Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to brass instruments / edited by Trevor Herbert and John Wallace.


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Introduction Trevor Herbert and John Wallace
1. Lip-vibrated instruments of the ancient and non-western world Margaret Sarkissian
2. How brass instruments work Arnold Myers
3. Design, technology and manufacture before 1800 Robert Barclay
4. Brass instruments in art music in the Middle Ages Keith Polk
5. The cornett Bruce Dickey
6. 'Sackbut': the early trombone Trevor Herbert
7. The trumpet before 1800 Edward H. Tarr
8. The horn in the Baroque and Classical periods Thomas Hiebert
9. Design, technology and manufacture since 1800 Arnold Myers
10. Keyed brass Ralph T. Dudgeon
11. The low brass Clifford Bevan
12. Brass in the modern orchestra Simon Wills
13. Brass bands and other vernacular brass traditions Trevor Herbert
14. Playing, learning and teaching brass Ralph T. Dudgeon, Phillip Eastop, Trevor Herbert and John Wallace
15. The post-classical horn Robert Evans
16. Jazz, improvisation and brass Roger Dean
17. Brass solo and chamber music from 1800 John Wallace
18. Frontiers or byways? Brass instruments in avant-garde music Simon Wills.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Brass instruments