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Natural/Hand Horn Literature

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05 Jun 2008 14:46 #110 by James Hampson
Natural/Hand Horn Literature was created by James Hampson
I am looking for some natural horn literature and am having a bit of trouble finding some. Specifically I am looking for etude/study books. Any help would be appreciated.

James Fechter - SUNY Fredonia Student eventually going into Grad work in Musicology/Early Music

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08 Jun 2008 11:37 #111 by Ricardo Matosinhos
Replied by Ricardo Matosinhos on topic Re:Natural/Hand Horn Literature
For me the best I've found was the Douprat "Horn Bible"
Method for Cor Alto and Cor Basse, can be found on the books section at: http://www.birdalone.com/

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08 Jun 2008 13:27 #112 by James Hampson
Replied by James Hampson on topic Re:Natural/Hand Horn Literature
I came across this book in my findings too. Thanks for the information.

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09 Jun 2008 07:43 #114 by Martin Künkler
Replied by Martin Künkler on topic Re:Natural/Hand Horn Literature
Please aks those boys:

http://www.koebl.de

They speak english, no problem to call them. You also can take a look to:

http://www.pizka.de

Very good is the Naturhornschule (Handhorn Methode) by Schantl. But I have no guess, where You can buy it, sorry.

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21 Jun 2008 01:28 #117 by David G Elliott
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I think the best introduction to natural/hand horn playing is Paul Austin's "A Modern Valve Horn Player's Guide to the Natural Horn"
This book is available at Birdalone.

Also anyone wishing to start with a great foundation to the technic and lore of the hand horn should consider Rick Seraphinoff's summer sessions at Indiana University.

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21 Jun 2008 05:31 #118 by Martin Künkler
Replied by Martin Künkler on topic Re:Natural/Hand Horn Literature
Dear David, I am interested in this book.
But whats "birdalone"? Is it an (internet)shop or a editor?

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