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Si Int Ensemble Development

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format French Horn
Composer Boonshaft/Bernotas
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Sound Innovations
Catalog # 34584

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Si Int Ensemble Development Composed by Boonshaft/Bernotas. For French Horn. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 34584, UPC: 038081383521)

Sound Innovations: Ensemble Development is a valuable resource for helping you r students grow in their understanding and abilities as ensemble musicians. It contains 412 exercises, including more than 70 chorales by some of today's mo st renowned concert band composers. An assortment of exercises is grouped by k ey and presented in a variety of intermediate difficulty levels. Where possibl e, several exercises in the same category are provided to allow variety, while still accomplishing the goals of that specific type of exercise. You will not ice that many exercises and chorales are clearly marked with dynamics, articul ations, style, and tempo for students to practice those aspects of performance . Other exercises are intentionally left flexible for the teacher to determine how best to use the

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