Historic Brass Today - Issue 2 - Spring 2022

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Welcome to the second issue of Historic Brass Today!

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Table of Contents

Title Author
Editorial: Introducing Historic Brass Today Michael O'Connor, Stanley Curtis, Joanna Hersey
Scratching the Musical Itch Susan Wilcox
Snapshots in Band History: America's Prison Bands Bryan Proksch
Book Review: Corno da Capo: The Life and Adventures of an 18th Century Horn Player by Richard Seraphinoff Nathanael Udell
Archive Corner Ed. Joanna Hersey
Sax Appeal: Ivy Benson and Her All-Girl Band Janet Tennant
Jazz: The Trombone in the Hard Bop Era: An Exploration of the Improvisational Styles of Curtis Fuller and Locksely "Slide" Hampton (1955-1964 Emmet C. Goods, DMA
Lost Again: The New Romney Trumpet Louise Bacon and Sabine Klaus
Interview: Stanley Curtis Interviews Wayne Pearcy Stanley Curtis
La Enseñanza Musical en las Escoletas de las Bandas Filharmónicas de la Región Mixe de Oaxaca, México Mercedes Payán
Adrian France - Current and Upcoming Projects Adrian France
Drum and Bugle Corps: John Simpson and the Greatest Bugle Solo Ever Performed Richard Garcia
Featured Instrument: Bariton Saxhorn in B-flat by Graves & Co, Boston, 1851 Ed. Chris Belluscio
Course Report: The Music of Venice: English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble, Chantry Singers, Guildford, UK, January 15, 2022 Michael Mullen
CD Review: Rose City Brass Company Susy Wilcox
CD Review: The Myth of Venice David Jarratt-Knock
CD Review: Beauty and the Brass Jason Dovel
CD Review: Origin of the Species Revisited (in German and English) Adrian von Steiger


DOI: 10.2153/03.krs210