GIA Publications Teaching Music Through Performing Marches - Long & McQuade Music Educator Site
Proudly Canadian since 1956  Canadian Flag
  Main Menu

GIA Publications Teaching Music Through Performing Marches

Departments > Print > Text > Band Text > GIA Publications > Teaching Music Through Performing Marches
Add to Wish List
SKU: # 192512
Model: #

G5684

Online

There's something about a march...

By Carl Chevallard Compiled and edited by Richard Miles

This much-needed volume explores the often ignored and sometimes poorly played genre of traditional marches. Insightful chapters filled with the rich knowledge and experience of a professional military bandsman and music educator, combined with one-of-a-kind resource guides to the best marches ever composed, make this book a must-have!

There is a huge diversity in the marches covered, including the golden age of bands, the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the quicksteps of composers like John Philip Sousa, Henry Fillmore, Alex F. Lithgow, Fred Jewell, and others. This volume is a major contribution to the field of music education.
There are currently no reviews for this product, be the first to write one!