Details about 1951 Band & Orchestra Handbook - Brass WoodwindSee original listing
Oct 12, 2012
Saint Louis, MO, United States
1951 Band and Orchestra Handbook (21st Edition) published by Pan American Band Instruments a Division of Conn
Very nice condition. A previous owner's name in the inside cover of 1955 and a few small marks inside the book. Also includes a copyright 1933 Clarinet Chart.
- Music and the Basic Objectives of Education
- Organizing the Band or Orchestra
- The Pan-American Music Aptitude Test
- Instruments and Fingering Charts
- Proper Care of Instruments
- The Mechanics of Music
- Seating Plans and Tuning Charts
- Recording and Broadcasting
- Fund Raising Ideas
- Band and Orchestra Summer School
Thumbnail Biographies of Famous Composers
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