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Musical Instruments

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  • The Cambridge Companion to the Clarinetby Colin Lawson

    Cambridge University Press 1995; US$ 36.00 US$ 29.52

    This practical guide is an essential and stimulating reference book for all clarinet enthusiasts. more...

  • The Cambridge Companion to the Pianoby David Rowland

    Cambridge University Press 1998; US$ 32.00 US$ 26.24

    A Companion to the piano, one of the world's most popular instruments. more...

  • The Cambridge Companion to Brass Instrumentsby Trevor Herbert; John Wallace

    Cambridge University Press 1997; US$ 40.00 US$ 32.80

    An invaluable overview of the history, technical and musical development of brass instruments. more...

  • Dennis Brainby Stephen Pettitt

    Faber & Faber 2012; US$ 20.41

    Dennis Brain is recognized as perhaps the greatest horn player the world has known. He helped rescue the horn from the obscurity in which it had languished for over a century, and revived the public's faith in it as a major solo instrument. Brain restored to the concert platform concertos by Mozart and Haydn, and inspired contemporary composers to... more...

  • David Craigheadby Tandy Reussner; Kerala J. Snyder

    Scarecrow Press 2009; US$ 54.99

    In addition to being a biography of his life, David Craighead: Portrait of an American Organist includes many quotes and anecdotes by Craighead, his fellow colleagues, and former students. It also contains facsimiles of musical examples, personal memorabilia, letters, and recital programs; a complete listing of his recitals from 1942 to 1998; a comprehensive... more...

  • A History of the Tromboneby David M. Guion

    Scarecrow Press 2010; US$ 99.99

    This book, the first in the American Wind Band series, is a comprehensive account of the development of the trombone, from its initial form as a 14th-century Medieval trumpet to its alterations in the 15th century; from its marginalized use in a particular Renaissance ensemble to its acceptance in various kinds of artistic and popular music in the... more...

  • The Baroque Double Bass Violoneby Alfred Planyavsky; James Barket

    Scarecrow Press 1998; US$ 97.99

    The most exhaustive study of the double bass violone accessible to English-speaking musical enthusiasts. This book includes lists of terminology, the most comprehensive bibliography to date, and 48 illustrations that make this a complete compendium of string bass research. more...

  • Inside Conductingby Christopher Seaman

    Boydell & Brewer Group Ltd 2013; US$ 29.95

    What does a conductor actually do? How much effect does he or she have? Can the orchestra manage without one? Why don't the players look at the conductor more? Is it necessary for the conductorto play every instrument? What about interpretation? What happens at rehearsals? Why do some conductors "thrash around" more than others? Who's the boss in a... more...

  • The Show Must Go Onby Gareth Davies

    Elliott & Thompson 2013; US$ 8.47

    A memoir of the London Symphony Orchestra on tour in the US and beyond, focusing on their historical first visit to America in 1912 when they were due to sail on the Titanic, and their most recent travels. Gareth Davies, Principal Flautist at the LSO, tells the remarkable story of a groundbreaking expedition through recently discovered diaries, archive... more...

  • Pianists on Playingby Linda J. Noyle

    Scarecrow Press 2000; US$ 45.99

    Twelve internationally-known keyboard artists discuss their daily lives of practicing and performing. more...