Horn Technique

Horn Technique Author Gunther Schuller
ISBN-10 UCAL:B3829598
Release 1962
Pages 118
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Blow Your Own Horn

Blow Your Own Horn Author Fergus McWilliam
ISBN-10 0889629277
Release 2012-01-03
Pages 159
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Fergus McWilliam has been a member of the Berlin Philharmonic since 1985 and was a founding member of the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet in 1988. He has spent the last twenty years touring the world with the Berlin Philharmonic and has made over a dozen recordings with his ensemble. Durng his career, he has performed with many of the major conductors of our times, including Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Ababado, Sir Simon Rattle, Leonard Bernstein, Carlos Kleiber, Seiji Ozawa, Pierre Boulez, James Levine, Daniel Barenboim and more. In addition, McWilliam also founded the Horns of Berlin Philharmonic and has helped re-establish the Winds of Berlin Philharmonic. His solo and chamber music activities continue to take him throughout Europe, the Americas and the Far East. Fergus McWilliam is also an internationally esteemed and sought-after teacher. He continues to give master classes at leading music schools in many countries, including the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Academy, the Hans-Eisler Musikhochschule in Berlin, the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School in London, the Paris Conservatoire, the Tokyo University of Fine Arts, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, the Venezuela Youth Music programme and more. Blow your OWN Horn is Fergus McWilliams 'take' on horn playing and more generally on music education.Written in a very spirited style, the book covers all aspects of playing and the profession, including, practical elements such as: auditions, embouchure, breathing, exercises. In addition, McWilliam explores topics such as: mind games, attitude, strategies, relativity, under pressure, why do we need teachers and much more! Fergus McWilliam was born in Scotland and grew up in Toronto. He currently resides in Berlin. Blow your OWN Horn is indispensible for anyone who has a fascination with the musical world, both professionals and amateurs.



Guide to the Solo Horn Repertoire

Guide to the Solo Horn Repertoire Author Richard Seraphinoff
ISBN-10 9780253019356
Release 2016-04-18
Pages 622
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This comprehensive, annotated resource of solo repertoire for the horn documents in detail the rich catalogue of original solo compositions for the instrument. Intended as a guide for practical use and easy reference, it is organized into three large sections: works for unaccompanied horn, works for horn and keyboard, and works for horn and ensemble. Each entry includes publisher information, a brief description of the form and character of a work, technical details of the horn writing, and information on dedication and premiere. The authors also include commentary on the various techniques required and the performance challenges of each piece. Representing over ten years of careful compilation and notation by an expert in horn performance and pedagogy, and by a seasoned music librarian and natural horn performer, Guide to the Solo Horn Repertoire will be an invaluable resource for performers, educators, and composers.



Improvisation games for classical musicians

Improvisation games for classical musicians Author Jeffrey Agrell
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105132770723
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 354
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Embouchure Building for French Horn

Embouchure Building for French Horn Author Joseph Singer
ISBN-10 1457452464
Release 1956
Pages 40
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This book has been compiled to aid teachers and students in the development of the French Horn embouchure, particularly in the important period following elementary development. It is based upon the theory that, mechanically, nearly all of the problems to be met by the player in the orchestra, band, chamber ensemble, etc., can be covered by a comprehensive daily routine of practice. Various drills have been devised, with no claim to originality, to cope with the various mechanical problems of embouchure with which the player is faced in the field.



A Devil to Play

A Devil to Play Author Jasper Rees
ISBN-10 9780061979712
Release 2009-10-06
Pages 336
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A charming and deeply funny memoir of musical obsession, A Devil to Play is the story of Jasper Rees, a man who unearths his childhood French horn, and begins a quixotic but obsessively serious challenge: to play a Mozart concerto—alone—for a paying audience within one year’s time. It’s an endearing, inspiring tale of perseverance and achievement, relayed masterfully, one side-splittingly off-key note at a time.



Daily Exercises for French Horn

Daily Exercises for French Horn Author Max P. Pottag
ISBN-10 0769223524
Release 1985-03-01
Pages 23
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Offers practice exercises for French horn players to improve performance.



The French Horn

The French Horn Author R. Morley-Pegge
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4325592
Release 1960
Pages 222
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Horn

Horn Author Barry Tuckwell
ISBN-10 0356090973
Release 1983-01-01
Pages 202
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"Barry Tuckwell tells the story of the taming of the horn from a loud, rough signalling instrument to one that is mellow and emotive - described by Schumann as 'the soul of the orchestra.' The history of the horn we know today is closely related to technical developments both in playing and in writing, and with a wealth of musical examples Barry Tuckwell tells us of these changes and the people who made them." "He then deals with the difficulties of building and maintaining this difficult instrument, providing invaluable: insights into the practicalities of the craft." "Useful advice is given on all aspects of learning, practising and playing for the beginner, amateur and teacher."--BOOK JACKET.



Mel Bay s Anthology of French Horn Music

Mel Bay s Anthology of French Horn Music Author Richard C. Moore
ISBN-10 9781562221911
Release 1986
Pages 160
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"A master source of symphonic and operatic excerpts from the works of the great composers, selected from the repertoire most frequently used for recitals, placement exams and professional auditions. The author provides comments on many of the selections which point out particular difficulties of the pieces, such as awkward transpositions, rhythms or fingerings. Where necessary to the understanding of the excerpt, some passages include second, third or fourth horn parts."



Thoughts on playing the horn well

Thoughts on playing the horn well Author Frøydis Ree Wekre
ISBN-10 UOM:39015019884199
Release 1994
Pages 66
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The Art of French Horn Playing

The Art of French Horn Playing Author Philip Farkas
ISBN-10 145740009X
Release 1999-10-19
Pages 96
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First to be published in the series was The Art of French Horn Playing by Philip Farkas, now Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music at Indiana University. In 1956, when Summy-Birchard published Farkas's book, he was a solo horn player for the Chicago Symphony and had held similar positions with other orchestras, including the Boston Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, and Kansas City Conservatory, DePaul University, Northwestern University, and Roosevelt University in Chicago. The Art of French Horn Playing set the pattern, and other books in the series soon followed, offering help to students in learning to master their instruments and achieve their goals.



The Dale Clevenger French Horn Methods

The Dale Clevenger French Horn Methods Author Dale Clevenger
ISBN-10 0849702690
Release 1974
Pages 42
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The Brass Gym

The Brass Gym Author Focus on Excellence
ISBN-10 0974847704
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 110
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Intelligence Mind and Reasoning

Intelligence  Mind  and Reasoning Author A. Demetriou
ISBN-10 008086760X
Release 1994-03-17
Pages 238
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This volume aims to contribute to the integration of three traditions that have remained separate in psychology. Specifically, the developmental, the psychometric, and the cognitive tradition. In order to achieve this aim, the text deals with these three aspects of human knowing that have been the focus of one or more of the three traditions for many years. Answers are provided to questions such as the following: What is common to intelligence, mind, and reasoning? What is specific to each of these three aspects of human knowing? How does each of them affect the functioning and development of the other? The chapters are organized into two parts. Part I focuses on intelligence and mind and has reasoning at the background. The papers in this part present new theories and methods that systematically attempt to bridge psychometric theories of intelligence with theories of cognitive development or information processing theories. Part II focuses on mind and reasoning and has intelligence at the background. The papers in this part develop models of reasoning and attempt to show how reasoning interacts with mind and intelligence. Two discussion chapters are also included. These highlight the convergences and the divergences of the various traditions as represented in the book.



Bedside Clinics in Surgery

Bedside Clinics in Surgery Author Makhan Lal Saha
ISBN-10 9789350906453
Release 2014-01-30
Pages 1113
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This second edition brings trainees fully up to date with the latest advances in general surgery. Each section has been fully revised and covers numerous disorders within each specialty. The new edition features an additional section on surgical anatomy and an extended section on operative surgery. More than 800 clinical photographs, X-rays, diagrams and figures enhance learning. Colour images illustrate clinical signs and instruments for laparoscopic surgery, with schematic diagrams used in the first edition, now replaced by photographs. Key points Second edition presenting recent advances in general surgery Fully revised with addition of two new sections Includes more than 800 clinical photographs and diagrams Previous edition published in 2004



You are Your Instrument

You are Your Instrument Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X006080483
Release 1991
Pages 152
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Open up new avenues of expression through a pain-free, healthy, fluid approach to music-making; Overcome performance anxiety, general tension,and muscular injury; Increase your learning skills and facilitate more effective motor coordination. The New England Journal of Medicine cites that 50% of all professional musicians suffer from varying levels of muscular injury.