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Postby thegreatrodinkis » Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:43 am

Hello! What is the best excerpt book I can grab just to have on me for my college lessons and such? I have a set of 12 (the name escapes me right now) but I don't particularly want to carry 12 books with me into each lesson I attend... I'm looking for one single book that includes the essential excerpts that all orchestral tubists should know. Thanks!
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby Travis99079 » Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:03 pm

The One Hundred, Essential Works for the Orchestral Tubist by Wesley Jacobs.

Link: http://www.hickeys.com/music/studio/uni ... tubist.php

There is no substitute for quality score study or listening to a piece while following a complete part, but this book is a phenomenal resource and has great advice.
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby kmorgancraw » Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:20 pm

The Great Big Book of Tuba Excerpts is pretty good. It is actually 4 big books...

http://www.tubamusik.com/products.php
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby thegreatrodinkis » Mon Sep 11, 2017 1:32 pm

kmorgancraw wrote:The Great Big Book of Tuba Excerpts is pretty good. It is actually 4 big books...

http://www.tubamusik.com/products.php" target="_blank


I actually saw this already, but it's too much for me. I would like to get this eventually, but I don't have the funds to pick it up right now.
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby pauvog1 » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:22 pm

kmorgancraw wrote:The Great Big Book of Tuba Excerpts is pretty good. It is actually 4 big books...

http://www.tubamusik.com/products.php


I'd highly recommend this set.
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby Tubanomicon » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:52 pm

pauvog1 wrote:
kmorgancraw wrote:The Great Big Book of Tuba Excerpts is pretty good. It is actually 4 big books...

http://www.tubamusik.com/products.php" target="_blank


I'd highly recommend this set.


As would I. This series includes MOST excerpts you'll ever come across in an audition. There are some exceptions, (Bydlo and An American in Paris immediately come to mind.) but those can easily be found online.
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby Mark » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:57 pm

Travis99079 wrote:The One Hundred, Essential Works for the Orchestral Tubist by Wesley Jacobs.

Link: http://www.hickeys.com/music/studio/uni ... tubist.php" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank

Just to be clear not all of the 100 works in this book actually have excerpts printed in the book.
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Re: Best Excerpt Book

Postby Mark » Mon Sep 11, 2017 4:58 pm

thegreatrodinkis wrote:Hello! What is the best excerpt book I can grab just to have on me for my college lessons and such? I have a set of 12 (the name escapes me right now) but I don't particularly want to carry 12 books with me into each lesson I attend... I'm looking for one single book that includes the essential excerpts that all orchestral tubists should know. Thanks!

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