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    HARPOOL LONGHORN BAND

    Instrument Preferences

    2020-2021

    Flute                                                                                                                                     

    Yamaha YFL 281S Open Hole  CZ Headjoint

    Cleaning rod and swab

     

    Clarinet

    Buffet E11

    D'Addario X5 (hard rubber) mouthpiece, silk swab, 1 box of D'Addario Reserve Classic #2 1/2 Reeds, cork grease

     

    Saxophone

    Yamaha YAS 23

    Selmer C* mouthpiece, Rovner or BG Ligature, D'Addario Reserve #2 1/2 Reeds, padded neck strap, swab

     

    Trumpet

    Yamaha

    Bach 7C Cornet mouthpiece, Al Cass valve oil, slid-eze slide grease, cleaning snake, mouthpiece brush, BERP,

     

    Trombone

    Yamaha YSL 354

    Bach TB300

    King 606

    Bach 5GS mouthpiece, cleaning snake, slide cream, mouthpiece brush, BERP, 

     

    School Owned Instruments

    Rented from Harpool/DISD for the school year

     

    Oboe and Bassoon – 3 Handcrafted Reeds purchased from Harpool, silk swab, cork grease, reed soaker cup, reed case, bocal swab (Bassoon) (private instruction highly recommended)

     

    French Horn – Schilke 29 mouthpiece, rotary oil, mouthpiece brush, cleaning snake, slid-eze slide grease, BERP,

     

    Euphonium Schilke 51D mouthpiece, valve oil, cleaning snake, mouthpiece brush, slid-eze slide grease, BERP

     

    Tuba – Helleberg mouthpiece, valve oil, mouthpiece brush, slide grease, BERP,

     

    Music and Arts Center -The Shoppes at Vista Ridge
    360 E FM 3040 Suite 820
    Lewisville, TX 75067
    (972) 315-8400  

     
     

     Percussion

    Percussion supplies can be found by going to www.lonestarpercussion.com/Schools/Harpool-MS/ and click on the grade level pack for your child.   
    Sixth grade students will start with pack 6.1

     

    At checkout you can use the promo code  DENTONISD2020  to get free shipping!



    The instruments we recommend are of the highest quality. If you find an instrument brand or model that is not on this list, please contact a director before purchasing the instrument. Many discount stores have begun to sell musical instruments. These instruments, although inexpensive, may be of questionable quality. They may not hold up well and it may be difficult to obtain repairs when needed. In the case of musical instruments, you really do get what you pay for. Please get the best possible instrument for your child and rely on your band director’s expertise. A quality instrument will help make band a more positive experience with the greatest possibility of student success.

     

Last Modified on September 2, 2020