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Tuning For Wind Instruments

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Shelley Jagow
Publisher Meredith Music Publications
Catalog # 00110268

Price: $24.99

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Tuning For Wind Instruments Composed by Shelley Jagow. For book. Published by Meredith Music Publications. (Catalog # 00110268, UPC: 884088861292)

The most complete intonation resource for band directors! This book contains everything a music educator requires to approach fine-tuning intonation with their ensemble: learn the origin of our pitch tuning standard • understand when to apply equal tempered vs. just tempered tuning • calculate the proper harmonic ratios for fine-tuning chords • identify the best tuning notes for each instrument • 14 steps for tuning chords • properly tune brass slides • improve your knowledge with over 70 tuning truths and myths. In addition to the above content, this resource includes intonation charts for tracking personal progress, along with extensively researched color-coded fingering charts for every instrument providing pitch tendencies and suggestions for alternate fingerings.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BEST TUNING NOTES BY INSTRUMENT  
BLANK INTONATION CHARTS BY INSTRUMENT  
EQUAL TEMPERED VS PURE INTERVAL TUNING  
FINGERING CHARTS: PITCH TENDENCY & ALTS.  
HOW TO TUNE SLIDES OF BRASS INSTRUMENTS  
INTERVALS COME IN DIFFERENT SIZES  
ORIGIN/COMMON PITCH TUNING STANDARD A440  
TEACHING THE CONCEPT OF INTONATION  
TUNING - AN ONGOING PROCESS  
TUNING MATRIX BY INSTRUMENT  
TUNING TRUTHS  
14 STEPS FOR TUNING CHORDS  
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