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Brian Priebe, Trombone/Alphorn/Lur: Write Brian

Bob Peruzzi

June 5, 2014

Wow. You make a whole lot of music with the Alphorn. I was expecting something like digeridoo, but no. It sounds beautiful!

Lee Broadhead

April 11, 2013

Good to see an old Brighton High player is making such great Music. If you have Mike's email I would like to send him a note. I'm still playing my trumpet, mostly musicals and other limited events. My kids play as well. Have you heard from Bob Nitch? Hope your well. Lee

Debra Smyers

October 7, 2011


I am working with Bill on your booking for October 22, 2011 in Haymarket and would love to have an mp3 sound clip that we can send to a local radio station - something very thematic with Oktoberfest with you and or you and the Edelweiss band performing. There is much excitement about the upcoming event on October 22, particularly about you playing the alphorn!

Many thanks and best regards,
Arts Consulting International

Jerry Almonte

April 22, 2011

I'm trying to reach the Brian Priebe that played trombone for Jonathan Stout in the Battle of The Bands at Glen Echo Park. I found your site after getting your name from him. If you are not the same person, then feel free to disregard the rest of this message.

I wanted to thank you playing for us and being a part of one of the most exciting nights of music and dancing that I've attended. I write a blog. I talk about a number of things, but primarily about happenings in the Lindy Hop community. DCLX and the battle is a pretty significant event that will be remembered for a long time. I'm working on a write up (possibly more) that I'd like to post in the next few days, and I'd like to get impressions from as many musicians from that night as possible. I'm just looking for a short reaction to how you felt being a part of that night and how much it differed from other gigs, if at all.

Once again, thank you for being a part of a great night for all of us.

Jerry Almonte

Vanessa Wells

October 7, 2010

Brian - glad to find you on the Internet.I am a trumpet player, former school band director and lover of the Alphorn sound. I have been poring over the Internet to get more information about what it takes to own a horn, if there's anyone around (how many) in the DC/ Northern VA area who play Alphorn. Can you shed any light on where I would get started?


June 21, 2010

It was a joy to have seen you again,
especially to hear you play and sing.
It was a terrific performance and
everyone sounded great. I hope it won't be too long before our paths
cross again.
Dr. Bob

Justin Boggan

June 10, 2010

Mr. Priebe,

I created and run a site devoted to one type of film score: rejected scores.

One of the things I try to do is credited the musicians on each score (not an easy task). To that end I contact film & TV score musicians (since very few list rejected scores on their sites).

Have you ever played on any rejected scores?

Film score lover,
-Justin Boggan-