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Classical Favourites from Russia
Russia has a rich heritage of classical music. Much of that heritage has been shared with the rest of the world. We… read more
First Date the Musical
In July 2013, after a sold-out run in Seattle at 5th Avenue Theater, Zachary & Weiner’s original musical comedy-with… read more
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Our awesome student attendees present Katy Perry's "Roar" (arr. Mark Brymer)!
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Title: Articulation Studies
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Curnow Music Distributors Inc
Composer: Curnow, James
Catalog #: 44004615
In concert band, the clarity of the music can only come through if the articulation skill of the performers is accurate and presented consistently across the band. These wonderful articulation studies are short and work perfectly as a warm-up at the beginning of rehearsal, or before any piece when you need to focus your band's attention to this important aspect of musicianship. Every conductor knows the importance of using excellent teaching materials to aid in the development of all aspects of musical growth. The quality of the band's performance must be continually improving. Each component of the ESSENTIALS OF MUSICIANSHIP series is designed to focus on a specific area of musical performance. By using these materials during the warm-up period, the conductor can mazimize this time, and focus on specific areas that are important to the performance of the music being prepared. This product is sold as a standard concert band set (score and parts).
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