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Composer's Insight Vol 1

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Voicing/Format book
Arranger Timothy Salzman
Publisher Meredith Music Publications
Catalog # 00317131

Price: $29.95

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Composer's Insight Vol 1 Arranged by Timothy Salzman. For book. Published by Meredith Music Publications. (Catalog # 00317131, UPC: 073999135855)

A Composer's Insight, Volume 1 - with a foreword by Michael Colgrass - is the first in a five-volume series on major contemporary composers and their works for wind band. Included in this initial volume are rare, behind-the-notes perspectives acquired from personal interviews with each composer. An excellent resource for conductors, composers or enthusiasts interested in acquiring a richer musical understanding of the composers' training, compositional approach, musical influences and interpretative ideas. Features the music of: Timothy Broege, Michael Colgrass, Michael Daugherty, David Gillingham, John Harbison, Karel Husa, Alfred Reed and others.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALFRED REED  
CINDY MCTEE  
DAVID GILLINGHAM  
DAVID STANHOPE  
JAMES SYLER  
JOHN HARBISON  
JOSEPH SCHWANTNER  
KAREL HUSA  
MICHAEL COLGRASS  
MICHAEL DAUGHERTY  
TIMOTHY BROEGE  
YASUHIDE ITO  

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