This volume is devoted to trumpet players who left their homeland to make a career in another country. Specifically, it focuses on German musicians Wilhelm Wurm, Willy Brandt, and Oskar B hme, who emigrated to Russia and Russians Max Schlossberg and Vladimir Drucker, who settled in the US. The volume opens with an overview of musical life in Tsaris1920-32, t., Kiev Cons. ... Writing: one of the first manuals in Russia, Instruction Manual for Military ... B, 91 (29); B2, 235; VP, aquot;Trumpeters of Kievaquot;; Past and Present, 20-21 ; aquot;Trumpeters of Kiev II, aquot; 30; TD, Memoirs, 95; VP, Trumpeters of Kiev III, anbsp;...
|Title||:||East Meets West|
|Author||:||Edward H. Tarr|
|Publisher||:||Pendragon Press - 2003|