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Brian Shook,Wynton Marsalis
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University of North Texas Press (March 31, 2011)
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with the purchase of any eligible product. William Vacchiano (1912–2005) was principal trumpet with the New York Philharmonic from 1942 to 1973, and taught at Juilliard, the Manhattan School of Music, the Mannes College of Music, Queens College, and Columbia Teachers College.

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North Texas lives of musicians series ; North Texas lives of musicians series ; no. 6. Contents: Biography - Vacchiano and the New York Philharmonic - Responsibilities of a principal trumpeter - Vacchiano's rules of orchestral performance - Pedagogical methods - Vacchiano's use of equipment - Remembering Bill. Abstract: "Foreword: Wynton Marsalis.

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William Vacchiano was principal trumpet of the New York Philharmonic, taught at The Julliard School for 67 years and influenced countless musicians. But one of the things that most impressed Brian Shook, author of a newly released biography about Vacchiano, was his great love of people. He loved music, but his real passion was caring about people, said Shook, assistant professor in the Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music at Lamar University. Shook explores the life and career of Vacchiano (1912–2005) in Last Stop, Carnegie Hall: New York Philharmonic Trumpeter William Vacchiano, published by the University of North Texas Press.

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William Vacchiano (1912–2005) was principal trumpet with the New York Philharmonic from 1942 to 1973, and taught at Juilliard, the Manhattan School of Music, the Mannes College of Music, Queens College, and Columbia Teachers College. While at the Philharmonic, Vacchiano performed under the batons of Arturo Toscanini, Bruno Walter, Dimitri Mitropoulos, and Leonard Bernstein and played in the world premieres of almost 200 pieces by such composers as Vaughan Williams, Copland, and Barber. Vacchiano was important not only for his performances, but also for his teaching. His students have held the principal chairs of many major orchestras and are prominent teachers themselves, and they have enriched non-classical music as well. Two of his better known students are Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis.Last Stop, Carnegie Hall features an overview of the life of this very private artist, based on several personal interviews conducted by Brian A. Shook and Vacchiano’s notes for his own unpublished memoir. Shook also interviewed many of his students and colleagues and includes a chapter containing their recollections. Other important topics include analyses of Vacchiano’s pedagogical methods and his interpretations of important trumpet pieces, his “rules of orchestral performance,” and his equipment. A discography, a bibliography of Vacchiano’s own works, and lists of his students and the conductors and players with whom he performed round out this richly illustrated examination of one of the most influential trumpet players and teachers of the twentieth century.
  • Kakashkaliandiia
Brian Shook's book on William Vacchiano provides an excellent and concise overview of the life, career, and pedagogy of a well-respected musician. The text included many excerpts from interviews with Vacchiano and his former students, and many of the anecdotes helped bring Vacchiano to life for me. Rarely have I read about an individual who was so well respected by almost everyone who knew him. He appeared to be a very genuine person, and reading this book gave me a new appreciation of Vacchiano. I am sure I will listen to the older NY Philharmonic recordings in a new light after reading this book and getting to know more about Vacchiano. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in orchestral brass playing and teaching would appreciate this book, both to learn about the history and pedagogy of this great musician.
  • Gaiauaco
Professor Shook's new book "Last Stop, Carnegie Hall: New York Philharmonic Trumpeter William Vacchiano" is a great collection of stories, anecdotes, and tributes to a wonderful human being and great musician! Vacchiano was a great believer in necessity being the mother of invention, and this book sheds new life on the many techniques he schemed to help make the job of principal trumpet more fun, leading to freer music making. Additionally, learning of Vacchiano's view of certain orchestral repertoire definitely sheds new life on his core of NY Philharmonic recordings. It's been great fun going back and rediscovering these recordings with this book as a guide. This should be required reading for any student of trumpet, you'll enjoy it!
  • Fenius
Really enjoyed this book. Like the especially the section on trumpet mouthpieces and how Mr. Vacchiano help his students with the crucial part of trumpet equipment.
  • Cel
Definitely worth reading. But I would like to have known more about Vacchiano as a person rather than having so much emphasis on his well known mastery of the trumpet.
  • Natety
Very Enjoyable Read
  • Sirara
I bought this because I wanted to know more about such a renowned trumpeter. I was glad that the book also contained many pointers and tips. It was like getting a lesson.
  • Jugore
Interesting bio for all musicians especially trumpet players
Enjoyed this book very much. Fascinating insights to the mind and humanity of this musician and teacher.