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Symphonic Techniques For Band

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Voicing/Format Percussion
Composer Claude T Smith
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Catalog # 25320140

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Symphonic Techniques For Band Composed by Claude T Smith. For Percussion. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 25320140, UPC: 073999133608)

Claude T. Smith drew upon his years of experience working with bands all over the world to develop this creative ensemble techniques method that gives all you need to warm-up your group and systematically improve your ensemble. This powerful resource includes: Over 150 studies built around 32 technical exercises Varied meters All major and minor band keys Carefully notated articulations and dynamic nuances Long-tone version of the focus major and minor scale at the beginning of each exercise 13 chorales in the full range of keys A wide variety of styles And of course, each exercise is full of the creativity of one of the world's most respected composers.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL GLORY LAUD AND HONOR SMITH C  
AMAZING GRACE SMITH C  
COME THOU ALMIGHTY KING SMITH,C. DE GIARDINI  
CRUSADERS' HYMN SMITH C  
ECHO CAROL SMITH C  
GOD OF ABRAHAM PRAISE,THE SMITH C  
I SING THE ALMIGHTY POWER OF GOD SMITH C  
LORD GOD WE ALL PRAISE THEE SMITH C  
O GOD BENEATH THY GUIDING HAND SMITH C  
O WORSHIP THE KING SMITH C  
REJOICE THE LORD IS KING SMITH C  
SICILIAN MELODY SMITH C  

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