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The Wind Band Masterworks

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Willis M Rapp
Publisher Meredith Music Publications
Catalog # 00317147

Price: $24.95

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The Wind Band Masterworks Composed by Willis M Rapp. For book. Published by Meredith Music Publications. (Catalog # 00317147, UPC: 073999171471)

With this superb text, Dr. Rapp gives the wind band community both a historical and musical insight into three of its most revered composers. His study of their band works' evolvement through traditional folk music will serve as a fascinating resource, giving both veteran and novice conductors an invaluable understanding of the band repertoire's formative stages.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
A GRAINGER DISCOGRAPHY  
A HOLST DISCOGRAPHY  
A VAUGHAN WILLIAMS DISCOGRAPHY  
CHAPTER 1: GUSTAV HOLST  
CHAPTER 2: RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS  
CHAPTER 3: PERCY ALDRIDGE GRAINGER  
CHAPTER 4: FOLK SONGS IN BAND MASTERWORK  
CHAPTER 5: FOLK SONG SOURCES  
ENGLISH FOLK SONG SUITE  
ENGLISH WALTZ  
FIRST SUITE IN E-FLAT FOR MILITARY BAND  
HAMMERSMITH PRELUDE AND SCHERZO  
INTRODUCTION  
LINCOLNSHIRE POSY  
MOLLY ON THE SHORE  
SEA SONGS  
SECOND SUITE IN F FOR MILITARY BAND  
TOCCATA MARZIALE  

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