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The wind-band and its instruments

their history, construction, acoustics, technique and combination, for bandmasters, bandsmen, students and the general reader

by Arthur A. ClappГ©

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Published by W. Reeves in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsML930 C5 W5 1912
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Pagination208p.
Number of Pages208
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Open LibraryOL24361794M

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While the orchestra is a result of centuries of development, the wind band is relatively new. The instrumentation of wind band took many years to regulate and to transform into its modern incarnation. Today, the wind band has a standardized list of instruments and a substantial body of repertoire now considered to be of high artistic : Shannon McKinney. The woodwind section consists of piccolos, flutes, clarinets, oboes, saxophones, and bassoons. Each one of these instruments creates their own unique timbre. In a wind ensemble or symphonic band, these instruments typically take on the melody or play the more virtuosic background parts since there are typically no string instruments.

It was with Beethoven (), Berlioz () and Wagner () that the modern wind band found its origins. With Beethoven the piccolo and contra-bassoon became standard instruments, the trombone began to appear with considerable frequency and the horn section was expanded to four parts. If you haven't picked an instrument yet, try asking your music teacher what instruments are need in the band before you do. It will help improve the sound of your band so they are more entertaining to listen to at concerts. Renting school Instruments. Yes, the school has instruments that the school own that can be rented for $ for the school.


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