Journal of Band Research

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 1, Fall

Analysis: Cheetah by Karel Husa
Introduction to Karel HusaFew composers of the twentieth century match the musical sophistication and historical significance of Karel Husa. He has been awarded numerous accolades, including the Pulitzer Prize in Music for his String Quartet No. 3 (1968),...
Analysis of Martin Ellerby's Paris Sketches
Martin Ellerby is a British composer of international standing. His compositions are published extensively, performed and broadcasted around the world, and recorded on over seventy-five compact discs. A gritty, contemporary style utilizing the traditional...
Charisma, Conductors, and the Affective Communication Test
AbstractThe following study analyzed results of ensemble conductors of the Big-10, Big-12, and Pac-10 athletic conferences (N = 96) taking the Affective Communication Test (ACT) of nonverbal expressivity or charisma. Results indicate that conductors...
Pac-Ten Wind Ensemble Programming Trends
AbstractIn this study, which is a replication and extension of earlier work by Powell (2009), I sought to investigate the recent programming practices of the Pac-Ten universities' top wind ensembles. I contacted the directors of all Pac-Ten band programs...
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