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American Wind Band: A Cultural History
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American Wind Band: A Cultural History

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Richard K Hansen
Publisher Gia Publications Inc
Catalog # G6371

Price: $45.00

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American Wind Band: A Cultural History Composed by Richard K Hansen. For book. Published by Gia Publications Inc. (Catalog # G6371, UPC: 9781579994679)

An in-depth volume presented in three parts: 1) The traditions of the ancient Aztecs, the colonial fife and drum corps, the Golden Age of Bands, and the founding of the modern wind band to the present. 2) The information from part one put into the context of U.S. history, the related arts of Western civilization and other American musical events. 3) Exploring directions for future research and the future of the wind band tradition. Comprehensive, well-researched and interesting. ** The perfect gift for band directors and music education majors! **
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