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ISBN:
0253311896
Author:
Gary Bird
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Indiana University Press; First Edition edition (July 22, 1994)
Pages:
166 pages
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1662 kb
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1939 kb
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Program notes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba. Gary Bird provides an invaluable resource for students, teachers, and professional performers in building repertoire and in gaining insight into a vital body of contemporary music. Includes works for the tuba alone, tuba and piano, and tuba with other types of accompaniment. Each entry gives comple "This is a valuable reference tool for any serious tuba scholar. -American Music Teacher. Program notes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba. Each entry gives complete publication data, a history of the piece, its instrumentation and movements, and a description of its musical structure and characteristics. Indiana University Press.

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington. program notes describe 88 works by 57 composers, the most important pieces for the solo tuba of thepast 40 years. Includes complete publication datahistory, instrumentation, and much more.

American Music Teacher Program tes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba. GARY BIRD is Professor of Music at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches tuba, euphonium, and jazz studies. Includes works for the tuba alone, tuba and pia, and tuba with other types of accompaniment. He has been Principal Tubist of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and is presently tubist with the Johnstown and Westmoreland symphony orchestras. Country of Publication.

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A simple tuba solo from the music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Originally transcribed by Zurgan. I fixed awkward enharmonics, rhythm, solo section, and made the score for the Lucky Chops setup. Arranged for brass band (trumpet trombone tenor bari tuba). A simple tuba solo from the music from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.

P76 1994 Program notes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba. Beethoven, Schubert and more : complete trombone, tuba and euphonum parts to 90 orchestral masterworks on CD-ROM/ works by Beethoven. O72 . This is one of three volumes of printable sheet music from a CD-ROM for Tuba and Euphonium parts. Beth Thompson bookings.

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TSB has roots in two earlier publications by Winston Morris, The Encyclopedia of Literature for the Tuba, with William J. Bell (New York: Colin, 1967) and Tuba Music Guide (Evanston, Il. The Instrumentalist Company, 1973). The first nine chapters identify more than thirty-five hundred solo and ensemble works by instrumentation,.

This is a valuable reference tool for any serious tuba scholar." ―TUBA Journal Reviews

... an excellent resource... " ―American Music Teacher

Program notes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba. Includes works for the tuba alone, tuba and piano, and tuba with other types of accompaniment. Each entry gives complete publication data, a history of the piece, its instrumentation and movements, and a description of its musical structure and characteristics. Gary Bird provides an invaluable resource for students, teachers, and professional performers in building repertoire and in gaining insight into a vital body of contemporary music.