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Warm-Up Fundamentals
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Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer Gausline/Balmages
Publisher Fjh Music Company, Inc.
Grade 3+

Price: $70.00

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Catalog #B1494

UPC code: 674398229239

A daily ensemble routine in a practical format! Warm-up Fundamental was conceived as a tool for directors to use as part of a daily ensemble routine. It covers important fundamental concepts such as breathing, long tones, interval slurs, articulation, flexibility, chords, and chorales. Each section breaks concepts down to their most fundamental elements before integrating them together. This gradual approach to the ensemble warm-up helps extend the practical applications of these exercises well into rehearsals and performances. Each instrument part fits on one folded piece of paper, so it's extremely practical in size and can fit easily inside a folder without issue. These warm-ups are also ideal for guest conducting appearances such as honor bands, where conductors need to achieve a uniform sound in a short amount of time.

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