2 edition of Encyclopedia of literature for the tuba found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of literature for the tuba
William J. Bell
|Statement||by William J. Bell and R. Winston Morris.|
|Contributions||Morris, R. Winston.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
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The first several chapters of The Tuba Source Book identify that literature by ensemble type. They provide bibliographic data and descriptions of 1, pieces for tuba and keyboard, for tuba and band, 1, for tuba ensemble, for tuba and strings, and for unaccompanied tuba, as well as hundreds of works in other categories and methods and by: 6.
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The Tuba Source Book (TSB) is a monumental achievement by the tuba community: editors R. Winston Morris and Edward R. Goldstein coordinated professional tubists and consultants from thirty-six countries to create the fist publication in twenty-three years that comprehensively documents the tuba.
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The only other source that relates the arguably same term to a tree is a hadith. Tuba, deep-pitched brass wind instrument with valves and wide conical bore.
The word tuba originally was the name of a straight-built Roman trumpet and was the medieval Latin word for trumpet. Valved bass brass instruments for bands are mentioned as early asbut little is now known about.
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The "baby" of the orchestra, the tuba was "born" in The first major solo compositions for the instrument appeared only in the s, but in the next forty years the body of literature for the tuba increased at an amazing pace." "The first several chapters of The Tuba Source Book identify that literature by ensemble type.
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Displaying 1 - 10 of Sort by. Order. Items per page. Apply. Adagio from Limpid Stream for Tuba and Piano. Shostakovich, Dmitri.Between and he wrote 11 operettas, of which El Capitan (), The Bride Elect (), and The Free Lance () were particularly successful.
He wrote at least 70 songs, 11 waltzes, 12 other dance pieces, 11 suites, 14 humoresques, and 27 the s he also redeveloped a type of bass tuba called the helicon, made to his specifications and eventually called the sousaphone.Samuel Mulledy (–) was an American Catholic priest and in Virginia, he attended Georgetown College in Washington, D.C., where his brother, Thomas F.
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