arizona Opera Orch
Bruce Henniss #1 #2 #3 -- Fourth Horn, Houston Symphony Orchestra
Sören Hermansson #1 #2(in Swedish)-- Professor of Horn, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; international soloist.
Douglas Hill #1 #2 -- Professor of Horn, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison; composer; author of Extended Techniques for the Horn
Edmund House -- Principal Horn, Okanagan Symphony
Stephen Kostyniak #1 #2 -- Associate Principal Horn, Utah Symphony Orchestra
David Krehbiel -- Principal San Francisco Symphony (retired), founding member Summit Brass
Eldon Matlick -- Principal horn Oklahoma City Philharmonic; Professor of horn, University of Oklahoma
Marvin McCoy #1 #2 -- Minneapolis hornist; Alphornist; founder of "McCoy's Horn Library"
Ethel Merker #1 #2 #3 -- a.k.a. as Auntie EM, designer of the "Merkermatic" horn; former Chicago Symphony and NBC Orchestra, Indiana University
Kozo Moriyama #1 #2(in Japanese) -- Professor at Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music; translator of The Art of French Horn Playing into Japanese
David Ohanian -- former member: Boston Symphony, Empire Brass, Canadian Brass; member Transatlantic Horn Quartet
Gerald Onciul -- Professor of Horn, University of Alberta; Asst. Principal Horn, Edmonton Symphony
Erich Penzel -- Professor at Musikhochschule Köln; former solo horn Gewandhausorchestra
Dan Phillips -- Professor of horn, University of Memphis
Bob Rasmussen -- former hornist with Atlantic Brass Quintet; Seattle free-lance player
Mark Schultz #1 #2 #3 -- composer of Dragons in the Sky, Ashfall, T.Rex, Voices from Spoon River, and many other pieces for horn
Julie Schleif #1 #2 -- Horn instructor, Interlochen Arts Academy
Norman Schweikert -- Second horn, Chicago Symphony, retired; curator/owner of Archive of U.S. Symphony and Opera Orchestra Players
Lowell "Spike" Shaw -- Hornist, composer ("Fripperies"), arranger; owner of "The Hornists' Nest"
Brent Shires #1 #2 -- Third horn, Arkansas Symphony; Instructor of horn, University of Central Arkansas
Skip Snead -- Horn Professor, University of Alabama; member Transatlantic Horn Quartet
Michael Thompson -- British soloist, recording artist; member Transatlantic Horn Quartet
Transatlantic Horn Quartet -- David Ohanian, Skip Snead, Michael Thompson, Richard Watkins
Richard Watkins -- British soloist, recording artist; member Transatlantic Horn Quartet
Gail Williams -- Professor at Northwestern University; former Associate Principal Horn, Chicago Symphony; founding member, Summit Brass
Larry Zalkind #1 #2 -- Principal Trombone, Utah Symphony Orchestra (yeah I know he's a trombone player, and this is Hornplanet, but he's a friend.... and he really wanted to be here.....)
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