Guide to the Tuba Repertoire

Guide to the Tuba Repertoire

The New Tuba Source Book
- Second Edition
Compiled and Edited by R. Winston Morris and Daniel Perantoni
Distribution: World
Publication date: 10/17/2006
Format: cloth 688 pages, 1 b&w illus
7 x 10
ISBN: 978-0-253-34763-3
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Guide to the Tuba Repertoire is the most comprehensive investigation ever undertaken into the literature and discography of any single musical instrument. Under the direction of R. Winston Morris and Daniel Perantoni, this publication represents more than 40 years of research by dozens of leading professionals throughout the world. The guide defines the current status of the tuba and documents its growth since its inception in 1835.

Contributors are Ron Davis, Jeffrey Funderburk, David Graves, Skip Gray, Charles A. McAdams, R. Winston Morris, Mark A. Nelson, Timothy J. Northcut, Daniel Perantoni, Philip Sinder, Joseph Skillen, Kenyon Wilson, and Jerry A. Young.

Author Bio

R. Winston Morris is Professor of Music and Instructor of Tuba and Euphonium at Tennessee Technological University, in Cookeville, Tennessee, where he has been on the faculty since 1967.

Daniel Perantoni is a legendary tuba artist, teacher, and pedagogue. He was given the Lifetime Achievement Award by the executive board of TUBA. He is Professor of Tuba at Indiana University.

Reviews

". . . this is the most definitive book on the tuba found anywhere on planet Earth . . . There is simply no excuse for every serious tubist in the world to not have a copy of this text. It is amazing, it will wow you, and it also contains the most definitive, most comprehensive, most complete listings of all tuba music and recordings ever assembled . . ." —ITEA Journal

". . . outstanding documentation of the low brass repertoire . . . indispensable acquisitions for any library supporting tuba/euphonium studies. . . . Essential. Lower-level undergraduates through professionals/practitioners." —Choice

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Table of Contents

Contents
Foreword (2005), R. Winston Morris and Daniel T. Perantoni
Foreword (1995), Harvey G. Phillips
Preface
Acknowledgments (1995), R. Winston Morris
Acknowledgments (1995), Edward R. Goldstein

1. Music for Tuba and Keyboard, Joseph Skillen/Edward R. Goldstein
Works Listed by Composer
Works Listed by Title
Tuba and Keyboard Collections
Tuba and Keyboard Other than Piano
2. Music for Tuba and Band, Timothy J. Northcut/Skip Gray
3. Music for Tuba and Orchestra, Timothy J. Northcut/Skip Gray
4. Music for Tuba in Mixed Ensemble, Timothy J. Northcut/Skip Gray
5. Music for Unaccompanied Tuba, Philip Sinder/Jeffrey L. Funderburk
6. Music for Tuba and Electronic Media, Philip Sinder/Jeffrey L. Funderburk
7. Music for Multiple Tubas, Kenyon Wilson/Charles A. McAdams
Two Parts
Three Parts
Four Parts
Five Parts
Six Parts
Seven or More Parts
Ensemble Master List by Title
8. Methods and Studies, David D. Graves/Jerry A. Young
9. Orchestral Excerpts, David D. Graves/Jerry A. Young
10. Discography, Ronald Davis/Ronald Davis
Tuba Recordings by Artist
Tuba Recordings by Title
Tuba Recordings by Composer
Addresses of Recording Companies/Distributors

Appendix: Addresses of Publishers and Composers, Compiled by Joseph Skillen
Editors: Biographical Sketches
Index, Kelly Thomas