Problems and Solutions in Band Conducting
Covers a wide variety of topics and problems, from band seating to planning festivals, dealing with soloists to taking the ensemble on the road. It also tackles complex problems presented to directors of concert bands, such as how to warm-up an ensemble properly for both tone and intonation.
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PHILOSOPHY OF THE BAND PROGRAM
ANATOMY OF A REHEARSAL
AUDITIONS AND PART ASSIGNMENTS
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