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Conductor's Interpretive Analysis of Mas
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Composer Fennell, Frederick
Publisher Meredith Music Publications

Price: $19.95

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Catalog #00317178

UPC code: 884088242015

Frederick Fennell, widely acknowledged as the “dean of American band conductors,” has freely shared what he called “long-distilled thoughts” about the world's greatest music for band. In this collection, he covers original scores by Persichetti, Hanson, Schuman and Chance, as well as classic works by Wagner and Holst. Fennell's clear and to-the-point analysis/interpretations are based on a lifetime of careful research, rehearsals, and professional performances. In this informative work, you will find inspiration for a truly superior presentation of these masterworks for band. Includes: Divertimento for Band (Persichetti) • Symphony for Band (Persichetti) • Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (Wagner) • Chorale and Alleluia (Hanson) • George Washington Bridge (W. Schuman) • A Moorside Suite (Holst) • Variations on a Korean Folk Song (Chance) • I Really Do Love Marches! (Fennell).

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