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Most popular Brass band, military music & marches books

The most popular Brass band, military music & marches books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Hymns for the Fallen: Combat Movie Music and Sound after Vietnam
Shows how the domain of sound, a rich and culturally resonant aspect of the cinema, not only invokes the realities of war, but also shapes the American audience's engagement with soldiers and veterans as flesh-and-blood representatives of the nation. This book explores all three elements of film sound-dialogue, sound effects, music.
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Popov's Parade
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Red River
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Clevenger French Horn Method Book 1
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Marching Band Techniques
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Singing, Soldiering, and Sheet Music in America during the First World War
Military culture and sheet music writers understood music to have the power to help create a strong military and community in the face of conflict. This study of sheet music and military singing practices critically situates them in the context of the war and in social discourses, including issues of social change, segregation, and suffrage.
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Cambridge Encyclopedia of Brass Instruments
The first of its kind, this definitive guide to all known brass musical instruments covers all periods of western art music as well as antiquity, popular music, jazz and the music of non-western cultures. It contains a vast resource of factual information for students that will be new even to musicians and music academics.
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Battles
Battles was written for the restoration of the epic 1927 silent film The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands, and was commissioned by the British Film Institute (BFI) in 2013. There it has been edited for symphonic wind orchestra with percussion and harp.
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Commemorating Gallipoli through Music: Remembering and Forgetting
This book examines the role of music and musicians in commemorating the Gallipoli Campaign (1915-6). It shows how music-making can be used to uncover the multiple identities and complex positionalities of former combatants who wish to memorialize a military catastrophe that coincided with the foundation of nation states.
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Singing, Soldiering, and Sheet Music in America during the First World War
Military culture and sheet music writers understood music to have the power to help create a strong military and community in the face of conflict. This study of sheet music and military singing practices critically situates them in the context of the war and in social discourses, including issues of social change, segregation, and suffrage.
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Smoke Sketches
Daniel is one of the most gifted of the rising generation of composers writing for brass bands. Smoke Sketches was composed at the invitation of Brass Bands England for the Intermediate Section of the 2017 National Youth Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. Band Grade 3/4, duration 8 minutes.
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Soul Bossa Nova
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Red River