7 edition of Composers on Composing for Band found in the catalog.
September 28, 2003
by Gia Publications
Written in English
|Contributions||Mallory Thompson (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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This book by Mark Camphouse's is an anthology of several composers and their ideas on the composing process. It offers no specifics of what rules or guidelines these composers Composers on Composing for Band book for writing for band.
They discuss their creative process which is pretty generic and probably could apply to most creative work in the visual or literary arts as Cited by: While volumes 1–3 brought insights into the workings of veteran composers of wind ensemble music such as Frank Ticheli, Andrew Boysen, Jr., and David Maslanka to band directors at all levels, volume 4 centers on young and emerging composers and is full of insights and descriptions of new approaches to writing and performing music for wind.
Composers on Composing for Band gives fresh insight and perspective into the world of music from the ultimate source of its creativity—the composer. The composers give personal perspectives on the creative process, orchestration, commissioning new works, teaching composition, and the future of the wind band.
Get this from a library. Composers on composing for band. [James Barnes; Timothy Broege; Mark Camphouse; David Gillingham; David R Holsinger; Karel Husa; Timothy Mahr; W Francis McBeth; Robert Sheldon; Jack Stamp; Frank Ticheli; Mallory Thompson;] -- Each composer addresses the following topics: Biographical information, The creative process how a composer works.
Get this from a library. Composers on composing for band. [James Barnes; Timothy Broege; Mark Camphouse; David Gillingham; David R Holsinger; Karel Husa; Timothy Mahr; W Francis McBeth; Robert Sheldon; Jack Stamp; Frank Ticheli; Jim Curnow; Johan de Meij; Julie Giroux; Donald Grantham; Robert Jager; Pierre La Plante; David Maslanka; Philip Sparke; Eric Whitacre.
"Arranging for the Concert Band" by Frank Erickson has been the most specific book for band music I've found. This book by Mark Camphouse's is an anthology of several composers and their ideas on the composing process.
It offers no specifics of what rules or guidelines these composers use for writing for band/5. The process of changing it, actually forces you to understand it. This is actually much closer to the way composer were traditionally taught (composers like Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Ravel, Debussy and of course Bach).
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Composers on Composing-for Band offers a wonderful opportunity to establish a relationship with the composers whose music we interpret. The insight that can be gained from this book is rooted in the views of the contributing composers them-selves, and provides greater understanding and respect for compositional processes.
concert band especially marches and am trying to figure out what makes a march vs a popular piece. "Arranging for the Concert Band" by Frank Erickson has been the most specific book for band music I've found.
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