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NewChaminade Women's Chorus is searching for a Music Director for the 2021-2022 season. Cathy Hatfield.

Gracenotes Community Orchestra a 70 piece Community orchestra in Mukwonago looking for experienced amateur string and percussion players. Nancy Groubert, 262-470-3811.
Plymouth.The Plymouth Arts Center is interested in hiring musical acts in a wide variety of genres. Donna Hahn, 920-980-0510, Plymouth.
Redeemer United Church of Christ - Director of Music, Part-Time needed. Linda Graebner Smith, 414-771-1900, Wauwatosa.
Milwaukee Municipal Band - Jennifer M. Cummings, 414-803-2057. Milwaukee Public Schools Recreation Division, 414-475-8811.
Milwaukee Concert Band - The Milwaukee Concert Band welcomes new members playing all band instruments. We are especially in need of percussionists, clainets and trombones. Theresa Moniot Olivares, 262-649-3330, Milwaukee.
Songwriting Competition - Candace Avery.
Julia DuBois - Female singer looking to join a band. Currently studying jazz vocals and looking for jazz instrumentalists to start a band. Phone 262-490-2354, Oconomowc.
Greenfield Concert Band - Professional and amateur musicians (ages 16-85) from throughout the Milwaukee area are welcome. Provides the Greenfield community with positive and memorable musical experiences. Information, 414-207-4829, Greenfield.
Milwaukee Concert Band celebrating their 76th year, welcomes new members. We especially need percussionists and French horn players. Theresa Moniot, 262-649-3330, Milwaukee.
Mary Beth Anthony - Volcalist, looking for guitarist or pianist to perform for paid jobs. Mary Beth Anthony, 262-442-9651, West Allis.
Pommersche Tanzdeel Freistadt - Traditional German folk music and dance group looking for string bass, flute, clarinet, or violin players to accompany dancers and vocalists. George Radtke, 262-253-1412, Mequon.
The Kids From Wisconsin shall seek out, train and showcase 33 musically gifted youth of Wisconsin in a manner which will demonstrate the outstanding artistic talent, personal character and leadership potential present in Wisconsin's greatest natural resource, its young people. Tina Weiss, 414-266-7067, Milwaukee.
Brass Bell Music Store is hiring! Brass Bell Music, 210 W Silver Spring Dr., Milwaukee. Brass Bell is Hiring, 414-963-1000.
The Clauson Family Music Show is looking for musicians and dancers to add to our upcoming Christmas Season. Preferably horn players. Shows weekly November through December. Send cover letter, resume and headshot. Brittney Clauson , 715-228-2951, Coloma.
Singer Needs Band - Female singer looking to join a band. Have voice lessons, and currently still taking them. Want something local. Dorothy Steger, 920-296-9615, Mayville.
Old Time Music Man - Looking for retired people who play guitar/banjo, violin/fiddle, or steel suitar to jam on a weekday. Playing Old time Country/Bluegrass and/or Old Time Rock and Roll. Tom Wendtland. 320-209-3038, Waukesha.
Milwaukee Summer Philharmoinia - Musicians welcome, no fees, schedule and application is on-line.
Milwaukee Police Band - Non-police civilians who are musicians are accepted. Karen M. Dubis, 414-935-7933.
Milwaukee Letter Carriers Band actively looking for musicians for current season. Tuesday evenings we usually play at assisted living or nursing homes. Dean Pearson, 262-782-1901.
Marquette Volleyball - Looking for any size groups to perform the national anthem at our BIG EAST volleyball games this season, write for details, Vanessa Farinelli, 414-288-0288, Milwaukee.
Dairy Statesmen a Mens' Acapella Chorus near Racine, is looking for new members. Contact Dan Schaumberg.
South Milwaukee Municipal Band - Under the direction of Sarah Lewkowski, 414-651-6633, is seeking musicians. All band instruments welcomed. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings, 7:30 p.m. at the South Milwaukee Middle School band room. We play a wide selection of music (marches, patriotic pieces, show tunes, and more.) Contact Jody Daharsh, 414-764-6279.

Milwaukee - Free rehearsal space. Carolyne, 414-263-2255.
Cedarburg - Lakeshore Symphonic Band needs percussionist. Info, 414-462-8821.
Kenosha - Tom Ceschin seeking creative, play by ear jazz bass player. Prefer Stand Up, but any type OK. Kenosha area. Two form dual first, then bring in a percussionist for eventual. Tom Ceschin, Kenosha.
Kenosha - Want to Start Kenosha Community Jazz Band or Big Band. There is none currently and this is not good. Jazz Musician, 224-305-2451, Kenosha.
Boulder Junction - Guitar and/or keyboard for working band. Rock, blues, originals. Vocals a plus. Northern Wisconsin or Upper Michigan area. Peter Stoltman, 715-614-4142.
Milwaukee - Big Band Jazz Group seeks additional members. Becky Hineman, 414-687-1885.
Milwaukee - Milwaukee Metropolitan Voices sseks soloists, instrumentals and chorus members. Auditions are held by appointment. Rehearsals are held in Wauwatosa or Milwaukee. The audition will include singing a prepared song, sight-singing and music reading assessment. Soloists and instrumentalists contact: Trefor Williams (414) 778-1940. Chorus members contact: Mary Waller, (414) 352-2212. We are a new start up group and at this point are unable to offer pay for your work. However your enthusiastic help and support would be very much appreciated.
Milwaukee - Womens Voices Milwaukee announces opening for Artistic Director. Requires broad background in music styles and experience in choral direction plus preparation of two annual concerts. Send resume and references. Women's Voices Milwaukee, 414-841-3707.
South Milwaukee - Paid keyboardist job for informal weekly choir at St. John's Catholic Church. Please phone Dan Jeziorski, 414-764-2257.
Milwaukee - Front man looking for backup. Primarily bass and drums. My roots are in rock, folk, country, and blues but have moved into Progressive/New Age. Many years experience. I have practice space. Rich Bowen, 414-535-0402.
West Allis Senior Center - Musicians invited to try out for a new Friday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., band group. WASC, 7001 W. National Av., West Allis. Stop in or phone Denise Koenig, 414-302-8700.
Green Bay - Straight Up variety band seeks lead guitar. 1-3 gigs monthly, some travel. Setlist is a mix of pop, country, oldies, rock. Backup vocals a plus. Tanya Witt, 920-366-5119.
Cudahy - Seniors who like to sing the songs of the 1930s, 1940s and beyond, are invited to join a group at Kelly Senior Center, 6211 S. Lake Dr., that meets at 10:30 a.m. Thursdays to sing together, laugh at corny jokes and enjoy each other's company. Phone Henry Jisa, director or Mary Becker, pianist, 414-481-9611.
Door County - Baileys Harbor Community Association is looking for bands (entertainment) for our July 4th parade and celebration in our town, Baileys Harbor. Barbara Anschutz, Parade Chairperson.
Jam SessionMilwaukee - Organization for Active Seniors in Society (O.A.S.I.S), String Ensemble on Wednesdays at 10 a.m., 2414 W. Mitchell St., 2nd floor, 414-647-6053.
Milwaukee - Wilson Park Senior Center, Band and Chorus, 2601 W. Howard Av., 414-282-5566.

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Musician Needs Group

Musicians Seeking Group New Brad Weis - Tuba Player looking for opportunites to play any style of music. Green Bay and Fox Valley.
Oshkosh- Male age 58 looking to join Southern Gospel quartet. Baratone or some tenor. David Chapin, 920-233-3822.
Beaver Dam - Female Christian singer looking to join a band. Dorothy Steger, 920-887-3356.
Fort Atkinson - Clarinetist wants playing opportunities, enjoys classical. Tom Filipiak, 920-568-0943.
Southeast Wisconsin - Dixieland music by the Dixie Doodlers. Find out more, Mark Kranz, 262-679-9475.
Plover - Singer available to front western swing and classic country {with class} vocally versatile. Richard Spilman, 715-342-4594.
Racine and Kenosha - Piano Lessons. Dennis Hankinson, 262-902-8500.

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Musical Instruments, Amplifiers, Speakers, Micorphones, Cables
Guitarist New Autoharp For Sale - Oscar Schmidt OS45CE 21-chord chromatic autoharp. Includes built in magnetic pickup with a side mounted 1/4-inch jack and battery powered preamp with EQ, and Oscar Schmidt fine tuners. Beautiful condition. Heavy duty plush lined case. Tuning wrench and fine tuner wrench. $400. Peter Lee, 414-202-6312.
Bb Selmer Clarinet - For sale at reasonable price. Bill Howe, Milwaukee.
Donate An Instrument - The Allouez Village Band collects and reconditions used musical instruments for disadvantaged children in the Green Bay area.
Lonely Instruments Need KidsDonate An Instrument - Donate a used musical instrument to Lonely Instruments Need Kids. We clean, repair and then give an instrument to a child who would not be able to participate in music otherwise. Racine Arts Council, phone 262-635-0261.

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Music News

Dixie Doodlers

Dixie Doodlers Go Touring CDDixie Doodler CD Per Your Request CD or Dixie Doodlers Go Touring CD. - Do you know someone who would enjoy great Dixieland music played by a top notch Wisconsin band? Makes a great gift!

Red Mill Jazz Jam (PDF 6k)

Gordon Hinkley, Pianist (PDF 8k)

Bill Sargent Milestones (PDF 8k)

Norrie CoxNorrie Cox Remembered (PDF 7k) Milwaukee Festival Brass - Eighth International - The Milwaukee Festival Brass claimed the top prize in its division for the second year in a row at the 2017 North American Brass Band Championships, held March 10 and 11 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Organized by the North American Brass Band Association, the event consisted of a solo and ensemble contest as well as full band competition by 33 British-style brass bands from the United States and Canada. Milwaukee's brass band finished ahead of five other competing bands in the section. "After last year's win, everyone was determined to defend the title" said the band's Music Director, Mark A. Taylor. "Many of those in the audience who heard us perform in competition remarked that this year's band sounded even stronger than last year's. Our players, staff, donors, sponsors, and volunteers have put in countless hours of hard work and focus to prepare. I am so proud of all they have accomplished." Modern brass bands are descendants of musical groups that became common in British working class towns during the 19th century. The instrumentation remains much the same as it did a century ago, consisting of a collection of cornets (similar to but distinct from trumpets) horns, baritones, trombones, euphoniums, tubas, and percussion. But the music performed by bands these days is much more contemporary. Contest rules limit the total number of players in a band to 28 brass, plus percussionists as needed. All players must be considered amateur musicians, meaning no band may pay its players. Bands enter the competition in one of several sections, each requiring a different test piece to be played by all bands entering that section. This year, all levels of the competition included required selections written by renowned British brass band composer, Peter Graham. Third Section bands, which included Milwaukee, performed the composer's first test piece, written in 1983: "Dimensions." Taylor chose to pair the required music with "Fanfares and Love Songs," a majestic contemporary work by Gavin Higgins, a prolific young composer from the U.K. Two members of the band won honors in the various solo and ensemble divisions of the contest. Darell Stachelski (cornet) was crowned champion of the High Brass Technical section, Senior division. Marty Kuphall (cornet) finished with second place honors in the High Brass Slow Melody section, Senior division. The Milwaukee Festival Brass will celebrate its repeat title victory with concerts on Saturday, April 29, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. at Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon, and on Friday, May 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the Germantown Police Benefit. More information is available on the band's website,
Jill Jensen Jack Grassel
It's About the Music CD
. Jill Jensen and Jack Grassel.
Annie DenisonAnnie Denison Sings a Spell.
Milwaukee Vocal Express - MVEvolution DVDs are priced at $25 (plus $4 shipping and handling) available by check or money order made out to Midwest Vocal Express, P.O.Box 543, Greendale, WI 53129-0543 or phone 1-888-240-4426. Remember the Mark Kappus Big Band with 18 members? They played music November 18 and December 19, 1992 (PDF 26k). Ballroom dancing was open to the public for four hours at Bode's Victory Hall, 3665 E. Grange, Cudahy.
The Price of the Arts, Funding Milwaukee's Creative Community for 2006 City of Milwaukee Arts Board Grants for 2019.

Milwaukee Amateur Radio Club - The Hams' Song (PDF 38k), written by Hollywood composer and band leader LeRoy Priest, was first presented at the National Radio Amateur Convention held in the Milwaukee Auditorium in September, 1948. It was then used for the December 9, 1982, MRAC Old Timers Nite.

The Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Richard Czerwonky, played a concert on January 16, 1942, their second season, at Mary D. Bradford High School Auditorium. Some of their early concerts had audiences as large as 1,600 people. Here is the two-page Program (PDF 195k). Do you recognize the names of any musicians? Pulaski High School Marching Band of Pulaski, Wisconsin, directed by Tom Busch, marched in the Rose Bowl Parade in Pasadena, California, televised on January 1, 2007. They raised $300,000 to pay for the trip.
Not to be confused with another Pulaski High School Band, in Milwaukee. Around 1957 it was directed by Henry Raccoli who arranged All Hail Pulaski (PDF 67k), the school song.
Jack ClarkJack Clark - Washboard Jack, biography (PDF 13k). Milwaukee Choristers New Christmas CD
Milwaukee Choristers new Christmas CD Shout Now, Be Joyful features Christmas concerts at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church in Wauwatosa in 2003, 2004 and 2005. There are 18 cuts on the 66-minute CD with the 75-voice chorus under the direction of Dr. James B. Kinchen, Jr. Songs include J.S. Bach's Shout Now, Be Joyful, which provided the inspiration for the CD's title; a Rene Clausen arrangement of Adolphe Adam's familiar O Holy Night and an arrangement of Joy to the World by Frank Kuykendall. In a more contemporary vein, the CD features selections by Irving Berlin and John Williams, and a special arrangement of Jingle Bells by the late Ray Charles, founder and director of the Ray Charles Singers. Cut 19 is an instrumental with flutist Ana de la Cuesta Gerlach (a Chorus soprano) and pianist Patricia Ilika Black performing Black's arrangement of Away in a Manger. Call 414-354-1933, Order the CD, from any member of the chorus, or available at concerts, $15.
Ken HannerKen Hanner - Banjo man, Biography (PDF 9k). Jim HaydenJim Hayden - Biography (PDF 10k).
Karen DeschereKaren Deschere - New President at Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. WCM President Karen Deschere (PDF 7k). Joyce AltmanJoyce Altman - Steps down as President of Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. Decade of leadership resulted in financial stability, renovated facility. WCM Past President Joyce Altman (PDF 5k).
John KnurrJohn Knurr - All round musician, Biography (PDF 13k). Karen DubisThe Beat Goes On - The Milwaukee Police Band, America's oldest police department band continues to perform under the direction of Karen M. Dubis. Milwaukee Police Band Continues (PDF 5k).
Save The MusicA grand finale for Save the Music - VH1 and community effort gave $1,600,000 to Milwaukee Public Schools. BuglerSound Taps Wisconsin - A statewide competition designed to encourage Wisconsin students to assist their local communities in the live sounding of Taps for military funeral honors. Most people don't realize that currently only 1 in 4 Veterans will have a live bugler to sound Taps for their military funeral honors. With only 21 military buglers available across our state, Wisconsin students are the next best source of capable buglers.
Skylight Opera TheatreMilwaukee Musician's AssociationUnion Musicians Reach Agreement with Skylight Opera Theatre - Past Negotiations (PDF 4k). Musicians union, Skylight reach deal - Through June 30, 2008: $83.30 for performances and $63.75 for rehearsals. The Hillcrest Tops Out - Live jazz music and musician sit-ins end at the Hillcrest Pub & Grille in Waukesha. Hillcrest Live Music Ends (PDF 8k).
Remember the Milwaukee Civic Symphonic Band, directed by Paul Anderson with soprano Joan Snyder? Here's their April 30, 1972, two-page Program (PDF 122k) of a concert played at the Cooley Auditorium in M.A.T.C. Do you recognize the names of any musicians? MYSOMilwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra - Relocates to Walnut Street (PDF 5k). Alumni musicians of Music For Youth and MYSO, register to keep informed of MYSO's bright future.
Jeanne Kahn harp ensembleHarping at Milwaukee Public Schools - Jeanne Kahn taught 200 students with 38 harps. The largest harp program in the country. Jeanne Kahn Harp Ensemble (PDF 5k). Dick Metko, accordionist, passes away April 20, 2004. Dick Metko Obituary (PDF 7k).
Milwaukee Chorister's CDThe Milwaukee Choristers - Their first CD features 24 selections from concerts directed by Dr. James B. Kinchen, Jr. CD-1 (PDF 4k). A second CD with 24 selections that mirror a typical Choristers' concert. CD-2 (PDF 4k). Prometheus TrioPrometheus Trio - The exceptional young violinist Jeanyi Kim, left in the fall of 2004 to finish her doctorate in musical arts at Yale University. Stefanie Jacob, pianist; and husband Scott Tisdel, cellist; will invite guest violinists. Promethius Trio (PDF 7k).
Julie DeRoche and Richard RegentA Clarinet Clinic featuring Julie DeRoche was held at Interstate Music, New Berlin. Julie is Leblanc's Director of Performance Education; served as the coordinator of the DePaul University's woodwind department; currently performs with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and numerous chamber and orchestral groups; and is Past President for the International Clarinet Association. Rich Regent, Wisconsin clarinetist, and Julie exchanged clarinet tips at the clinic. Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Salaries and 2005 negotiations. Minimum salary now $53,625.

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Salaries and 2003 Negotiations - Minimum annual salary for Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra musicians, as of June, 2003, is $53,372 for 42 weeks per year. This ranks 21st among 48 member orchestras. Salaries range from New York Philharmonic of $92,300 to San Diego Symphony with $24,720. New negotiations are planned for July, 2005.

Gary Lavann and Rich Regent were in the Walker Junior High School Band with Henry Canitz, Director. Photograph (PDF 104k) taken May 3, 1956. Richard, clarinet, is on riser 2nd from left, and Gary, trumpet, has blond hair. Both are now in the Dixie Doodlers Dixieland Band.  

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  • AAA Player Piano Rebuilding Company - Complete restoration of players, uprights and grands to new original condition. Over forty five years experience. Glenn Kalkhoff, Jr., 920-922-7531, Fond du Lac.
  • ABC Kortsch Moving and Storage Co., Inc. - We move pianos. 2403 N. Maryland Av., Milwaukee, 414-276-9990 or 800-486-6500.

  • Advanced Audio SystemsAdvanced Audio Systems
    Rental, sales and installation of professional sound and lighting equipment in west central Wisconsin. Mark Vaningan, 715-833-5386, Eau Claire.

  • Aebersold Jazz, Jamey, Inc. - Jazz music and improvization educational materials. PO Box 1244, New Albany, IN 47151-1244. Aebersold Jazz, 800-456-1388, Fax 812-949-2006.
  • Anello Mouthpieces - Providing clarinet and saxophone hard rubber mouthpieces and custom refacing services. 8640 N. Teal Ct., Milwaukee 53223-2726. Phone 414-355-2738, Fax 414-766-9558. Mike Anello. (Emil Anello passed away on February 2, 2010).
  • Art Off the Wall Gallery - Customized CD covers and more. At 2210 S. Kinnickinnic Av., Milwaukee 53207. Anita Sarnow, artist, 414-769-0992.
  • Audio for the Arts - Professional recording studio, downtown Madison (with parking!) Large main and smaller iso. rooms. Yamaha grand piano, great mics. Remote available. Steve Gotcher and Buzz Kemper, owners/engineers, 608-255-0511, Madison.
  • Authentic Recording - Full service recording studio. Specialties are traditional Country-Western, and Country-style Gospel. Also do steel guitar session work for other studios, as well as theatre shows and events, and also book a single act. Mark Krutke, 715-612-0648, Tomahawk.
  • Beihoff Music CompanyBeihoff Music Company
    Music, sales, rentals, repairs, band, orchestra, guitars, keyboards, lessons. Merged with White House of Music on June 1, 2007.
    • 12040 W. Feerick Unit H, Wauwatosa 53222-2109. Phone 414-438-3920
    • N112W16290 Mequon Rd., Germantown 53022-3306. Phone 262-255-2283
    • 102 N. Main St., Oconomowoc 53066-5202. Phone 262-567-4123.

  • BG Franck Bichon - High quality ligatures, straps, swabs and accessories. Phone 33-4-78-56-86-00, Fax 33-4-78-56-57-78. BG Franck Bichon.

  • Big Sound RecordingBig Sound REcording
    Digital project studio providing pro-quality audio production for demos and full-length CDs. Waupaca.

  • Blue Flame Music - New, used and vintage guitars, basses, banjos and mandolins; amps and accessories; lessons. Glenn Boren and Dave Sroka, 5264 S. 27th St., Milwaukee, phone 414-482-3000.
  • Bradford's Pianos & Organs, Inc. (1872 - 2006) - Was Milwaukee's oldest piano dealer, 11550 W. North Av., Wauwatosa 53226-2128. Phone 414-777-3850.

  • Brass BellBrass Bell
    Musical instruments, sales, rentals, repairs, accessories, lessons, music. 210 W. Silver Spring Dr., Glendale 53217. Brass Bell, 414-963-1000.

  • Braun & Son Restoration - Stringed instrument repair and sales. Robert Braun, 715-219-0213, Pickerel.
  • Buffet Crampon - Musical instruments. 1600 Northwind Blvd., Libertyville, IL 60048-9634. Phone 847-816-2500, Fax 847-816-2514. Boosey.
  • BtW Productions LLC - BtW's services go far beyond providing a wide variety of music for your party or event. We also offer musician contracting, music transcription/engraving, and equipment rental. Mark Mrozek, 414-238-4019, Milwaukee.
  • Burst Collective - Daniel Holter and Michael Standal, Wauwatosa.
  • Carlson Pianos & Keyboards - New, used, digitals. 3701 Durand Av., Racine, phone 800-924-8863.
  • Caroline's Music Studio - Used pianos. 6900 W. Lincoln, Milwaukee, phone 414-327-4464.
  • Carroll Creative - All types of graphic design, writing or photography including CDs, tickets, brochures, posters, ads, promotionals, trademarks and logos. Multi-talented musician, Carroll Brown, 262-544-6165, Waukesha.
  • Classical Strings - Specialize in violins, violas, cellos and their bows. 311 N. Plankinton Av., Milwaukee 53203-3102. Classical String Player, news of Milwaukee's string player community, 4 issues per year. Steven C. Haas, phone 414-271-7190.
  • Conners Publications - Publishers of Contemporary Classical Music, Church Music, New Editions of Past Masters, "Music of America" Reprint Series and Other Books.
  • Dave's Guitar ShopDave's Guitar
    Over 1,000 guitars in stock, large selection of vintage, new and used guitars, basses and amps. 1227 S. 3rd St., La Crosse 54601-5346. Phone 608-785-7704.

  • Louis Diaz - If you have a group and need a demo CD contact Luis Diaz, 414-744-6828. Milwaukee.
  • Dove Music - Distributor of world music recordings, videos, song books, and instruments. Good collection of songs in Spanish from many traditions. P.O. Box 08286, Milwaukee 53208.

  • Drums 'n MooreDrums 'N More
    6422 Monona Dr., Monona 53716-3939. Phone 888-223-3790.
  • Eble Music Co. - PO Box 2570, Iowa City, IA 52244-2570. Phone 319-338-0313, Fax 319-338-0108.
  • E'letronix Service Center - Instrument repair. 11202 W. Greenfield Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-453-5464.
  • Family Music Center - Sales, rentals, lessons, and repairs. Milwaukee's largest sheet music department. 7635 W. Oklahoma Av., Milwaukee 53219-3600, phone 414-546-6664, Family Music Center.
  • Famous Music & Sound, Inc. - 1413 11th Av., Grafton, phone 262-376-7688.
  • Faust Music Milwaukee's Drum Center - 2204 S. Kinnickinnic Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-744-1112.
  • Mike Foley Piano Tuning - Piano tuner technician, Mike Foley, 414-331-8863, Milwaukee.
  • Lester Geadtke Productions - For demo recording needs, you won't find a better deal. Kim Vater, 920-894-4400, Kiel.
  • Gigliotti, Inc., A. M. - Clarinet mouthpieces. PO Box 8387, Cherry Hill, NJ 09302-0587. Phone 609-667-9837.
  • Guitar Gallery - New and used guitars. W5666 US Highway 12, Whitewater 53190-4039. Phone 262-495-8771.
  • Good Music - Musical instrument sales, guitars, drums, PA systems, keyboards and recording. Good Music, 800-236-5990, Madison.
  • Hal Leonard Corp. - The finest in printed music for educational and performance needs. 7777 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee 53213-3400.

  • J. Hale MusicHale Music
    Specializing in Jazz Guitar and Bass Equipment. Hofner Guitars, Vintage Archtops, Acoustic Image Amps, Raezer's Edge Cabinets and Evans Amplifiers. Jeff Hale, 635 Briarcliff Ct., Hartland 53029, 262-510-5140, Hartland.

  • Hartland Music Center - 108 W. Capitol St., Milwaukee, phone 414-367-5333.
  • Hawkins, Richard - Mouthpiece craftsman and custom work. PO Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643, phone 616-276-9187.

  • Henri's Music SuperstoreHenri's Music Superstore
    Everything musical. Henri's Music.
    • 500 S. Military Av., Green Bay 54303-2210, phone 920-496-3710
    • 511 W. College Av., Appleton 54911-5801, phone 920-739-9163
    • 1173 S. Washburn St., Oshkosh 54904-8053, phone 920-233-1173.

  • Hladish Music Group - Recording studio that specializes in recording Wisconsin area musicians and vocalists. We arrange, produce and record on professional levels. Debra Foster, 153 Bonner Hills Dr., Walworth 53184, phone 262-275-5587.
  • Hurias Instruments Internationale - Violin and guitar maker. I carve violins or guitars into fire-breathing dragons, mermaids, Packer Backer or Flag Day guitars, Guit-Fiddles (a bowable guitar), cellos carved like a bear or boar, and jewelry. View my Video Gallery to see the Sparkling Robert Violin. Visit my Work Shop any time, play an instrument. I am glad to make you the instrument of your dreams! Peter Jay Huiras, 8611 Highway 60, Cedarburg 53012, phone 262-375-2738.
  • International Music Suppliers - 681 Graceland Av., Des Plaines, IL 60016-1122, phone 800-762-1116 or 847-827-0707. IMS.

  • Interstate Music SuperstoreInterstate Music Superstore
    Sales, rental, lessons and repairs. New Berlin Superstore, 13819 W. National Av., New Berlin 53151-4599. Phone 262-786-0487.
  • Jim's Guitar Repair - 8811 W. Greenfield Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-258-8240.
  • John's Guitar Repair - Guitar & Bass Set-up & Repair. John Scott, 262-349-6095, Waukesha.
  • Kames Music, Bob - Digital pianos and keyboards. 4415 W. Forest Home Av., Milwaukee 53219-4898. Phone 414-321-8633.
  • Kashmir Music - Musical instruments and accessories, band rentals, rent-to-own, full service repair shop, and lessons. We buy used instuments and carry a huge selection of sheet music. At 200 S. Rochester St., Mukwonago 53140, Chris Niedfeldt, phone 262-363-2900.
  • Kemtone Music World - Repair all instruments. 7611 W. Hampton Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-464-7390.
  • Korinthian Violins LLC - Violin repair. 2900 S. Delaware Av, Milwaukee 53207, Korinthia Klein, 414-744-1350.
  • Mark Kranz - Buy, sell and repair: old phonographs, cylinders, victrolas, records, tube radios, player pianos and rolls, pump organs, Model T Fords and parts, and nostalgia. Mark Kranz, 262-679-9475, New Berlin.

  • Kraft MusicKraft Music
    Electronic keyboards, synths, other instruments, sequencers. 3575 N. 124th St., Brookfield 53005-2409. Phone 262-781-9700.
  • Leblanc CorporationLeblanc Corporation
    World class instruments of Leblanc, Noblet, Courtois, Vito, Holton, Yanagisawa, Martin, Woodwind. 7001 Leblanc Blvd., Kenosha 53141-1415. LeBlanc.

  • Legere Reeds - Durable synthetic reed that is ready to play instantly, lasts for months, and sounds warm and woody.
  • Lincoln Music House - Specialize in school rentals, sales, private lessons, repairs, guitars, amps, P.A.s, drums, keyboards, a tremendous selection of major brands. 3379 S. 13 St., Milwaukee 53215-5009, phone 414-671-4233.
  • Luck's Music Library - World's largest distributor of orchestral sheet music, over 4,000 compositions. 20,000 titles in stock. Luck's Music Library, 32300 Edward Av., Madison Heights, MI 48071-1432, phone 800-348-8749.
  • Madison Media Institute - 2702 Agriculture Dr., Madison 53718, phone 800-572-6657.

  • Madison MusicMadison Music
    4253 W. Beltline Hwy. Madison, WI, 53711. Matt Jordan, 800-777-2884.

  • MainStage Academy of Dance - Classes in ballet, jazz, hip-hop and tap for ages 3 and older. 105 N. Main St., Dousman. Phone 262-965-5763.
  • Melk Music - Specializing in woodwinds and brasswinds. Sales, repairs, rentals, lessons. 12805 W. Janesville Rd., New Berlin. Service, phone 414-771-0900, fax 414-771-1462.
  • Micro Records - Restoration, analog/digital transfers, analog mastering, mixing, freelance recording production. Micro Records.
  • KeyboardMihopulos Michael - Piano tuning. 625 E. Laverne Dr., Milwaukee, 414-768-9576.
  • Mike's Music Mart - Accordion Repair Specialists. 13230 W. Park Av., New Berlin 53151-2552. Michael P. Verban, 262-782-2556.
  • Millivolt Productions - A sound company that can handle all of your audio needs from studio and live recording to arrangements, beats, sequencing, mastering, mixing, cddesign and duplication, sound system installations, consultations, and more. Let our verstile engineers take you from the beginning to the end of your recording experience. Jeffrey Shoemaker, 262-389-0466, Milwaukee.
  • Milwaukee Digital Mastering & Recording Company - Mastering and recording with logic, 2500 square foot building, all kinds of music.
  • Jonathan Moberg - Piano sales and service. 901 E. Keefe, Milwaukee 53212, 414-962-2227, appointment only.
  • Muncy Winds Music Co. - Band instrument and accessories super store.

  • Music Center, Inc.White House of Music
    Music Center is a full-line music store featuring guitars, amplifiers, keyboards, drums, PA, recording, band and orchestra and musical accessories. 7700 Green Bay Rd., Kenosha, WI 53142-4013. Phone 414-697-9393 or Music Center, Inc.

  • Music, Video, Film and Edit - Independent label looking for artists. Nathan Lindstrom, 920-265-2420.
  • Musico, Inc. - Music books. Phone 800-456-6874, Fax 201-470-8031. 20 Passaic St., Garfield, NJ 07026-3100.
  • Music-Go-Round - Used musical instrument dealer. Accessories, guitars and amps, band instruments, keyboards and MIDI, pro sound and recording, drums and percussion.
    • 6901 W. Brown Deer Rd., Brown Deer 53223. Phone 414-355-7244, Milwaukee
    • 696 S. Whitney Way, Madison 53711. Phone 608-271-3939, Madison
    • 5012 S. 74th St., Greenfield 53220. Phone 414-281-2777, Greenfield.
  • The Music Master (1985) - Ceremonies and weddings, Jay Fernandez, 414-840-4045, Milwaukee.
  • Music Starts Here - 681 Graceland Av., Des Plaines, IL 60016-1122, phone 888-762-1116, IMS.
  • Netzow's Pianos and Organs - Pianos and Organs since 1885. 8837 W. North Av., Milwaukee, 53226-2725. Phone 414-476-9985.

  • Neuhaus, Arnold
    Arnold NeuhausPianos: players, uprights, grands, completely restored, sales and tuning. Slide Show. 1726 N. 1st St., Milwaukee. Phone 414-562-2505.

  • New Horizons Recording Studio - Full service audio recording facility. Jim Griffith, 414-771-9999, Milwaukee.
  • Northern Strings Piano Services Piano parts. Dennis Hankinson, 262-902-8500, Racine..
  • Oppo UDP-2054 - Selling used Oppo UDP-205 4K Ultra HD Audiophile Blu-ray Disc Player. I am the original owner, bought from Oppo in 2018, light use, includes everything with which it came. Unit will be double boxed. Paul, 910-586-2441, New York.
  • Pacetti's Music Unlimited - Expert repair service, sales, rentals, lessons, accessories, music, gifts. Emil Pacetti, 5905 6th Av. A, Kenosha 53140, phone 262-657-5031.
  • Parker Gregory L. - Violins. 3463 E. Bottsford Av, Cudahy 53110-1023. Phone 414-481-6952.
  • Party Fiddle Factory - Sales, 4666 1st Crossing Rd., Florence 54121, 906-306-1391.
  • Peters-Weiland & Co. - Instrument repair. 1729 N. Pulaski, Milwaukee, phone 414-271-6490.
  • Piano Gallery - Petrof, grands & verticals, used pianos. 219 N. Milwaukee St., Milwaukee 53202, phone 414-276-3525.
  • Rauen Guitars - Masters of restoration and repair. Site includes list of area guitar players. Denny Rauen, 2473 N. Weil St., Milwaukee 53212, phone 414-265-4343.
  • Record Head - Instrument repair. 7045 W. Greenfield Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-453-3900.
  • ReCycled Music - Out of print record albums. 1604 N. Franklin Pl. #3, Milwaukee 53202-2202. Jim Eukey, phone 414-272-7446.
  • Right Now Music - Sheet music. Mark Dransfield, 7425 Elmwood Av., Middleton 53562, phone 608-824-9173
  • Pete Roberts Guitars - Fine acoustic and electric guitars. Martin, Taylor, Breedlove and more. Pete Roberts, 262-363-1585, East Troy.

  • Rockhaus Guitars and DrumsRockhaus Guitars and Drums
    4300 W. Forest Home Av., Milwaukee 53219-3449. Phone 414-545-5900.

  • Roge Band Instrument Service - Carol Roge, 1005 Carol Av., Ripon 54971-1847, phone 920-7458-8838. (Moved to Ripon on March 31, 2000.)
  • Sanford Music - Classical saxophone lessons and repair only. 4626 N. 107th St., Wauwatosa, phone 414-760-9997.
  • Schmidt Music, Inc. (1967) - Instrument rentals, lessons, sheet music, instrument sales, repairs, accessories. Steve and Sandy Schoene, 1409 Washington Av., Racine 53403, phone 262-634-5637.
  • Glenn Schmidt - Accordion Repair, 7116 W. Allerton Av., Greenfield, 414-543-6474 .
  • Sheet Music Plus - Online ordering of sheet music, large inventory.
  • Smith Clarinet, Gregory - Mouthpiece handcraftsman. 2737 Hurd Av., Evanston, IL 60201-1209, phone 847-866-8331, Fax 847-866-9551. Gregory Smith.
  • - Source for great jazz and chamber music recordings, 414-332-7600, Shorewood.
  • Sooper Dooper - CD and DVD duplication and more. 520 University Av., Suite 140, Madison 53703, phone 800-818-8009.
  • Sound Quarry -Recording or Rehearsal Studio. Glen Quarrie, 262-506-4568, Brookfield.

  • Sounds of OldSounds of Old
    Buy, sell, repair or restore: Tube-type radios, phonographs, Victrolas, Juke Boxes. Sell bamboo and steel needles, sharpeners, 78-rpm records, cylinders, and memorabilia. Mark Kranz, 262-679-9475, New Berlin.

  • Spruce Tree Music & Repair, Inc. - Specializing in new, used and vintage stringed and fretted instruments, especially guitars, banjos, mandolins, violins, dulcimers, harps, ukuleles and lap steels. 851 E. Johnson St., Madison 53703-1506. Phone 608-255-2254. Spruce Tree Music.
  • Stateline Instrument Repair, Inc. - Instrument repair. 5351 Stateline Rd., Milwaukee, phone 414-389-4380.
  • Rob Steinhofer - Accordion Repair Specialist (pickup/delivery available), Nordic/Celtic Music Performance, Rob Steinhofer, 608-738-8421, Soldiers Grove.
  • Steinway Piano Gallery - 11550 W. North Av., Wauwatosa.
  • Steve G's Music Connection - Instrument repair. 717 N. Grandview Blvd., Waukesha, phone 262-549-3840.
  • Glenn Stevens - Master Craftsman of violins, viola, and cello. Fine restoration and repair. Glenn Stevens, 608-305-4988, Madison.
  • Studio 611 - Dance lessons at 611 S. 27th St., Milwaukee. 414-649-9588.
  • Sub Pop Records - Several years of record making. Sub Pop Records, 206-441-8441, 2514 4th Av., Seattle, WA 98121-1418.

  • Sweet Music ShopSweet Music Shop
    Lessons, rentals, repairs, supplies for musicians, dessert for your ears, 8648 S. Market Pl., Oak Creek. Dana and Michele Clark, 414-762-5242.
  • Vandoren Paris - 10,000 sheet music titles for clarinet or saxophone. Clarinet and saxophone mouthpieces, reeds ligatures and caps. J. D'Addario & Company, Inc., PO Box 290, Farmingdale, NY 11735. Vandoren.
  • Mike Verban - Accordion Repair, 13230 W. Park Av., New Berlin, 262-782-2556.
  • Wade's Guitar Shop - New and used guitars. 3490 N. Oakland Av., Milwaukee 53211-2823. Phone 414-961-0848.
  • Walsh Piano and Furniture Movers - Serving the leading piano stores. 6935 N. Braeburn La., Milwaukee 53209-2607. Phone 414-228-8330.
  • Ward-Brodt - 2200 W. Beltline Hwy., Madison, phone 608-661-8600 or 800-369-6255.
  • Warpdrive Music - Instrument repair, print and sheet music. 2637 S. Kinnickinnic Av., Milwaukee, phone 414-481-3430.

  • White House of Music, Inc.White House of Music
    Music for Life. Band and orchestra instruments, guitars, keyboards, digital pianos, and print music.
    • 2101 N. Springdale Rd., Waukesha 53186-2853. Phone 262-798-9700
    • 1668 S. Church St., Watertown 53094-6406. Phone 920-261-0700
    • 3218 W. Washington St., West Bend 53095-2193. Phone 262-334-4426.

  • Windplayer Gallery, The - For players of trumpets, trombones, flutes, saxophones, clarinets and more. PO Box 2750, Malibu, CA 90265-7750. Phone 800-946-3305.
  • Woodwind and Brasswind, The - 4004 Technology Dr., South Bend, IN 46628-9744. Phone 800-348-5003.
  • The Woodwind Shop - Professional repair service for professional woodwind players. 1123 N. Water St., Milwaukee 53202, phone 414-390-1812.


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