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Brian Kay

BRASS INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR

Intermediate Tuba Method, Volume 1

by Brian Kay

intermediate euphonium method book - euphonium sheet music

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Motivate and inspire your private lesson students with a balanced diet of musical challenges.

In a world short on attention, progressing tuba students need a method book that is focused, concise, enjoyable, and challenging.  I wrote this book to meet that need.  It presents a carefully curated sequence of material.  Concepts are introduced progressively, developed, and reviewed regularly.  The repertoire in this book creates a series of teachable moments that you can engage with in lessons, as you help your students improve their technique, range, endurance, reading ability, and musical sophistication.

Volume 1 is geared towards students who have completed two volumes of a beginner band method. In this volume, a tuba student will:

After completing Volume 1, a tuba player will be strongly prepared to audition for middle school regional honors ensembles, and capable of being a solid contributor in most high school bands.

Tuba, Volume 1 Sample

Volume 1 is also available for Trombone, Euphonium, and Trumpet.
Volume 2 is not currently available for Tuba.


Praise for Brian Kay's Intermediate Methods


"Congratulations on putting together such a bright, clean, positive collection of music and ideas for this level of player."

Norman Bolter
Trombonist Boston Symphony Orchestra and Principal Trombone of the Boston Pops 1975-2007 (retired), Professor at New England Conservatory and Boston Conservatory at Berklee


"A terrific resource for younger players.  It progresses logically through keys and rhythms allowing players early success on the instrument."

Larry Isaacson
Trombone Professor and Brass Instructor, Boston Conservatory Former member, San Francisco Symphony and Empire Brass Quintet



"I like this book. This book is good!"

Kenny L.
Seventh Grade Student