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concise history of the wind band
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Out of 5 stars An excellent source of concise information Reviewed in the United States on Septem Whitwell describes the text: "The purpose of this book is to supplement the information one receives in undergraduate music history courses and texts, where virtually no 5/5(4).
OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages, 30 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: I. Ancient and medieval wind music: Wind music before the Christian era --Wind instruments and the early Christian church --Civic wind bands --Court wind bands renaissance: Court wind bands --Civic wind bands --Church wind bands --III.
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Get this from a library. A concise history of the wind band. [David Whitwell; Craig Dabelstein] -- "This volume draws on the author's multi-volume History and literature of the wind band and follows the development of the wind band through the civic, court, church and military performances of the.
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Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 01/04/ Publisher: Whether used for personal reference or as a text for a class in the history of the wind band this book is the most comprehensive single-volume history of the wind band ever Brand: Whitwell Publishing.
Description. Whether used for personal reference or as a text for a class in the history of the wind band, this book, A Concise History of the Wind Band is the most comprehensive single-volume text on the history of the wind band ever written.
It draws on the author’s multi-volume History and Literature of the Wind Band and follows the development of the wind band through the civic, court. A concise history of the wind band by David Whitwell; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Bands (Music), History and criticism, Wind ensembles, Wind instruments, Band music.
A History of the Wind Band gives a succinct overview of the roots and development of the wind ensemble, covering material usually neglected by standard music literature and history texts. David Whitwell is the author of A Concise History Of The Wind Band ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Chopin ( avg rating, 2 ra /5(1).
Sixteen countries are explored from Europe through North and South America, providing the largest concise history (past, present and future) of instrumental bands published to date.
In addition, railroad, industrial, prison, community, police, school, hospital, blind. A Catalog of Wind Repertoire Before the Twentieth Century for One to Five Players is the eleventh volume in Dr. David Whitwell’s ground breaking thirteen-volume History and Literature of the Wind Band and Wind Ensemble History and Literature of the Wind Band and Wind Ensemble has had its focus on the repertoire for ensembles of six or more players.
A concert band, variously also called a wind ensemble, symphonic band, wind symphony, wind orchestra, wind band, symphonic winds, symphony band, or symphonic wind ensemble, is a performing ensemble consisting of members of the woodwind, brass, and percussion families of instruments, and occasionally including the double bass or bass rare occasions, additional non-traditional.
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This book of progressively more difficult band student performance and theory tests draw on exercises used in the "Accent of Achievement" and "Alfred's Drum Method" books.
a Cultural History American Wind Band: a Cultural History This concise and well-organized manual is a must for the serious music educator and percussionist. This is a summary of the various different eras of the Wind Band 20th century and before. The information helps describe the various transformations that the present day wind band went through before its current structure.
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A Concise History Of The Wind Band. Northridge, CA: WINDS. Whitwell describes the text: “The purpose of this book is to supplement the information one receives in undergraduate music history courses and texts, where virtually no mention is made of wind bands.”.
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This Liberty Fund edition is reproduced from the fifth edition originally published by Little, Brown and Co., Chapter 11 of 'A History of the Wind Band' by Dr.
Stephen L. Rhodes. This chapter describes the development of various standards for band instrumentation and the impact of the National School Band Contest, issues in band scoring, and the differences between wind ensembles and symphonic bands.Chapter 6 of 'A History of the Wind Band' by Dr.
Stephen L. Rhodes. This chapter describes the beginnings of the wind band movement in the United States, the impact of the Civil War on band music, and the contributions of great U.S.
bandmasters such as Gilmore, Sousa, and Conway.