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A major new resource for individual and group woodwind and brass teaching. The Boosey Woodwind and Brass Method provides everything you need for teaching music through the instrument. Its unique approach develops general musical skills through a programme of quality solo and ensemble music, activities and audio CD. And because the method is based on a clear curriculum it provides an easy to use system for teaching – plus all the flexible resources you need for every situation, whether individual, group or mixed instrument teaching.

Every book in THE BOOSEY WOODWIND AND BRASS METHOD contains:
icon_notes A wide variety of solo and ensemble music
icon_group Flexible ensemble music - suitable for any number of players in mixed instrument groups
icon_cd An audio CD with performances, backing tracks and listening activities
icon_rhythm Feeling the rhythm activities
icon_breathe Breathing exercises
icon_write Musical activities - listen and respond, improvise and compose


Contents

A Sad Tale (Norton)
Alla danza tedesca (Beethoven)
Alligator Swamp (Marks)
Autumn (Vivaldi)
Basilica (Barratt)
Bird of Paradise (Barratt)
Bittersweet (Marks)
Blue Tones for Barbara (York)
Bourree (Handel)
Calypso Facto (Norton)
Chromatic Cheesecake (Marks)
Clean Air (Marks)
Colonel Bogey (Alford)
Cover Up (Norton)
Crayfish (Norton)
Dance of Displeasure
Dance with Trumpets (York)
David of the White Rock
Don't Wannabe (Norton)
Elegie (Barratt)
Estonian Round
Farewell to Stromness (Davies)
Feeling Sunny (Norton)
Fine Fun for Fanfare Teens (Marks)
Flying Away (Marks)
Galliard
Ghana Allelulia
Golden Sand (Norton)
Hero's Farewell
High Hopes (Morgan)
I'll Eat my Hat (Marks)
In Paris (Norton)
Italian Connection (Barratt)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach)
Jewish Wedding Song
Kind of Lovely (Marks)
Kookaburra
La la la koora (Jenkins)
Lannigan's Ball
Les trois rois
Londonderry Air
Long Shadows (Marks)
Lullaby for Lucy (Davies)
Lullaby of Birdland (Wales & Shearing)
Marcia di Camelo (Stadler)
Michael, Row the Boat Ashore
Miller's Crossing (Norton)
Minuet (Bach)
My Cavalier
Nikosi Sikelel' iAfrika (Sontonga)
Off the Rails (Norton)
On the Waves of Lake Balaton
Over the Moon (Marks)
Pavan (Gervaise)
Promenade (Mussorgsky)
Regretfully Yours (Norton)
Sit up and Beg! (Barratt)
The College Hornpipe
The Entertainer (Joplin)
The Irish Washerwoman
The Parson's Farewell
The Peacock Followed the Hen
The Steam Boat
The Windmills of Your Mind (Legrand, Bergman)
Theme from Sonata no. 12 (Mozart)
Tiger Leap (Marks)
Troika (Prokofieff)
Two-part Invention (Barratt)
Vocalise alla valse (York)
Walking the Line (Marks)
Well, Did you Ever? (Porter)
Yellow Bird


Press Reviews

"uncomplicated, thorough, entertaining and very musical ... quite an achievement for a tutor book ... students will enjoy learning from this method ...... a valuable resource for all teachers"

"Great for introducing children to an all-round approach to music making ..... the music is varied in style and genre and could be adapted for mixed-instrument groups if necessary. All in all an exciting and innovative method"
(MMA Journal, September 2003)

"Outstanding books in every way imaginable .... I am absolutely hooked on these books and so are my pupils. ..... As a method it covers all aspects of technique and comes with a CD. ...... There are endless opportunities to composer, improvise, listen and to play in mixed ensembles ... well done to everyone involved!"
(Winds, Autumn 2003)

Customer Reviews

"I am a full time woodwind teacher for Hampshire Music Service and I wanted to let you know that the Boosey Woodwind Method has made my life much easier! The children love it and it gets them playing rhythmically and musically from day one."
By: anon customer


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