Teaching Brass: A Guide for Students and Teachers - Hard Copy Version
Teaching Brass: A Guide for Students and Teachers by trombone and lead author David Vining is appropriate for college through professional musicians. Contributing authors include: Nancy Sullivan (horn), Stephen Dunn (trumpet), Robert Benton (euphonium), and Alexander Lapins (tuba).
Teaching Brass: A Guide for Students and Teachers is a comprehensive resource perfectly suited for university brass technique classes, band directors needing brass details, or anyone looking for in-depth information on how to play horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, or tuba. Teaching Brass is the only resource of its kind: a book and a website. The book contains playing exercises for each instrument, group exercises in score form, and fingering charts. The website contains information about how to play each instrument including sub-chapters on getting started, technique, intonation, tone and much more, and offers over 300 full color images, 130 videos, audio files, PDF downloads, PowerPoint/Keynote quizzes, and hundreds of links. Designed to be a lifelong resource, the platform of a book and website has provided the authors with a rich palette with which to deliver the content with clarity and precision. This format serves as an effective brass methods curriculum, and will continue to be a valuable resource for music educators long after graduation.
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