The Cambridge companion to brass instruments / edited by Trevor Herbert and John Wallace.

Published
  • Cambridge : CUP 1997
Physical description
xviii,341p. : ill, music,ports ; 25cm.
ISBN
  • 0521565227
  • 9781139002035 (ebook)
Notes
  • Select bibliography: p.311-326. - Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Introduction / Trevor Herbert and John Wallace - Lip-vibrated instruments of the ancient and non-western world / Margaret Sarkissian - How brass instruments work / Arnold Myers - Design, technology and manufacture before 1800 / Robert Barclay - Brass instruments in art music in the Middle Ages / Keith Polk - The cornett / Bruce Dickey - "Sackbut": the early trombone / Trevor Herbert - The trumpet before 1800 / Edward H. Tarr - The horn in the Baroque and classical periods / Thomas Hiebert - Design, technology and manufacture since 1800 / Arnold Myers - Keyed brass / Ralph T. Dudgeon - The low brass / Clifford Bevan - Brass in the modern orchestra / Simon Wills - Brass bands and other vernacular brass traditions / Trevor Herbert - Playing, learning and teaching brass / Ralph T. Dudgeon, Phillip Eastop, Trevor Herbert and John Wallace - The post-classical horn / Robert Evans - Jazz, improvisation and brass / Roger T. Dean - Brass solo and chamber music from 1800 / John Wallace - Frontiers or byways? Brass instruments in avnte-garde music / Simon Wills - Glossary.
Genre
  • Illustrated
Language
  • English

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