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TIM LAUTZENHEISER JOHN HIGGINS CHARLES MENGHINI PAUL LAVENDER TOM C. RHODES DON BIERSCHENK COMPREHENSIVE BAND METHOD TIM LAUTZENHEISER JOHN HIGGINS CHARLES MENGHINI PAUL LAVENDER TOM C. RHODES DON BIERSCHENK is... [Mlaking music with a family ofifelong friends dedication lead to success Sharing the joy and rewards of working togethe Individuals who develop self.confidence reativty—expressing yourself ina universal language Band's... MUSICE Strike up the band, Tim Lautzeneiser ins of the oboe can be traced to late 13th century shawms. This family of double reed instruments was prominently featured in music of the Middle Ages (500-1430), Frenchman Jean Hotterre is credited with inventing the oboe in 1660. The name “oboe” is actually a mispronunciation of hautbois the original French word for a“high wood" shawm strument. In the 19th century, instrument makers created an oboe fingering system modeled after the flute designed by Boehm. Today, most oboes are made with the Boehm system. The oboe family includes the Oboe in C (the most common), Oboe d’Amore in A and the English Horn in F. In concert band and orchestra, the oboe plays solos and blends with other woodwind instruments. Its the highest pitched double reed instrument. CRE. Bach, Beethoven, Mahler, R. Strauss and Vaughan Williams are important composers who have included the oboe in their writing. Famous oboe performers include Heinz Holliger and John DeLancie. ISBN 0-634-00312-7 Copytight © 1999 by H International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved INARD CORPORATION HAL*LEONARD THE BASICS Postur: Sit on the edge of your chair, and always keep your: + Spine straight and tall + Shoulders back and relaxed + Feet flat on the floor Breathing & Airstream Breathing is a natural thing we all do constantly. To discover the correct airstream to play your instrument + Place the palm of your hand near your mouth. + Inhale deeply through the comers of your mouth, keeping your shoulders steady. Your waist should expand like a balloon. + Slowly whisper too” as you gradually exhale air into your palm. The air you feel is the airstream. It produces sound through the instrument. Your tongue is like a faucet or valve that releases the airstream. Producing The Essential Tone Your embouchure (ahm “-bah-shure) is your mouths position on. the reed. A good embouchure takes time and effort, so carefully follow these steps for success: + Soak your reed in a small container of water, such as a camera film case. + Open your mouth so your teeth are slightly apart. + Roll your lower lip over your bottom teeth. Remove the reed from the water. Gently place the tip of the reed on the center of your lower lip. + Cover your upper teeth with your upper lip, and firmly close your lips around the reed. Your lips support the reed. Be sure your teeth do not touch it. + Adjust the position of the reed so the tip barely touches your tongue. REED WORKOUT Taking Care Of Your Instrument Before putting your instrument back in its case after playing, do the following: + Carefully remove the reed and blow air through it. Return to reed case. + Gently twist apart the upper and lower sections. Drop a weighted swab through the lower section and pull it out the bell. Return the lower section and the bell to the case. + Swab out the upper section or clean it with an oboe feather and retum it to the case. Form your embouchure with the reed in place and take a deep breath without raising your shoulders. Whisper"too" and gradually exhale your full airstream. Strive for an even tone. OoO—— | REST | oo | REST “too” “too” Getting It Together Step 1 Soak your reed (see page 2). Rub a small amount of cork grease on all corks, if needed. Clean hands. Step 2 Hold the upper section near the top with your left hand, Grasp the lower section with your right hand, holding it near the bottom. Gently twist the upper and lower sections together. The upper section's bridge key(s) must be directly over the lower section's, bridge keys), Step 3 Hold the instrument near the top of the upper section with your left hand. Grasp the bell with your right hand. Press down on the round bell key, raising it Twist the bell onto the cork of the lower section. The bell bridge key must be directly over the bottom bridge key. Step 4 Put the reed in your mouth (see page 2). Form your embouchure and blow forcefully through the reed to remove excess water. Carefully insert the cork of the reed all the way into the reed well on the upper section. Step 5 Put your right thumb under the thumb rest. Place your left thumb just below the octave key. Your fingers should curve naturally. Hold the oboe as shown: ;—bell READING MUSIC Identify and draw each of these symbols: Music Staff Ledger Lines Measures & Bar Lines = Measure Measure = s A ry _— Bar Line BarLine Bar Line The music staff Ledger lines extend Bar lines divide the music staff has 5 lines and 4 the music staf. into measures. spaces where Notes on ledger lines notes and rests can be above or are written. below the staff. TILE Long Tone o——_——_* 1. THE FIRST NOTE tg. Hold each long tone until your teacher tells you to rest. To begin, we'll use a special “Long Tone” note. Hold the tone until your teacher tells you to rest. Practice long tones each day to develop your sound. 8 >. REST— Cc —— REST — 9. $ 8 = ’4 Toplay C."place your fingers on the keys as shown. The Beat ‘The beat isthe pulse of music and like your heartbeat should remain very steady. Counting aloud and foot-tapping help us maintain a steady beat. Tap your foot down on each Notes And Rests Notes tellus how high or low to play by their placement on a line or space ofthe music staff,and how long to play by their shape. Rests tel us to count silent beats. number and up on each &” One beat = 1 & 2 QuarterNote = 1 beat ner 2 QuarterRest = 1silentbeat 2. COUNT AND PLAY Count: Top: 3. A NEW NOTE lg Look for the fing diagram with each new note. This note i B> (B-flat), REST IO—————_—> REST 4, TWO’S A TEAM Count & Tap Tezaesese Te2es ase Te2eseHe TH2es Hae 5. HEADING DOWN lle Practice long tones on each new note. REST — = REST ) ‘io = os 6. MOVING ON UP err? T Terzeseda goo ojo tt Count&Top 1H2R3SR4H TH2PHZE4E Tare sada ECC) To begin, we'll use a special “Long Tone’ note. Hold the tone until your — Long Tone teacher tells you to rest. Practice long tones each day to develop your sound. 1. THE FIRST NOTE Hold each long tone until your teacher tells you to rest. REST Faun forked <4 To play “place your fingers on the keys as shown. Practice this ‘rewire Feaerg exercise using both the “regular” and the Yorked’ fingering for "E.” The Beat Notes And Rests ‘The beat isthe pulse of music, and like your heartbeat it "Notes tel us how high or low to play by their placement on should remain very steady. Counting aloud and foot-tapping a line or space of the music staff, and how long to play by help us maintain a steady beat. Tap your foot down on each their shape. Rests tell us to count silent beats. number and up on each"&.” J One beat = 1 & Quarter Note = 1 beat batt 2 QuarterRest = 1 silent beat 2. COUNT AND PLAY Practice this exercise using both the “regular” and the “forked fingering for“F.” Count: 1 2esaae Top: Cr yrit ce oe oe ae ® 1 3. ANEW NOTE Look for the fingering diagram with each new note. This note is“E>(E-flat).” Sb G Eb sr —REST = 3 = Use the haif-hole key on E-flat. 4. TWO’S A TEAM 1. Use the ‘forked’ fingering. Coma: 1e& 2&3 &4e 18283 84a 1e2es ee 1H2HREaE 5. HEADING DOWN Dir = REST— Use the hait-hole key on D. 6. MOVING ON UP ¥ Use the “forked fingering. CountaTop: TH2 3 H4H 1H2HZ AFH 1LAaez_e see THe2zHTESE The forked" fingering makes it easier to play F* when moving to or from "E"or°D.” Trees indicates the end 7 Without stopping, play once Double Bar —— of a piece of music. Repeat Sign again from the beginning. 7. THE LONG HAUL le Double Bar ¥ 3 - 3 = = = G at Ee REST S 5 REST i = 8. FOUR BY FOUR Repeat Sign cout: 14283848 18283848 Tae2e3e4e T1E2 43848 9. TOUCHDOWN ‘ alt i —=—<— 2 10. THE FAB FIVE Peres ase 18203 04H TH2OF HH TAPE HAE Treble Clef Time Signature Note Names (Gclef) indicates how many beats per measure Each noteis on aline or space ofthe staff. These indicates the ‘and what kind of note gets one beat. note names are indicated by the Treble Clef. position of note ‘names on a music ‘4 beats per measure staff: Second line Quarter note gets one beat 5G. oO Sharp {raises the note and remains in effect for the entire measure, Flat by lowers the note and remains in effect for the entire measure. Natural § cancels fiat or sharp (#) and remains in effect for the entire measure, 11, READING THE NOTES Compare this to exercise 10, THE FAB FIVE. === SS a Terzeseee terzecsess Terese se TAazaR AAS 12. FIRST FLIGHT = SSS 13. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ (Fill in the remaining note names before playing. SSS we — GA indicate: Double Bar 7. THE LONG HAUL 8. FOUR BY FOUR a2es eae Count & Tap: 1 9. TOUCHDOWN Cee rd s the end of a piece of music. Use Torked’ fingering. 7 Terzesage Repeat Sign Ta2zezsage Without stopping, play once again from the beginning. Double Bar a -REST— Roll your fist finger tothe half-hole key. 7 Repeat Sign y Te2zesege - REST = SS le : Bi: = 10. THE FAB FIVE 1 Use forked” fingering SSS SSS et Taerzaesaede Te2resage Te2azsade Te2ze3zaae Treble Clef Time Signature Note Names (Ger) indicates how many beats per measure Each note is on a line or space of the staff. These indicates the and what kind of note gets one beat. note names are indicated by the Treble Clef, position of note names on a music ‘A beats per measure Quarter note gets one beat 3 staff: Second line is Sharp — ¢ raises the note and remains in effect for the entire measure. Flat b lowers the note and remains in effect for the entire measure, Natural § cancels fat (y or sharp () and remains in effect for the entire measure. 11, READING THE NOTES compare this to exercise 10, THE FAB FIVE. 7 Use forked” fingering ee Dates ese 1e2zesece 12. FIRST FLIGHT ©=Use ‘forked fingering, SSS = 13. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS EI oe Ts Notes In Revi s 3 4 4 } s In Review 2. g. 2. Rae re asais Se ph Se et See Sa Eh e = = = for the notes you've learned: 14, ROLLING. ALONG pe (=> se ae =——t Ss Half Note Half Rest = Oo > Double Bar y SS | do —> -2 00m = 2 Silent Beats =— - SE Tere te2ze 15. RHYTHM RAP Clap the rhythm while counting and tapping. lop Repeat Sign get 14J 4A df Jee d etd La2esade 14283848 1H205N4e THETA AE 1HZETHSE THPETEAE 16. THE HALF COUNTS + 1e2e3e48 10283048 12283e4 1E2HREA 1H2EZAGe TA2ETEAE 17. HOT CROSS BUNS ‘Check your embouchure and hand position. COP yw Lor 40> 4% Breath Mark 9 ‘Take a deep breath through your mouth after you play a full-length note. 18. GO TELL AUNT RHODIE ‘American Folk Song 19, ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Using the note names and rhythms below, draw your notes an the staff before playing. Page 6B - Full band F le be EB D be ¢ Bb Notes In Review —@- 37 sal ais a8 = Seests eed it T 2 eee for the notes you've learned: ee = = 14, ROLUNG jALONG i ~ o @ Q Gogo thenext line. jee oF == ft Se SS SS = a Half Note Half Rest = 2 Silent Beats =— - SE Ta2ze Taze 15. RHYTHM RAP. ciop the shythm while counting and tapping Repeat Sign v Pei Na eV tp es 1e2e3048 1a2e3 04k 1H2AFH4e THQETASH 1H2EZHSH THDEIEME 16. THE HALF COUNTS Sv © 1e2e3048 10283048 14283848 14283848 14203048 1e203 17. HOT CROSS BUNS check your embouchure and hand position. Breath Mark 9 ‘Take a deep breath through your mouth after you play a full-length note. 18. GO TELL AUNT RHODIE 3 witie cc Ee | + 19. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Using the note names and rhythms below, draw your notes on the staff before playing. CyaiaG | Mie at) > ei [Pree Whole Note Whole Rest WholeRest Half Rest = AWhole Measure of Silent Beats Ta2zesade Te2zezseae hangs from sits ona astaffline. _staffline. Oo ———> = 4 Beats 20. RHYTHM RAP Ciap the rhythm while counting and tapping. fo itt. ios ILE ‘{ Ve2ese4e 1e2eFe4e 1H2HTE4e 1A2ETESE 1H2ATEAHE THDETEE 21. THE WHOLE THING —— Ve2e3ehe TA2ETEAE 10283048 16283048 1e2E5R4E 1E2EZ ESE Duet ‘A composition with two different parts, played together. 22. SPLIT DECISION - Duet & A the music. Your Key Signature indicates the Key of F- play all B's as Blas. Key ‘The Key Signature tells us which notes to play with sharps () or flats (b) throughout jignature 23. MARCH STEPS OL Ss oS SEE 4 Play 24. LISTEN TO OUR SECTIONS Percussion Woodwinds Brass Percussion Woodwinds Brass Per. Ww. Brass All 25. LIGHTLY ROW 26. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ draw in the bar lines before you play. BoQetii ioe at pede oie ae oes — je 7B - Full band Whole Note Whole Rest Whole Rest Half Rest ‘A Whole Measure == pe ca ews S = 2 2 of Silent Beats Te2a3a4e 1e2e3a4e hangs from sitsona astaffline. —stafline. 20. RHYTHM RAP ciop the rhythm while counting and tapping fo Widdio pod Ta2e3ede 1e2e5e4e 1A2eZEAe 1H2EZ ASH TH2OTEAE THDEIEME 21, THE WHOLE THING oo — the Te2esede 1A2OTeE TE2LZESE 1A2EZE4H 1A2HZESE TA2EIESE Duet ‘A composition with two different parts, played together. 22. SPLIT DECISION - Duet ,® A Key ‘The Key Signature tells us which notes to play with sharps (ff) or fats (b) throughout the Signature ‘music. Your Key Signature indicates the Key of Bs - play all B's as B-flat, and all E's as Eflats. 23. MARCH STEPS © »®© 4 Play Bos and E's 24, LISTEN TO OUR SECTIONS Percussion Woodwinds Brass Percussion Woodwinds Brass Per. Ww. Brass All 6 25. uGHTY ROW Cees Fermata oO Hold the note (or rest) longer than normal. 27. REACHING HIGHER - New Note og Practice long tones on each new note. Femara D : : = 37 = = A Use the half-hole key on D. 28. AU CLAIRE DE LA LUNE French Folk Song 29. REMIX : Harmony ‘Two or more notes played together. Each combination forms a chord. 30. LONDON BRIDGE - Duet English Folk Song A B ‘Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was a child prodigy who started playing professionally at {age six, and lived during the time of the American Revolution. Mozart's music is melodic and imaginative. He wrote more than 600 compositions during his short life, including a piano piece based on the famous song, Twinkle, Twinkle, Litle Star” 31. A MOZART MELODY ‘Adaptation 32. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Draw these symbols where they belong and write in the note names before you play: on = = yg a ETO) Fermata an Hold the note (or rest) longer than normal. 27. REACHING HIGHER - New Note ' Practice long tones on each new note. Fermata © @ = ‘regular fingering. 5 3 = aS Use the “regular” fingering for" ” See page 48 to review ths fingering, 28. AU CLAIRE DE LA LUNE French Folk Song {Use the “forked” fingering foral sini exrche, Pay en ong wor fom oof O° 29. REMIX ®, ©, Harmony ‘Two or more notes played together. Each combination forms a chord. 30. LONDON BRIDGE - Duet ®,9 ©, ®,.® © , © EnalshFoksong Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was a child prodigy who started playing professionally at ‘age six, and lived during the time of the American Revolution, Mozart's music is melodic and imaginative. He wrote more than 600 compositions during his short lif, including a piano piece based on the famous song, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” 31. A MOZART MELODY Adaptation ® ® © . 32. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Draw these symbols where they belong and 6 4 write in the note names before you play: ® ® ® g SOL 33. DEEP POCKETS - New Note be 34. DOODLE ALL DAY 35. JUMP ROPE i Cone or more notes that come before the fis fulmeasure, The beats of Pick-Up Notes are Pick-Up Notes isrcted from the last measure. 36. A-TISKET, A-TASKET 7 Pick-up note oo earlttetitetieessices teecle | 46 eras ’ , 7 . 1a2a34@ Dynamics S- ~forte (play loudly) mf’ ~ mezzo forte (play moderately loud) - piano (play softly) Remember to use full breath support to control your tone at all dynamic levels. 37. LOUD AND SOFT clap Flay Ll af 38. JINGLE BELLS Keep your fingers close to the keys, curved naturally. J.S.Pierpont 39. MY DREYDL Use fuil breath support at all dynamic levels. Traditional Hanukkah Song: mf Sf Coeur) 33. DEEP POCKETS - New Note a le : ; 2 Ages * = a 34, DOODLE ALL DAY © 35. JUMP ROPE @, +® © — e t Ee oe OE =e I | ele ‘One or more notes that come before the first full measure. The beats of Pick-Up Notes are Pick-Up Notes ipsacted trom the last measure. 36. A-TISKET, A-TASKET Use the forked"fingering forall Fn this exercise 1 Pick-up note : 4a le2asade 2ase camics! JS forte (playloudly) mf” - mezzo forte (play moderately loud) —_p - piano (play softly) Dyn Remember to use fll breath support to control your tone at all dynamic levels. 37. LOUD AND SOFT ow alii Wid didy dd idl, 4 jee | t je t t 1 St of P we 38. JINGLE BELLS keep your fingers close to the keys, curved naturally. J.S.Pierpont . : ®, Z ® : __.® 39. MY DREYDL Use full breath support at all dynamic levels. Traditional Hanukkah Song er Eighth Notes e J J Each Eighth Note = '/2 Beat Jd = Two or more Eighth y Beam Petes = Beat Notes have a beam ie i en 1 & — Playon down and up taps. ta2ze ‘across the stems. 40. RHYTHM RAP Clap the rhythm while counting and tapping. POO yo wa Terese se 1e2eseFe TH2HT HHH THDPETE aw 41. EIGHTH NOTE JAM ~- He We aress| «4 = Tlspaye.8 « 4 e Ver2\e s!¥e 4) « *'1,(e} 2 amshaliale 42. SKIP TO MY LOU ‘American Folk Song +—F 4 2 3 2 ob Se = SS of =—_ { 2 =— ae ——= SS 43. LONG, LONG AGO Good posture improves your sound. Always sit straight and tall. P 44, OH, SUSANNA ‘Stephen Collins Foster + — + Gar ee +4 5 ao tien a viola and horn. He wrote “William Tell” at age 37 as the last of his forty operas, and its familiar theme is still heard today on radio and television. 45. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ — WILLIAM TELL B Gioacchino Rossini Go = SSS Ses Eighth Notes ees ee aa Each Eighth Note = '/2 Beat Alp) ‘Two or more Eighth y Beam 2 Eighth Notes = 1 Beat o Notes have a beam - erty) wr. 3) . 1 & —Playon down and up taps. Tae2ze ‘across the stems. 40. RHYTHM RAP Clap the rhythm while counting and tapping. go J) 4 oo, Terese ee Te2es HAE THPHT HAE THPET EBS 41. EIGHTH NOTE JAM CSS Ae gtisrr — ¢ ff - Tedese4¢e Tegeae4e 18203040 TePezede 42. SKIP TO MY LOU © ‘American Folk Song 2 eo er tte = == 43. LONG, LONG AGO ears an ee sound. ee ote =e = a 44, OH, SUSANNA © Stephen Collins Foster == SS See viola and horn, He wrote William Tell’ at age 37 as the last of his forty operas, and its familiar theme is stil heard today on Italian composer Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) began composing as a teenager and was very proficient on the piano, radio and television, 45. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ — WILLIAM TELL © Gioacchino Rossini Page 11 A — Oboes only = 3g Time Signature Conducting e £ GF = 2beats per measure Practice conducting this w = = Quarter note gets one beat two-beat pattern, 46. RHYTHM RAP clap fi eee eed Ji Fit 2 y ie de ieee a2 eos aa ice, 1gei ia 47. TWO BY TWO Cha wrpete welt J Te — Te2e rare Ze taza taza Ta2e Tempois the speed of music. Tempo markings are usually written above the staff in Italian. Allegro -Fast tempo Moderato ~ Medium tempo Andante ~ Slower walking tempo Tempo Markings 48. HIGH SCHOOL CADETS - March eer ag gros op John Philip Sousa | 49. HEY, HO! NOBODY’S HOME - New Note be Moderato Dé. 5 E= Se S= bay uf : — : - a — Ft ——— — o ft peo eS] ene SS Crescendo (gradually louder) Decrescendo or Diminuendo (gradually softer) 50. CLAP THE DYNAMICS 2414-4 51. PLAY THE DYNAMICS Ghee eS s [cre A eae z Time Signature Conducting | = Quarter note gets one beat two-beat patter. 46. RHYTHM RAP g) Jil J ae Pelee eee eli ae | T T T | 47. TWO BY TWO © Tada va2e e828 1828 Te2e 1H 2e 1H 2H 142s . Tempois the speed of music. Tempo markings are usually written above the staff, in Italian. Tempo Markings — jegro-Fast tempo Moderato Medium tempo Andante Slower walking tempo 48. HIGH SCHOOL CADETS - March John Philip Sousa Allegro ® © s ! ® ,® ig secttyec cette ranean 49. HEY, HO! eee HOME - New Note 6?) SSS af quae Menee yom : SSeS] Ss a —$— — — Dynamics Crescendo (gradually louder) Decrescendo or Diminuendo (gradually softer) 50. CLAP THE DYNAMICS PRR Ay ay 51. PLAY THE DYNAMICS OBOE RANGE BUILDERS 52C. SWEET AND LOW - New Note le Eb 6. ob tale. fe eels S tra e — | aoe Teta pee a ne 53C. MAJESTIC MARCH eee 5 7 2 ee eS | Sf © € ® —_——S SS SS 54C. HIGH FLYER - New Note Bb Gi te ere te 4. Use the half-hole key on E> 1 Flat applies to all sin measure. Fairey THEORY New Your Key Signature indicates the Key of B> ~ Key Signature play all B's as B-flats, and all E's as E-flats. 55C. ALOHA OE Moderato oe Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii SS : coe tele teltes lo ti S 56C. AMERICAN FOLK SONG Pye -—- TF = —— fe : mf bw = @ © . es 6 === SS Se SS | oe OBOE RANGE BUILDERS 57D. HIGH SEAS - New Note és} ee apenas geet @ = forked ngering The "Yorke fingering makes it easier 10 58D. MARIANNE ® = ‘regular play "when moving to or from "Es" or"D.” Allegro ©) Jamaican Folk Song Pye 2 jg 6 fee epee ge ee et » fe SS ; = k 59D. BILL GROGAN’S GOAT Moderato gets -Jfe 8 ) ‘American Folk Song fo jyfeele lpee fle | Briere a pe Brel 60D. HI-DEE-HO - New Note Gi Gh bt 61D. THE GREAT GATE OF KIEV - Duet Modeste Moussorgsky Allegro © ® ® © ee oe { { e—t 2 —e f | Gr to fo if-efie ep ffteis j tf tees Sf ® ® er eee , er : ote PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT 52, PERFORMANCE WARM-UPS TONE BUILDER © RHYTHM ETUDE ® © RHYTHM RAP lop J 42 eet ee CHORALE ‘Andante a P —— f 53. AURA LEE - Duet or Band Arrangement (Part A = Melody, Part 8 = Harmony) George R. Poulton Andante ® © ms tf t= 54, FRERE JACQUES - Round (When group A reaches ®), group 8 begins at D) Moderato @ French Folk Song © PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT 55. WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN - Band Arrangement 3] <1 Measure number Arr by John Higgins Allegro © ® ® 56. OLD MACDONALD HAD A BAND - Section Feature Allegro ® of © a 2nd time go on tomeas. 13 ¥ 03] . 2 fe 57. ODE TO JOY (from Symphony No. 9) Ludwig van Beethoven Moderato © ® Arby Jobn Higgins nf Ele 03] © ® Sf 58. HARD ROCK BLUES - Encore ‘Aleg © © ohn Higains a 14 Tie Any sharp, flat or natural sign which A flat sign lowers the pitch of a note by a half-step. The. appears in the music without being in note A-flat sounds a half-step below A, and all A’s become the key signature is called an accidental. A-flats for the rest of the measure where they occur. 73. HOT MUFFINS - New Note BS bi = 74, COSSACK DANCE Allegro v Flat applies to all's in measure. tT > 75. BASIC BLUES - New Note Flat applies toa Asin measure bet A> oge 8 & Tr 2 i New Key Signature Cee Ist & 2nd Endings s This Key Signature indicates the Key of Play through the 1st Ending, Then play the repeated section all Bas B-fats, all 's as Eats, and all A’s as Ala. Cf music, skipping the 1st Ending and playing the 2nd Ending, 76. HIGH FLYING yA Moderato of 2nd time Japanese folk music actually has its origins in ancient China. “Sakura, Sakura’ was performed on instruments such as the koto, 13-string instrument that is more than 4000 years old, and the shakuhachi or bamboo flute. The unique sound of this ancient Japanese melody results from the pentatonic (or five-note) sequence used in this tonal system. 77. SAKURA, SAKURA - Band Arrangement Japanese Folk Song Andante ‘Art.by John Higgins vt 78. UP ON A HOUSETOP Allegro [ae ae mf tf ‘Check Key Signature 79. JOLLY OLD ST. NICK - Duet Moderato A of mf ‘See page 9 for additional holiday music, MY DREYDL and JINGLE BELLS. 80. THE BIG AIRSTREAM - New Note Bb 6 81. WALTZ THEME (THE MERRY WIDOW WALTZ) Moderato 2B Mocgoes Franz Lehar mf ~ a se 82. AIR TIME - pir Note Eb a 83. DOWN BY THE STATION Allegro mf 84. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ ya Moderato > of Fe 85. ESSENTIAL CREATIVITY Using these notes, mprovise your own rhythms & = 18 - ZB DAILY WARM-UPS soscours cor rones recumiove 86. TONE BUILDER Use a steady stream of air. 87. RHYTHM BUILDER 88. TECHNIQUE TRAX a 89. CHORALE (Adopted from Cantata 147) i et followed by variations, or altered versions of the theme. 90. VARIATIONS ON A FAMILIAR THEME oS eee eo ow Veriton? PSS etree bene ee oer terete ee ‘ At the D.C.al Fine play again from the beginning, stopping at Fine fee"-nay. D.C. al Fine D.C. is the abbreviation for Da Capo, or “to the beginning,” and Fine means “the end.” 91. BANANA BOAT SONG Caribbean Folk Song D.C. al Fine ae Natural = § 92. RAZOR’S EDGE - New Note be i + ‘Annatural sign cancels a fla (bor sharp (2) and remains in effect forthe res ofthe measure. Sere Eee Boge 93. THE MUSIC BOX Moderato Poe ‘The Emancipation Proclamation was signed into law. 94. EzXED SAW THE WHEEL ‘Allegro peelt se SSeS ‘African-American spirituals originated in the 17005, midway through the period of slavery in the United States. ‘One of the largest categories of true American folk music, these pri for generations without being written down. The frst collection of spirituals was published in 1867, four years after eoeer African-American Spiritual religious songs were sung and passed on ee oe = == = 95. SMOOTH CesmaTos 1 Sur notes tongue ony the ist. 96. GUDING ALONG | ALONG ‘A.curved line which connects notes of different pitch. Tongue only the first note in a slur. * ae 4 Slur 4 notes - tongue only the frst. Ragtime is an Ameri jaz brought fame to pi 97. TROMBONE RAG ic style that was popular from the 18905 until the time of World War |. This early form of like “Jelly Roll” Morton and Scott Joplin, who wrote “The Entertainer’ and "Maple Leaf Rag.” Surprisingly, the style was incorporated into some orchestral music by Igor Stravinsky and Claude Debussy. The trombones now learn to play a glissando, a technique used in ragtime and other styles of music. ‘egr = i oer tt matte tHe - f 98. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Foe ~~, DC. Fie =aa= ptt tS 20 99. TAKE THE LEAD - New Note = 3 oF pepper £ AG ea ee] i Phrase ‘A musical“sentence" which is often 2 or 4 measures long, Try to play a phrase in one breath, 100. THE COLD WIND c — — ie: fe e peep beat a fff = = 101. PHRASEOLOGY Write in the breath mark(s) bet — a a tte -f- pet fe SS eee E = ! = New Key Signature Multiple Measure Rest 2 i This Key Signature = ‘The number above the staff tells you indicates the Key of F how many full measures to fest. (one flat). Count each measure of rest in sequence: 4534 2-3-4 102. SATIN LATIN Allegro ahh Pe oto 2 SS } = —=4 of aE Ta34 2234 German composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was part of a large family of famous musicians and became the most recognized composer of the Baroque era. Beginning as a choir member, Bach soon became {an organist, teacher, and a prolific composer, writing more than 600 masterworks. This Minuet, or dance in 3/4 time, was written as a teaching piece for use with an early form of the piano. 103. MINUET ~ Duet Johann Sebastian Bach Moderato 104, ESSENTIAL CREATIVITY | this melody can be played in 3/4 or 4/4. Pencil in either time signature, draw the bar lines and play. Now erase the bar lines and try the other time signature. Do the phrases sound different? i eS ee | a 105. NATURALLY ‘created an incredible amount of music: more than 600 art-songs (concert music for voice and accompaniment), ten. symphonies, chamber music, operas, choral works and piano pieces. His “March Mil ‘Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828) lived a shorter life than any other great composer, but he ‘was originally a piano duet. 106. MARCH MILITAIRE - New Note te Allegro Franz Schubert Béoh@eisisie jo # Taco en, eter Serer iererieer titre | ~ oe = 1 Use alternate &> when moving to or from Dp. 2 trie ate pit 4 Use the half-hole key on D> 107. THE FLAT ZONE - New Note bg dg 108. ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY ‘Allegro, Ae ‘American Folk Song bo — 5 = Boogie-woogie isa style of the blues, and it was first recorded by pianist Clarence"Pine Top" Smith in 1928, ‘one year after Charles Lindbergh’ solo flight across the Atlantic. A form of jazz, blues music features altered notes and is usually written in 12-measure verses, like “Bottom Bass Boogie.” 109. BOTTOM BASS BOOGIE - Duet Allegro YALE 5 3 PARB---55 f v Alt.E> 22 Dotted Quarter & Eighth Notes ene pe) ‘Adot adds half the value of the As ‘quarter note. Jd Vem 110. RHYTHM RAP pee LL ie “< Asingle eighth note has a flag ‘on the stem, | 111, THE DOT ALWAYS COUNTS —__——¥ 9» » -p-—_»:—_»-» oe Ss = 112, ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT ALE © _y Altes English Folk Song ——— Orr Peer mf’ — P 113. SEA CHANTY Always use o full airstream. See Sf = 040 : é erSerssrapee 114, SCARBOROUGH FAIR Andante el fF | 115. RHYTHM RAP lop yoo. Terzesage 116. THE TURNAROUND = oe Te2zezsage 117. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ - AULD LANG SYNE Te2eseae 2k fie Scottish Folk Song, el eer aes ee Bort iesetitertiget nf a. Check Rhythm =f 23 PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT Solo with Piano Accompaniment You can perform this solo with or without a piano accompanist. Play it for the band, the school or your family. Itis part of Symphony No.9 (“From The New World") by Czech composer Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). He wrote it while visiting America in 1894, and was inspired to include ‘melodies from American folksongs and spirituals. This is the Largo (or “very slow tempo") theme. 118. THEME FROM “NEW WORLD SYMPHONY” Largo 4 4 Measure number ‘Antonin Dvorak a Th befor a SS epee 7 fp +S “ate . P _— BB siover 2 I pa Plane Accompaniment SS = = = 3 ot Ta 7 = rp 2; qo vg ae z lf 3 —j— = ijddisys { ae eam — ESE fF ery Ss Ss se 24 Great musicians give encouragement to fellow performers. On this page, clarnetists learn their instruments’ upper register in the “Grenadilla Gorilla Jumps" (named after the grenadilla wood used to make clarinets). Brass players Jearn lip slurs,a new warm-up pattern. The success of your band depends on everyone's effort and encouragement. 119. GRENADILLA GORILLA JUMP No. 1 - New Note be 120. JUMPIN’ UP AND DOWN 121, GRENADILLA GORILLA JUMP No. 2 - New Note be Ceo et See = ac 122. JUMPIN’ FOR JOY = eae 7 —s 123. GRENADILLA GORILLA JUMP No. 3 —~ ee <= (ill 3 124, JUMPIN’ JACKS SSS as Interval ‘The distance between two pitches is an interval. Starting with“1” on the lower note, count each line and space between the notes. The number of the higher note is the distance of the interval. SN 2) is oe si ee ehh : oo o «7 9| 7o_ 38 Oi a er 0% 07 %o oO? oO oO? oO 125. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Write in the numbers of the intervals, counting up from the lower notes. B - = == — Bete a Scheie eo 126. GRENADILLA GORILLA JUMP No. 4 127. THREE IS THE COUNT 128. GRENADILLA GORILLA JUMP No. 5 129, TECHNIQUE TRAX 130. CROSSING OVER Atrio is a composition with three parts played together. Practice Trio this trio with two other players and listen for the 3-part harmony. 131. KUM BAH YAH = Trio Always check the key signature. Moderato ” ve African Folk Song ale mf = Repeat the section of music enclosed by the repeat signs. i (if Ist and 2nd endings sed, th a! — but Renect sions ee 132. MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT ASHORE African-American Spiritual SSS tr it th Botte [2 a 1 SSS SS SS <7 ——— a 133. AUSTRIAN WALTZ Sete pai Se | St 134, BOTANY BAY ou SoS nf SSS € Time Signature Conducting i = Common Time tides i \ (sameas4) eres thisfour-beat pattem. = <— 135. TECHNIQUE TRAX Proctice at all dynamic levels. [ae eee 136. FINLANDIA ‘| 137. ESSENTIAL CREATIVITY Greate your own variations by pening ina dot and a ag to change the rhythm ofany measuretrom |e # |t0|e- «| SS SS S| 27 138. EASY GORILLA JUMPS 139. TECHNIQUE TRAX Always check the key signature. 140. MORE TECHNIQUE TRAX 141, GERMAN FOLK SONG Moderato i a 7 = of 142. THE SAINTS GO MARCHIN’ AGAIN Allegro James Black and Katherine Purvis Sf >] [Teeeeanee 143. LOWLAND GORILLA WALK iS pere ee 2 144, SMOOTH SAILING = 145. MORE GORILLA JUMPS 146. FULL COVERAGE step is the next consecutive note in the key. This scale isin your Key of Bs (two flats) so the 28 1 ‘A scale isa sequence of notes in ascending or descending order. Like a musical"ladder,"each Scale top and bottom notes are both By. The interval between the Bb'sis an octave. 147, CONCERT B> SCALE oo o«rave ——___, Scale. Oetave oa 29s wai 16 7 fey 7 16 ts et —— Chord & When two or more notes are played together, they form a chord or harmony. This B> chord is - built from the 1st, 3rd and Sth steps of the B> scale. The 8th step is the same as the Ist, but it is an Arpeggio octave higher. An arpeggio is a“broken’ chord whose notes are payed individually. 148. IN HARMONY Divide the notes of the chords between band members and play together. Does the arpeggio sound like a chord? 1 Arpeagio— [—— Ape ggio—, Chord ig aks cd a Chord Sees eisimisan ate 149. SCALE AND ARPEGGIO ‘Scale Arpeaoio epee frts—3 Austrian composer Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809) wrote 104 symphonies. Many of these works had nicknames and included brilliant, unique effects for their time. His Symphony No.94 was named “The Surprise Symphony” because the soft second movement included a sudden loud dynamic, intended to wake up an often sleepy ‘audience. Pay special attention to dynamics when you play this famous theme. es 150. THEME FROM “SURPRISE SYMPHONY” Franz Josef Haydn Andante ee 2 ‘A ee geserttt pte tt te ee a i Tweetet P nf 151. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ - THE STREETS OF LAREDO American Folk Song Wt in the note names before you pay eee ah saan ——= Bort be a eee mf _ 29 PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT 152. SCHOOL SPIRIT - Band Arrangement WIT. Purdy. ‘Arr.by John Higgins Mareh Style 3] ~ Measure Number > > > tf mf > tf Soli When playing music marked Soli, you are part of a group solo” or group feature. Listen carefully in “Carnival of Venice,"and name the instruments that play the Soli part at each indicated measure number. 153. CARNIVAL OF VENICE - jand Arrangement Julius Benedict Arr.by John Higgins Allegro soi mf es ope oe SS ae o SSS SSS SSS SSS SSS 30 = B DAILY WARM-UPS oo soscours cor ronce recnmiove 154, RANGE AND FLEXIBILITY BUILDER —. . a 155. TECHNIQUE TRAX 156. CHORALE Johann Sebastian Bach a a P =r ay eh as {At the Declaration of State in 1948, it was sung by the gathered assembly during the opening ceremony and played by members of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra at its conclusion. 3 ‘The tractional Hebrew melody “Hatikvah has been lraets national anthem since the natin’ inception. = 157. HATIKVAH Andante 31 Eighth Note pes bec erssent| & Eighth Rest Y= UAbeat of silence dy dy 7 dy d te2e tere 158. RHYTHM RAP 160. MINUET Moderato i) tt MN a yt e a 161. RHYTHM RAP lop ee dita SINT Ole ah Ne hey Terzecgese THe2e8 3a 4H THe2HesAHe THPH TEKS 162. EIGHTH NOTES OFF THE BEAT f o— pF $e ae = Ft PE ——4 Te®esase 82H 3248 THe2e HAE TH2H BEE 163. EIGHTH NOTE SCRAMBLE SS See Ft getttt ytis pee tte nee opie | 164, ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ Andante Be SS P —= of 32 165. DANCING MELODY - New Note ® Gh Gi.1 1G = ‘American composer and conductor John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) wrote 136 marches. Known as"The March King.” ‘Sousa wrote The Stars And Stripes Forever, Semper Fidelis, The Washington Post and many other patriotic works. Sousa's band performed all over the country, and his fame helped boost the popularity of bands in America. Here is a melody from his famous El Capitan operetta and march. oes flo 166. EL CAPITAN Allegro John Philip Sousa rv [cw ede ee "0 Canada," formerly known as the ‘National Song,” was first performed during 1880 in French Canada. Robert Stanley Weir translated the English language version in 1908, but it was not adopted as the national anthem of Canada until 1980, one hundred years ater its premiere. Calixa Lavallee, PG7-OICANADS "Hon. Judge Routhier Maestoso (Majestically) and Justice RS.Weir Ss > 2 mf Ctand D> and Enharmonics 7 7 ‘Two notes that are written differently, but sound On a piano keyboard, each the same (and played with the same fingering) are black key is both a flat and called enharmonics. Your fingering chart on pages a sharp: 46-47 shows the fingerings for the enharmonic ic notes on your instrument. 169. SNAKE CHARMER = Enharmonic notes use the same fingering, 'e G/F Sinen by G46 de a pe 170. DARK SHADOWS SSS 2 Pick-up note fe gt 171. CLOSE ENCOUNTERS Enharmonic notes use the same fingering. aloe ae 172, MARCH SLAV Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky Largo 7 Alte SSS =e = i= vf Gieeet ees ar Se = 173. NOTES IN Tole Enharmonic notes use es same fingering. Gi/FH 6°}, : va veel. ppmmemmeraenene aaa inesrnirane. 174. HALF-STEPPIN’ stew be he 2 2» Genrer eS t= 34 French composer Camille Saint-Saéns (1835-1921) wrote musi for virtually every medium: operas suites, symphonies and chamber works. The “Egyptian Dance" is one of the main themes from his famous opera Samson et Delilah. The opera was writen inthe same year that Thomas Edison invented the phonograph—1877. 175. Mey DANCE watch for enharmonics. Camille Saint-Saéns. has ee s SS ee hot z ie be =e oe + — = + + * SS 176, SILVER MOON BOAT Chinese Folk Song Largo + a Fine SSS SS] oe SS a ee German composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) is considered to be one of the world’s greatest composers, despite becoming completely deaf in 1802. Although he could not hear his music the way we can, he could “hear” it in his mind, As a testament to his greatness, his Symphony No.9 (p. 13) was performed as the finale to the ceremony celebrating the reunification of Germany in 1990. This is the theme from his Symphony No. 7, second movement. 177, THEME FROM SYMPHONY NO. 7 - Duet toeeog ea ectore Allegro (moderately fast) oe oe Russian composer Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) wrote six symphonies and hundreds of other works including The Nutcracker ballet. He was a master at writing brilliant settings of folk music, and his original melodies are among the most popular of al time. His 1812 Overture and Capriccio Italien were both written in 1880, the year after Thomas Edison developed the practical electric light bulb. 178. CAPRICCIO ITALIEN Always check the key signature. Peter Illyich Tchaikovsky Allegro ieee cf 179. AMERICAN PATROL Allegro FW. Meacham mf 180. WAYFARING STRANGER ‘African-American Spiritual Andante 181. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS QUIZ - SCALE COUNTING CONQUEST Z 36 PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT 182. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL - Band Arrangement ‘ eat Ward ee, smn, p= te S THev P or g=r-—f a a ee f —$$$$____— ¢ 5] Maestno 7 2-6 = 6 6 #5 tf eS ——s —— | St 183. LA CUCARACHA - Band Arrangement Latin American Folk Song ean : farebylohn Higgs — PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT 184. THEME FROM 1812 OVERTURE - Band Arrangement Allegro P et =a ==> ss ee ese = Peter ilyich Tchaikovsky ‘Art.by John Higgins 38 PERFORMANCE SPOTLIGHT See Performing for an audience isan exciting part of being involved in music. This solo is based on Serenade Solo with Piano _ inc Major, k.525, also known as“Eine Kleine Nachtmusik’ (A Little Night Music”). Wolfgang Amadeus Accompaniment Mozart wrote this piece in 1787, the same year the American Constitution was signed into law. You and a piano accompanist can perform this for the band or at other school and community events. 185. EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK ~ Solo (Concert version) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‘Arr. by John Higgins Allegro w eae ceases a 39 DUETS Here is an opportunity to get together with a friend and enjoy playing music. The other player does not have to play the same instrument as you. Try to exactly match each other’ rhythm, pitch and tone quality. Eventually, it may begin to sound like the two parts are being played by one person! Later try switching parts. 186. SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT - Duet Andante jcan-American Spiritual A = D.C. al Fine 187. LA BAMBA - Duet Allegro >> Mexican Folk Song > > ae Al Sf = D.C. al Fine RUBANK’ SCALE AND ARPEGGIO STUDIES KEY OF B> in this key signature, play all By’s and E's. 1. KEY OF Eb inthis key signature play all's, E's and Av’. 1 1 RUBANK’ SCALE AND ARPEGGIO STUDIES KEY OF F inthis key signature, play all Bos 1. Se aS ® Ot ree SSS! @ ines KEY OF Ab inthis key signature play all vs, vs Avs and Dv 1 vy AILES y AIL ES by, 2. = YALE = VALE 7 AILE> a epi, Pet ee eee eS 3. deeper rites eee AIt-Es 9 Alt.Es 42 % RHYTHM STUDIES gettiuy sory, su iy 19 ge I Oh uy os ge i, Wy iin, sy, ni 3 4 35 fe: Fis. jose % RHYTHM STUDIES 37 38 TOA ne van add said, byt 2 gr dtd, DIT, aby dy dy STII, by dE by Oy Py dl J yb fee anges Seria Fy iad, 1 ease did J I heaped date hell aay 44 CREATING MUSIC ‘Composition is the art of writing original music. A composer often begins by creating a melody Composition —_™2%* ¥? of individual phrases, ke short musical"sentences.” Some melodies have phrases that seem Po: ‘to answer or respond to “question” phrases, as in Beethoven's Ode To Joy. Play this melody and listen ‘to how phrases 2 and 4 give slightly different answers to the same question (phrases 1 and 3). 1, ODE TO JOY Ludwig van Beethoven 1.Question 2Answer 3.Question 4.Answer QL AND A. Write your own “answer phrases inthis melody ei == t 3. PHRASE BUILDERS Write 4 different phrases using the rhythms below each staff. » | | Ord = == c 4. YOU NAME IT: Pick phrase A 8, C,or D from above, and write it as the ‘Question’ for phrases 1 and 3 below. Then write 2 different “Answers” for phrases 2 and 4 1.Question 2.Answer 3.Question ee Improvisation is the art of freely creating your own bo. Improvisation melody as you play. Use these notes to play your own ‘melody (Line A), to go with the accompaniment (Line B). 5. INSTANT MELODY A 45 Wor con mark your progress through the book on this page. Flin the stars as instructed by your band directx 27 ee 1 26 25 24 2 ESSENTIAL : ELEMENTS 22 n STAR ACHIEVER m 8 20 NAME 19 eo a8 10 7 a he 12 15 Aa 13 1. Page 2-3, The Basics 15. Page 22, EE Quiz, No. 117 2. Page 5, EE Quiz, No.13 16. Page 23, Performance Spotlight 3. Page 6, EE Quiz, No.19 17. Page 24, EE Quiz, No. 125 4, Page 7, EE Quiz, No.26 18. Page 26, Essential Creativity, No. 137 5. Page 8, EE Quiz, No.32 19. Page 28, No.149 6. Page 10, EE Quiz, No.45 20. Page 28, EE Quiz, No. 151 7. Page 12-13, Performance Spotlight 21. Page 29, Performance Spotlight 8. Page 14, EE Quiz, No.65 22. Page 31, EE Quiz, No. 164 9. Page 15, Essential Creativity, No. 72 23. Page 32, EE Quiz, No. 168 10. Page 17, EE Quiz, No.84 24. Page 33,No.174 11. Page 17, Essential Creativity, No. 85 25. Page 35, EE Quiz,No. 181 12. Page 19, EE Quiz, No.98 26. Page 36, Performance Spotlight 13. Page 20, Essential CreativityNo.104 27. Page 37, Performance Spotlight 14, Page 21,No. 109 28. Page 38, Performance Spotlight MUSIC — AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF LIFE ae FINGERING CHART OBOE Instrument Care Reminder Before putting your instrument back in ts case after playing, do the following: + Carefully remove the reed and blow air through it. Return to reed case. + Gently twist apart the upper and lower sections. Drop a weighted swab through the lower section and pull it out the bell Return the lower section and the bell to the case. + Swab out the upper section or clean it with an oboe feather and return it to the case. ° Open Pressed down = Half hole covered . ° and and Orchestra Division 47 FINGERING CHART e088) seeecyy Beckoy & REFERENCE INDEX Definitions (:2) Accent 15 Accidental 16 Allegro 11 Andante 11 Arpeggio 28 Bass Clef 5 (Basscetinst) BarLines 3 Beat 4 Blues 21 Breath Mark 6 Chord 28 Chromatic Notes 33 Chromatic Scale 33 CommonTime 26 Crescendo 11 DCalFine 18 Decrescendo 11 Diminuendo 11 Dotted Half Note 14 Dotted QuarterNote 22 Double Bar 5 Duet 7 Dynamics 9 Eighth Note 10 Eighth Rest 31 Embouchure 2 (Brass 8 WW) Enharmonics 33, Fermata 8 Ist & 2nd Endings 16 Flat 5 Forte (f) 9 Glissando 19. (Trombone) Half Note 6 Half-step 33, Harmony 8 Interval 24 Key Signature 7 largo 23 Ledger Lines 3 Measure 3 Mezzo Forte (mf) 9 Moderato 11 Multiple Measure Rest 20 Music Staff 3 Natural Sign 5 Notes 4 Phrase 20 Piano (p) 9 Pick-Up Notes 9 QuarterNote 4 Ragtime 19 Repeat Sign 5,26 Rests 4,6,7,31 Round (Canon) 12 Scale 28 Sharp 5 Slur 19 Soli 29 Solo 23,38 Tempo 11 Theme And Variations 18 Te 14 Time Signature 5 Treble Clef 5 (Treblecletinst) Tio 25 WholeNote 7 Composers JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Chorale (from Cantata 147) 18 Chorale 30 Minuet 20 Minuet 31 LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (Ode To Joy (from Sym.No.9) 13, + Theme From Symphony No.7 34 JOHANNES BRAHMS + Theme From Sym.No.1 38 (Brass 8 Low Ww) [ANTONIN DVORAK + Theme From*New World Sym” 23, STEPHEN COLLINS FOSTER + Camptown Races 14 + Oh,Susanna 10 EDVARD GRIEG + Morning (from Peer Gynt) 15 FRANZ JOSEF HAYON + Theme From*Surprise Symphony” 28 FRANZ LEHAR + WaltzTheme 17 WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART + AMozart Melody 8 + Eine Kleine Nachtmusik 38 (High wows) JACQUES OFFENBACH + Barcarolle 15 GIOACCHINO ROSSINI + Wiliam Tell 10 CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS + Egyptian Dance 34 FRANZ SCHUBERT + March Militaire 21 JEAN SIBELIUS + Finlandia 26 JOHN PHILIP SOUSA + ElCapitan 32 + High School Cadets 11 PETER ILLYICH TCHAIKOVSKY + Capriccio alien 35 March Slav 33 18120verture 37 World Music AFRICAN Kum Bah Yah 25 AMERICAN. + American Patrol 35 + America The Beautiful 36 + Auralee 12 + Ezekiel SawThe Wheel 19 + GoTell Aunt Rhodie 6 + Michael Row The Boat Ashore 26 + OnTop OF Old Smokey 21 + SkipToMyLou 10 + Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 39 + The Streets Of Laredo 28 + Wayfaring Stranger 35 + When The Saints Go Marching In 13,27 AUSTRALIAN + BotanyBay 26 AUSTRIAN + Austrian Waltz 26 CANADIAN, + Alouette 14 + OCanada 32 CARIBBEAN + Banana Boat Song 18 CHINESE + Silver Moon Boat 34 ENGLISH + London Bridge 8 + Scarborough Fair 22 + SeaChanty 22 FRENCH + AuClaireDeLaLune 8 + Frere Jacques 12 GERMAN + German Folk Song 27 ISRAELI Hatikva 30 FTALIAN + Carnival OfVenice 29 JAPANESE + Sakura,Sakura 16 MEXICAN + Chiapanecas 15 + LaBamba 39 + LaCucaracha 36 SCOTTISH + Auld Lang Syne 22 TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY MUSIC + Jingle Bells 9 + Jolly Old St.Nick 17 + MyDreydl 9 + UpOnAHousetop 17