A Percussionist's Guide to Music: Bibliographic Essays

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E. Mellen Press, 2002 - Literary Collections - 176 pages
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Fifty essays in bibliographic form with commentary, on international and multicultural aspects of music as they relate to percussion instruments, performance, teaching and scholarship. Headings include: acoustics, articles, audio recording review, bibliography of Native American topics, black history, books reference, building, business and music, children's literature, compact disc review, composer's notes, contemporary topics, cymbal history, drum duets, the drum set, French percussion, German bibliography, health ideas, jazz, John Cage, music and sociology, percussion in music education, percussion repertoire, percussion teacher references, Polish music, publication references, reviews, school programmes, Siwe's books, tabla virtuoso, tambourine technique, timpani, vibraphone review, Whitaker's, who's who, and women's history.

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Contents

Acoustics
9
Articles Reference
23
Business and Music
37
Composers Notes
51
Contemporary Topics
65
Health Ideas
79
Native American Authors
93
Percussion in Music Education
107
Percussion Teacher References
121
Publication Notice
135
School Program
149
Vibraphone Review
163
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