This publication contains the papers from the proceedings of the Historic Brass Society Conference, held in 1999 in Paris. Fourteen papers and two reports on discussion sessions are included and address research, pedagogy, performance, and conservation. Contributors are performers, teachers, scholars, museum curators, an engineer, and a dentist (whmanual supplied the overall format and also the basic text for similar works by later writers. ... set of hunting horn signals that is presented in the time- honored descriptive manner and also printed innovatively in standard musical staff notation.
|Title||:||Brass Scholarship in Review|
|Publisher||:||Pendragon Press - 2006|