I like your website!
HELLO, wE ENJOYED YOUR PLAYING SO MUCH ON sATURDAY AT THE vINEYARD. dO YOU HAVE AN ALBUM OR i-tUNES DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE? i'D LIKE TO GIVE IT TO MY HUSBAND FOR CHRISTMAS IF SO. bEST REGARDS,
Hey Brian, nice website! I am currently working on a dynamod situation myself! Hope all is well...Mark
02.15.10Jennifer Cahill Clark
I love your website! And this photo of you in the field is wonderful! We are very excited about seeing you and Betsy in March, I am sending you an email about it.
I've just discovered that you have been performing the life of the bee. thanks for championing what i think is a lovely cycle (a truly wonderful gift in my life). I'm always happy to hear that the songs are being played and sung.
Great Site. I loved listening to the Rachmaninov. Beautiful! Say Hi to Betsi--Uncle Bill and Aunt marti
I hope you are doing well. I was pleasantly surprised when your student, Mathew Eardley, called us about cellos and told me that you were teaching at Boise State. Congrats! I've talked to a lot of musicians in Idaho, and all of them love the surroundings. Please let me know if i can ever be of service to you and your students in the future...I certainly welcome your feedback on the cello that Mathew is trying, whether good or bad, since your comments are so valuable in making sure we're offering our customers the best cellos we can find with the best setups we can do.
All the best this Holiday season!
Shar Violin Shop
Our daughter, Rozanna is getting married at FBC, Greensboro on Wednesday, December 31 at 6:30 p.m. She graduated from ECU in sacred music. Her organ professor and Choral director will be leading the music at the ceremony. She would like for the prelude to be a collaborative effort between the organist, Dr. Fishell and a cellist. Would you by chance be spending the holidays in Greensboro and if so would you be interested in playing?
I look forward to hearing from you and miss having you play here. Hope things are going well at Mercer. You're around a lot of Baptists!
Welcome to the dynamod gang. I enjoyed the site. Im glad to have shown you this host, it works very well. I'd be glad to put your link on my Site if you'll do the same. I hope your doing well. take care.
Brian, Your dad gave me your web addy. It's so great to hear about your achievements. We rejoice with you! Please let us know how you're faring.
Candace and Caitlin Christiansen
You played a Beautiful concert tonight with a lovely, Energetic, crystal sound. Bravos to you and Dr. Hodges!
You look like a cellist I met at a castle in Heidelberg one summer. Could it be?
Hello! I am so excited for you to be my new teacher! I was wondering if there is anything that you would like me to work on this summer so I can be prepared to take from you during the Fall?
Love the site. Nice pics. Excellent sound. Beautifully performed music!
Hope you are all doing well. Drop us a line sometime
Just to remind you I'm the flute professor at BSU and I have a question for you about next semester. I am giving a faculty recital on October 10th at 7:30 here on campus and would like to ask you if you and your wife would be interested in performing the Martinu Trio for flute, cello and piano with me? Let me know and I can send you copies of the music asap. Then just give me a heads-up of when you will be officially in Boise and we will set up a reading/rehearsal session.
my contact information is:
I look forward to hearing back from you and congratulations on getting the job!
Dear Brian Hodges,
We are pleased to announce the publication of the first comprehensive
catalogue of cello music:
A Cellist’s Companion: A Comprehensive Catalogue of Cello Literature
by Henk Lambooij and Michael Feves
Available in two versions (700 pages):
Hardcover, sewn backing €149. Euros
Published by the authors - http://www.cellocompanion.com
Payment via PayPal or bank transfer
Paperback, glued backing €95. Euros (US Dollar price ca $118.)
Published by Lulu.com - http://books.lulu.com/content/1237032
Payment by credit card
Information, sample pages, order forms and short biographies
of the authors can be found on http://www.cellocompanion.com
Review: Jeffrey Solow, in The Strad, April 2008:
‘This remarkable book is the result of a monumental research project…’
‘...exhausting and meticulous.’
A catalogue of this scope has never been published, and is the
result of over 35 years of research. Approximately 45,000 titles
written by over 15,000 composers are listed alphabetically by
composer and ordered by opus number, and alphabetically by title.
The ACC includes works for cello solo (also with electronics or tape),
cello and piano, cello and orchestra, cello duos and cello ensemble music,
duos with other instruments, solo cello with chamber ensemble, two or
more soloists and orchestra, cello and voice, methods and studies.
This unique project to document all music in which the cello has a solo
function – published or unpublished – is a reference work that will quickly
become every cellist’s companion.
Unlike other catalogues which list only published music available
at the time of publication, ACC gives a complete overview, listing
information from every possible source, including the published
edition, encyclopedias, thematic work lists, and library catalogues,
as well as publishers’ catalogues, music information services,
composer’s websites, flyers, announcements, the inside or back covers
of editions, auction notices, concert programs, and reviews in
newspapers and magazines. Although many titles have been
translated into English, whenever possible titles have been left in
their original language. Multiple spellings of composer’s names
are cross-referenced to the main spelling. Arrangements and
collections are cross-referenced to the original composer’s work.
The appendices include a very useful index of works by instrumentation,
an extensive list of publishers, library sigla, a bibliography, and a
short list of library sites where out-of-print editions can be located.
More than three hundred years after the violoncello became
established as a solo instrument, this comprehensive catalogue of
the literature for violoncello has been long awaited.
Sincerely, the authors
I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD HELP ME. MY DAUGHTER HAS BEEN ACCEPTED TO STUDY AT THE MANNES SCHOOL OF MUSIC IN THE FALL AS A STUDENT OF MARCY ROSEN. SHE WAS HOPING TO GET INTO TIMOTHY EDDY'S STUDIO BUT WAS WAITLISTED FOR THAT. SHE DOESN'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT MARCY ROSEN AS A TEACHER. SINCE YOU MENTION THAT SHE WAS ONE OF YOUR TEACHERS, I WAS WONDERING IF YOU WOULD MIND SHARING YOUR EXPERIENCE OF BEING A STUDENT OF HERS.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR INSIGHT.
The Stomp sounds great! I really like your site here- what kind of crazy awesome programer you must be to do all this cool graphic movement stuff. you must teach me! Awesome site, Brian! I linked to your site from my site.
Brian -- Very impressive site. We miss you guys up here.
Howdy! Nice website, broheim! You are missed back in the g-boro.
I hope I have more chance to listen your music this year at music hall.
aren't you fancy! :)
Hey Brian. This is a slick little site. Glad to see you doing so well.
Nice Site! I like the picture in the field... too bad the field grasses won't pay you to play :)
Thanks also for the link back to SCOR!
Great Site brian!! as always i'm impressed and not at all surprised!
gREAT sITE- wE CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THE AUDIO IS HOOKED UP! yOU'RE IN OUR PRAYERS FOR YOUR UPCOMING RECEITAL. wISH WE COULD BE THERE. lOVE, mOM AND dAD e.
The site looks GREAT! Did you do this in your "spare" time? I can't wait to see what you'll put up next!
Very cool site! I'd love to hear you play some time.
cool website brian! hope youre doing well...i miss page turning for you and betsy hehe :)