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Bach Violin Sonatas Transposed for Wind Instruments By steve newman
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Bach VIOLIN sonatas 1-6 (bwv 1014-1019) transcribed for WIND INSTRUMENTS the transposing was done using Finale. ( Mus files and Xml files are also available if you want to further manipulate this... More > music.) The new keys are selected to fit the range of wind instruments,(i.e. no notes lower than B or Bb), and, some keys were changed to make things easier for those with limited technique new keys with no more that 1 or 2 sharps or flats). Accompanying pianists can use the published scores in the original keys and play on an electronic keyboard that transposes. Steve Newman, jazz@baymoon.com Santa Cruz, Ca. June 2016, (21 of the 24 movements are included. 3 movements 1014-1, 1015-2 and 1018-3 were omitted because they are too ‘violinistic’, i.e. double stops, or extreme arpeggiation. Some movements with range of 2 ½ octaves are presented in two versions,as Bb to high F for sax, and C to high G for flute ). v15 8/1/16< Less
Bach Violin Sonatas transposed for Wind Instruments By steve newman
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Bach VIOLIN sonatas 1-6 (bwv 1014-1019) transcribed for WIND INSTRUMENTS the transposing was done using Finale. ( Mus files and Xml files are also available if you want to further manipulate this... More > music.) The new keys are selected to fit the range of wind instruments, (i.e. no notes lower than B or Bb), and, some keys were changed to make things easier for those with limited technique new keys with no more that 1 or 2 sharps or flats). Accompanying pianists can use the published scores in the original keys and play on an electronic keyboard that transposes. Steve Newman, jazz@baymoon.com Santa Cruz,Ca. Augut 2016 (21 of the 24 movements are included.3 movements 1014-1, 1015-2 and 1018-3 were omitted because they are too ‘violinistic’, i.e. double stops, or extreme arpeggiation. Some movements with range of 2 ½ octaves are presented in two versions, as Bb to high F for sax, and C to high G for flute ). v15 8/1/16< Less
Musical Instruments By John Ambrose
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Quick reference guide. All parts of the world are represented by their national and regional musical instruments. Systematical classification as well as alphabetical and geographical listings. It is... More > a coherent and well-organised guide for quick practical knowledge.< Less
Play On! - Recorders and Related Wind Instruments in Steiner / Waldorf Schools By Judith Clingan
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This book is about teaching recorder in schools, particularly Steiner / Waldorf Schools. It contains text (history and makes of recorders, recommendations for teaching different ages), exercises and... More > many pieces of music, ranging from unison songs for pentatonic recorders to complex pieces for recorder ensembles (descants, trebles, tenors and basses).< Less
Winds Rising By B. A. Silverman
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BOOK I: Tamsen Fairchild's wardship by the Sleeping God sect means he can never immerse himself in the music he loves except by sneaking off to the woods to imitate bird songs on his homemade... More > whistle. When he is chosen to go with his Patriarch to visit a sect in the city of Savia, he runs off to explore. He is drawn by the most beautiful music he has ever heard coming from a tavern, where a man plays a strange instrument. Enthralled, Tam closes his eyes and tries to imitate the tones on his whistle. When the music stops, he looks up into the eyes of Jon the Minstrel, who insists that Tam has a Bardic Gift and must be trained at the Magika school. He asks a Windrider friend to fly Tam there on kirback. Tam's excitement is more than he can bear. Not only will he learn to produce the music in his heart, but he will fly there on a magical winged beast! His world is expanding beyond his wildest hope. Little does he realize how very large that world will be.< Less
Rapsodia Alabaresque (All Instruments) By Dubiell De Zarraga Lago
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The Earliest Electromagnetic Instruments By Vanessacsf Faceled
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In Figure 5, Aa and Cc represent little slotted rods of wood on which the silk-covered wire is wound. Only three windings are shown in the figure, but I generally adopt three times that many. Now t... More > is connected with the copper and d with the zinc, and the compass B set between the rods Aa and Cc with the coil perpendicular to the magnetic meridian and the terminals d, t at the east.< Less
In Search of the Wind-band By Dan Rager
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From rock & roll to jazz and classical music, this one-stop pedagogy source brings to life a detailed development of band history, its instrumentation, repertoire, function, social role, contest... More > anomalies and industry products. Sixteen countries are explored from Europe through North and South America, providing the largest concise history (past, present and future) of instrumental bands published to date. In addition, railroad, industrial, prison, community, police, school, hospital, blind and Native American Indian bands are explored. Much of the material including the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Peru, and Russia is exclusive to this book and not published online or written about elsewhere. Tools for instrumental directors, music appreciation, history or ethnomusicology courses in education. Musicians, libraries, conservatories and researchers will have a fun and intriguing experience exploring, and printed YouTube links allow readers to watch exclusive ensembles in each chapter.< Less
In Search of the Wind-band By Dan Rager
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From rock & roll to jazz and classical music, this one-stop pedagogy source brings to life a detailed development of band history, its instrumentation, repertoire, function, social role, contest... More > anomalies and industry products. Sixteen countries are explored from Europe through North and South America, providing the largest concise history (past, present and future) of instrumental bands published to date. In addition, railroad, industrial, prison, community, police, school, hospital, blind and Native American Indian bands are explored. Much of the material including the countries of Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Peru, and Russia is exclusive to this book and not published online or written about elsewhere. Tools for instrumental directors, music appreciation, history or ethnomusicology courses in education. Musicians, libraries, conservatories and researchers will have a fun and intriguing experience exploring, and printed YouTube links allow readers to watch exclusive ensembles in each chapter.< Less
Wind Performer's Guide to Increasing Endurance By Terry B. Ewell
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If you find playing wind instruments challenging and fatiguing, this guide will greatly help you! Terry Ewell draws upon three decades of experience as a professional musician and shares his insights... More > into increasing endurance on wind instruments. Research into sports is applied in a unique fashion to practice routines for wind players. In this guide he provides dozens of endurance improving activities for the lungs, inner mouth, and embouchure. The exhaustive research completed for this guide results in 45 figures and over 90 pages of text with extensive bibliographies. You will find this book to be both practical and a great reference tool.< Less