5 essentials books for tuba players
5 books that let you go in depth of the history, technic,
repertoire, performance and teaching of tuba and euphonium.
THE TUBA FAMILY: written by Clillord Bevan, It shows us
the history of the tuba and its intercessors, like Serpent
and ophicleidc and other kinds oi tuba. It contains some
musical examples, photos an drawings.
7/T‘r? IIi«I~I . THE III or IUBAIND EUPHONIUM: This book speaks about
the basic concepts that we need to control to beagreal teacher.
. ... ..-. ... ... ... ... .. ALSO SPIIIIH IIINIID JIIIIBS: Great work that speaks about
‘"“"""‘”'”"""“'" the more important aspects ol Arnold Jacobs pedagogic. It includes
subiels like the concept ol sound, breathing exercises, breathing
devices and basic routines lor tuba.
GUIDE lo the IUBII ilEPEili0lllE: Avery interesting review of
all tuba music publications. irganized by instrumentation,
It includes comments about the diilicully and music style.
Highly recommended lortuba teachers, soloists and
*' , AIINIILD JlllillBS, SONG AND WIND: Bedside bookior
7 f ' everyluba player and highly recommended for Brass musicians.
,9 The Chicago Symphony Urquesla tuba playcrwas one ollhe
more remarkable pedagogisl olsecond partoi 8. IX.
* His studies changed the way olluba leaching and also the
. :9 ~ , olherwindinstrumenls.
David Munoz Velazquez
www. davidtuba. com
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