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The Wind Repertory Project The Wind Repertory Project™ is a comprehensive database of wind literature, expanded by contributions of band directors/conductors, students, and wind band enthusiasts worldwide. Here you will find detailed information on literature for winds, including program notes, instrumentation, errata, and much more.
How do woodwind instruments work? by A simplified introduction to the woodwind family and how they work. This page describes their different shapes and different types of excitation (air jet or reed) and how these give rise to some of their different behaviours. It gives links to more detailed pages about the acoustics of the individual instruments.
Featured books you can check out...
So You Want to Play the Clarinet by This new, expanded edition includes material for intermediate study - complex time signatures, faster rhythms, how to approach the altissimo register, and includes selected etudes.
Call Number: MT 385 .C67 S6 2008
Publication Date: 2008
The Bassoon by ALA award winning book discusses the entire history of the bassoon, from its origins five centuries ago to its place in twenty-first-century music.
Call Number: ML 950 .K66 B37 2012
Publication Date: 2012-07-31
Wind Instrument Reference Books
Published on Mar 27, 2014
BYU Sax Quartet
Performing Arts Librarian
Collections to browse
ML 128 .O2, ML 128 .F7, ML 128 .C58, ML 128 .S247 - Bibliographies for selected winds (Reference collection) -- others also in alphabetical order
ML 929-953 - Wind instruments - History and criticism (includes construction)
MT 339-415 - Instrumental technique and study of wind instruments