Month: October 2019

An Eye for the Detail

By Chris Thompson / October 29, 2019 /

Rehearsing the ensemble, or smaller groups within the ensemble, can serve many ends. The kind of work you take on should depend on what you seek to produce. Whatever your time frame and/or notes that you are attacking, it’s helpful to identify the specific outcome(s) you are trying to get the group to achieve. And…

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Wind Trios Part of Expansion of Popular Mid-Level Music Series 

By Tyler Arcari / October 24, 2019 /

Lakeland, Florida (October 24, 2019)– Excelcia Music Publishing expands its popular Excelcia Ensemble Series with new sets of trios, quartets and quintets for woodwind and brasswind chamber ensembles.  With nine new additions, including the introduction of trios, ranging in grade from 1.5 to 3, the series continues to provide small-group resources for the modern-day classroom. …

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Trumpet Solos Open Excelcia Music Publishing’s Latest Series

By Tyler Arcari / October 24, 2019 /

  Lakeland, Florida (October 24, 2019)–  Excelcia Music Publishing launches new Excelcia Solo Series with two works for Trumpet and Piano by award-winning composers and trumpet players Sean O’Loughlin and Michael J. Miller.  Each bring with them a wealth of knowledge as performers and writers, adding their own unique voice to these challenging new solo…

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Protected: October Dealer Blog – What is Your Superpower?

By Diana Traietta / October 18, 2019 / Enter your password to view comments.

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Why Improvisation? An Approach to the Art of Improv

By Jason Taurins / October 7, 2019 /

In my experience, many musicians, especially those of us with a background in classical music, are at best uncomfortable and at worst terrified of the word ‘improvisation.’ Yet for centuries, improvisation was a part of every musician’s repertoire. It is said that J.S. Bach could improvise a prelude or fugue at the drop of a…

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An Eye for the Detail

By Chris Thompson

Rehearsing the ensemble, or smaller groups within the ensemble, can serve many ends. The…

Wind Trios Part of Expansion of Popular Mid-Level Music Series 

By Tyler Arcari

Lakeland, Florida (October 24, 2019)– Excelcia Music Publishing expands its popular Excelcia Ensemble Series…

Trumpet Solos Open Excelcia Music Publishing’s Latest Series

By Tyler Arcari

  Lakeland, Florida (October 24, 2019)–  Excelcia Music Publishing launches new Excelcia Solo Series…

Protected: October Dealer Blog – What is Your Superpower?

By Diana Traietta

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Why Improvisation? An Approach to the Art of Improv

By Jason Taurins

In my experience, many musicians, especially those of us with a background in classical…

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