PRACTICAL STUDIES FOR TUBA BOOK 1

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Practical Studies For Tuba Book 1

Author : Robert W. Getchell
ISBN : 1457452359
Genre : Music
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This First Book of Practical Studies is designed to develop chord consciousness and to provide additional experience in the fundamental rhythms, key signatures and articulations and to improve accuracy in reading through the use of interesting and melodic studies. It may be used either to supplement or to follow any beginning method book.
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Second Book Of Practical Studies For Tuba

Author : Robert Ward Getchell
ISBN : 0769222641
Genre : Music
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The second book of Practical Studies is designed to logically extend the techniques already presented in the First Book and also to introduce and develop new techniques and rhythms that will offer a challenge to the intermediate student. Through the use of slightly more difficult and more extended studies, it is hoped that the material included in this book may more fully develop general musicianship and more feeling for style and interpretation and thus act as a foundation for solo literature.
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Practical Studies For Trombone Book 1

Author : Gerald Bordner
ISBN : 1457452456
Genre : Music
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This First Book of Practical Studies is designed to develop chord consciousness and to provide additional experience in the fundamental rhythms, key signatures and articulations and to improve accuracy in reading through the use of interesting and melodic studies. It may be used either to supplement or to follow any beginning method book.
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Second Book Of Practical Studies For Trombone And Baritone

Author : Gerald Bordner
ISBN : 0769226590
Genre : Music
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This book of original exercises is the sequel to the first book in this series. The etudes are a mixture of the rhythmic pattern and solo type. Problems of rhythm, technic, and range are dealt with logically and progressively and with ample preparation. In the case of the trombone, special emphasis was placed on writing exercises which would allow economy of slide movement through the use of substitute positions. The book is intended to be supplemental in nature and should be a value to the student by supplying additional material in certain developmental areas encountered in the student's regular method book.
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First Book Of Practical Studies For Trombone And Baritone

Author : Gerald Bordner
ISBN : 0769229883
Genre : Music
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The prime objective of this book is that of fostering reading ability in the young student. It should be used as supplementary material or as a second method. Range and ryhthms are extended gradually throughout the book, and the keys used are thought to be those often used in school music.
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Guide To The Tuba Repertoire Second Edition

Author : R. Winston Morris
ISBN : 9780253112255
Genre : Music
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Guide to the Tuba Repertoire is the most comprehensive investigation ever undertaken into the literature and discography of any single musical instrument. Under the direction of R. Winston Morris and Daniel Perantoni, this publication represents more than 40 years of research by dozens of leading professionals throughout the world. The guide defines the current status of the tuba and documents its growth since its inception in 1835. Contributors are Ron Davis, Jeffrey Funderburk, David Graves, Skip Gray, Charles A. McAdams, R. Winston Morris, Mark A. Nelson, Timothy J. Northcut, Daniel Perantoni, Philip Sinder, Joseph Skillen, Kenyon Wilson, and Jerry A. Young.
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Practical Studies For French Horn Book I

Author : Robert W. Getchell
ISBN : 1457453215
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This First Book of Practical Studies for French Horn is designed to develop chord consciousness and to provide additional experience in the fundamental rhythms, key signatures, and articulations and to improve accuracy in reading through the use of interesting and melodic studies. It may be used either to supplement or to follow any beginning method book and will serve as an ideal preparation for the slightly more advanced techniques to be found in the Second Book.
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The Tuba Source Book

Author : R. Winston Morris
ISBN : UOM:39015037694380
Genre : Music
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A massive research effort by leading professional tubists in 36 countries presents a comprehensive picture of the tuba. The "baby" of the orchestra, the tuba was "born" in 1835. The first major solo compositions for the instrument appeared only in the 1950s, but in the next forty years the body of literature for the tuba increased at an amazing pace. The first several chapters of The Tuba Source Book identify that literature by ensemble type. They provide bibliographic data and descriptions of 1,900 pieces for tuba and keyboard, 234 for tuba and band, 1,056 for tuba ensemble, 106 for tuba and strings, and 258 for unaccompanied tuba, as well as hundreds of works in other categories and 456 methods and studies. The chapter entitled "Recommended Basic Repertoire" is subdivided by level, from high school through professional, and "Orchestral Excerpts," in addition to listing 146 works that every tubist should know, includes advice on how to audition. The Tuba Source Book also offers an extensive discography (400 entries), a very complete bibliography, biographies of professional tubists, career advice, guidelines for composing and arranging music for the tuba, and lists of instrument builders and sources of tuba equipment. This encyclopedic volume fills a need for tubists at all levels of study and accomplishment. It is invaluable for composers, music educators, conductors, administrators, librarians, historians, and everyone who enjoys the art of tuba performance.
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Teaching Of Instrumental Music

Author : Professor Emeritus of Music Education at University of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Music Education Richard Colwell
ISBN : 9781317350842
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This book introduces music education majors to basic instrumental pedagogy for the instruments and ensembles most commonly found in the elementary and secondary curricula. This text focuses on the core competencies required for teacher certification in instrumental music. The first section of the book focuses on essential issues for a successful instrumental program: objectives, assessment and evaluation, motivation, administrative tasks, and recruiting and scheduling (including block scheduling). The second section devotes a chapter to each wind instrument plus percussion and strings, and includes troubleshooting checklists for each instrument. The third section focuses on rehearsal techniques from the first day through high school.
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A Getchell Companion For The Beginning Tubist

Author : Jacob Michael Grewe
ISBN : OCLC:1033692118
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A Getchell Companion for the Beginning Tubist Jacob M. Grewe Doctor of Musical Arts: Tuba Performance ABSTRACT The Doctoral Performance and Research submitted by Jacob M. Grewe, under the direction of Tom Curry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in the fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Musical Arts consists of the following: I. Written Project: "A Getchell Companion for the Beginning Tubist" This written project consists of a discussion of a recommended pedagogical approach to duet practice for the beginning tubist and a duet companion created for Robert W. Getchell's First Book of Practical Studies for Tuba. Additional information highlights technical and musical aspects of each etude and duet and biographical information on Robert W. Getchell. Currently, little instructional duet material exists for the young developing tuba student, and the goal of this project is to provide more duet material for this age and ability. II. Recital, 5/3/15, Music Hall Concerto in Eb for Oboe and Piano - Vincenzo Bellini Etude Op. 25, No. 7 - Frederic Chopin Concerto for Tuba - Eric Ewazen Cello Sonata No. 1, Op. 38 - Johannes Brahms III. Concerto Recital, 11/21/15, Mills Hall Nocturne for Tuba and String Orchestra - Anthony Plog IV. Chamber Recital, 3/7/16, Morphy Hall Falstaffiade - Jan Koetsier Pastorale - Eric Ewazen Étre ou ne pas étre - Henri Tomasi Triangle - John Stevens Celestial Suite - James Stephenson V. Solo/Chamber Recital, 4/23/16, Mills Hall Concerto for Bass Tuba - R. Vaughan Williams Chants Russes, Lento du Concerto Op. 29 - Édouard Lalo Four Pieces for Brass Trio - Heinrich Isaac Trio for Horn, Trombone, and Tuba - Frigyes Hidas Conversation for Tenor and Bass Trombone - Charles Small VI. Lecture-Recital, 4/27/18, Room 2521 "A Getchell Companion for the Beginning Tubist" This lecture-recital consists of a discussion and performance of six duets from the duet companion created for Robert W. Getchell's First Book of Practical Studies. Additional information presented includes biographical information of Robert W. Getchell and a recommended pedagogical approach of duet practice for the young and developing tubist.
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