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Most popular Light orchestral & big band music books

The most popular Light orchestral & big band music books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Wizard of Oz
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Mythologies Romandes: Gustave Doret Et La Musique Nationale
Doret fut l'un des compositeurs romands les plus significatifs pour le sentiment collectif national. Cet ouvrage s'interesse au role que la musique tient dans la construction d'une identite regionale en Suisse. Premiere contribution scientifique d'envergure a la bibliographie sur Doret, il vise a casser son image univoque.
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Musik an Den Welfenhoefen
Der Musik an den Welfenhoefen, die insbesondere in Wolfenbuttel und Hannover eine tragende Reprasentationsfunktion hatte, kam im 17. und 18. Jh. uberregionale Bedeutung zu. Als Liebhaber der venezianischen Oper und Bewunderer der Hoffuhrung von Ludwig XIV. etablierten deren Herzoege eine geradezu europaisch gepragte Musikszene.
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Popov's Parade
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Red River
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Complete Keyboard Player: Songbook 2
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Paper Tangos
Tango. A multidimensional expression of Argentine identity, one that speaks to that nation's sense of disorientation, loss, and terror. Yet the tango mesmerises dancers and audiences alike throughout the world. This title examines the poetics of the tango while describing author's own quest to dance this most dramatic of paired dances.
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Dance and the Music of J. S. Bach, Expanded Edition
An expanded edition of a favourite Bach book!
9
Toscanini
A rare glimpse into the life of the conductor considered to be the greatest of all time.
10
Glenn Miller Declassified
The story of American musical legend, Glenn Miller, and the true tragedy and resolution of his mysterious disappearance.
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STUDYING POPULAR MUSIC
Studying Popular Music contends that popular music can be properly understood only through interdisciplinary study methods. He demonstrates this through a critical analysis of issues from the political economy of popular music, its history and ethnography, to its aesthetics and ideology.
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Orchestral Anthology 3 Dance Episodes from "on the Town"/Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story"
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Dubliners' Songbook
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Serge Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 2 In E Minor, Op. 27 In Full Score
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Composing and Arranging for the Contemporary Big Band
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Hawaiian Hula `Olapa: Stylized Embodiment, Percussion, and Chanted Oral Poetry
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Hearing the Cloud: Can music help reimagine the future?
How do platform technologies change the way we listen, and can music help reimagine the future?
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Frank Sinatra Anthology
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Stardust: The Bible of the Big Bands
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Essential Jerome Kern Songbook
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Hunchback Of Notre Dame
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Musical Identities and European Perspective: An Interdisciplinary Approach
This book focuses on the relationship between identity and music in Europe from different angles. It takes two basic categories into account: identities in music and music in identities. The authors provide studies on identity construction in different historical and geographical contexts.
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On the Threshold of Knowing: Lectures and Performances in Art and Academia
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Red River