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GERARD KLOPP - Livro Adolphe Sax versão Inglesa

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This lavishly illustrated book narrates also the overwhelming and growing influence of the saxophone in entirely different styles of music such as classic, military and jazz.

GERARD KLOPP - Livro Adolphe Sax versão Francesa

ref: BOOKADLFSXFR


This lavishly illustrated book narrates also the overwhelming and growing influence of the saxophone in entirely different styles of music such as classic, military and jazz.

WindSong Press Limited - Livro Arnold Jacobs Song and Wind

ref: BOOKAJSW


With a career spanning seven decades with the Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Chicago Symphonies, Arnold Jacobs has earned a reputation as a world-class performer. Equally significant are his teachings. During his career, thousands of students have passed through his studio. Finally, there is the definitive book on his career. Arnold Jacobs: Song and Wind is written by Mr. Jacobs’ assistant, Brian Frederiksen, and edited by John Taylor. With a length of 296 pages, material comes from masterclasses, private interviews, previously published writings and contributions from his students and colleagues.

WindSong Press Limited - Livro The Horns of Valhalla - Saga of the Reiter Brothers

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The Reiter brothers, Josef and Xaver, were true heroes of the horn, having filled solo positions in the Munich Opera, other European orchestras in Sondershausen, Hannover, Karlsruhe and the Bayreuth Festival, before coming to America in the latter half of the 1880s. Here they were solo horns of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York Symphony with Damrosch, Scheel’s Orchestra of San Francisco, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the first season of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and finally the New York Philharmonic with Gustav Mahler and Josef Stransky. They appeared as soloists with several of these orchestras. The older brother, Josef, returned to Munich and left us rather early in 1909, but Xaver, with his hair down to his shoulders, lived on in Valhalla, New York, until 1938, a real character to the end of his life!

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