Wind Talk for Brass provides instrumental music teachers, practitioners, and students with a handy, easy-to-use pedagogical resource for brass instruments found in school instrumental programs. With thorough coverage of the most common brass instruments - trumpet, horn, trombone, baritone/euphonium, and tuba/sousaphone - the book offers the most topical and information necessary for effective teaching. This includes terminology, topics, and concepts associated with each specific instrument, along with teaching suggestions that can be applied in the classroom. Be sure to look to the back of the book for a qPractical Tipsq section, which discusses common technical faults and corrections, common problems with sound (as well as their causes and solutions to them), fingering charts, literature lists (study materials, method books, and solos), as well as a list of additional resources relevant to teaching brass instruments (articles, websites, audio recordings). Without question, Wind Talk for Brass stands alone as an invaluable resource for woodwinds!The best overall quality of construction and the most effective designs for sound production (regardless of cost) tend to go into professional instruments. ... Although the trumpeta#39;s tubing is largely cylindrical (becoming more conical toward the bell), the corneta#39;s tubing is much more conical throughout. ... The cornet is still commonly used by players of all abilities and is a popular choice for beginners.
|Title||:||Wind Talk for Brass : A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching Brass Instruments|
|Author||:||Mark C. Ely Professor of Music Education and Saxophone University of Utah, Amy E. Van Deuren Attorney at Law and former Adjunct Instructor University of Utah School of Music|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2009-07-21|