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  1. Game of Practice, The

    Composer: Frey, Adam
    Instrumentation: Euphonium Methods/Studies/Etudes Instruments: Euphonium, Piano
    Genre: Contemporary

    A new look at fundamental practice presented by Adam Frey. The Game of Practice features extensive background and understanding into how to organize your practice around a player's strengths and weaknesses. The overall guidance, work sheets, and concepts on setting goals and monitoring progress will help create a greater sense of awareness, progress and achievement. This 100 page book features insightful approaches to building your skills of Breathing, Buzzing, Articulation, Flexibility, and Technique!

    Another amazing aspect of The Game of Practice involves its use of videos with QR Codes, "Tech Tips" and "Tool Tips" that educate players about how to measure their progress with various technology and tools. Finally, scattered throughout are "Tips from the Top." These commentaries feature wisdom and humor from Adam Frey's 20 year career as a soloist and teacher.

    A portion of all sales of The Game of Practice will be donated to help fund the Earle Louder Fellowships from the Euphonium Foundation.

     

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  2. Solo Etudes for Euphonium

    Composer: Uber, David
    Instrumentation: Euphonium Methods/Studies/Etudes
    Genre: Etude/method
    12 Advanced Etudes Learn More

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  3. Studies in Ancient Irish Song

    Composer: Cottrell, Jeffrey
    Genre: Etude/method

    "Studies in Ancient Irish Song" serves several purposes for the brass student. One is to give younger players an introduction to lyrical playing which will help prepare them for the greater demands made by the Bordogni and Concone etudes. Another is to challenge more advanced players with the techniques of phrasing and dynamic control required for pleasing melodic interpretation. They can be also used as part of one’s warm-up routine once some of the etudes become more familiar, providing players of all levels with beautiful, flowing melodies to warm-up the “musical” part of our playing that sometimes is overlooked in a daily routine. The performer should feel free to add dynamics to the ones already provided in the etudes. Breath marks are not provided, however, so that one may have more of a challenge in interpreting the phrases. 

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