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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the euphonium.


Six Superlative Sources

· The Tuba Family, by Clifford Bevan, 2nd edition, Piccolo Press, 2000.

· Practical Hints on Playing the Baritone (Euphonium), by Brian L. Bowman in collaboration with James Ployhar, Warner Bros, 1983.

· An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Contemporary Euphonium Solo Literature by American Composers, by David Miles, Tuba-Euphonium Press, 1995.

· I.T.E.A. Journal. (1971-current), published by the International Tuba Euphonium Association (formerly Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association).

· Euphonium and Bass Trumpet Orchestral Excerpts, compiled and annotated by Ken Shifin, Virgo Music Publishers, 1995.

· Musical Wind Instruments, by Adam Carse, Da Cap Press, 1965.

Other Excellent Sources

· The Art of Euphonium Playing, by Arthur Lehman, Vol. I and II, Tuba-Euphonium Press, 1996.

· The Euphonium and 4-Valve Brass: An Advance Tutor, by Harold T. Brasch, Tuba-Euphonium Press, 1996.

· Twentieth-Century Brass Soloists, by Michael Meckna, Greenwood Press, 1994.

· Brass Bibliography, by Mark J. Fasman, Indiana University Press, 1990.

· French Music for Low Brass Instruments, by J. Mark Thompson and Jeffrey Jon Lemke, Indiana University Press, 1994.

· Low Brass Guide, by John R. Griffiths, 2nd edition, E. Williams Music Publishing Company, 1999.

· Euphonium Music Guide, by David Werden and Denis Winter.

· Scoring for Euphonium, by David Werden, Cimarron Music and Productions, 1989.

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