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Win the very first Euphonium of the York brasswind brand by Schreiber & Keilwerth

Schreiber & Keilwerth, the company behind the acknowledged Keilwerth saxophones and Schreiber woodwinds, runs one of the most advanced factories in Europe which used to produce high-quality components for British brasswind instruments. To be launched in January 2007, a new brand of brass instruments is manufactured at this factory in Markneukirchen, Vogtland: York, comprising two lines of professional piston valve brass instruments ranging from cornet to tuba. The instruments will be available in lacquer or silver plate and are made in the tradition of the sound of the finest British brass bands.
All components for the York brass instrument line will be made with the existing, historically correct tooling. Thus, musicians will soon be offered brass instruments with the typical British brass band sound again.
The new York brass instruments will be available through authorised dealers from February 2007 onwards.
The very first instrument of the York line, the Euphonium carrying serial number 001 and a special engraving, is going to be given away in a European prize draw. Flyers to enter the competition are available at European dealers of Schreiber & Keilwerth. Deadline is December 15th, 2006.
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