Member resources

Transposition Chart - This chart will help you determine what concert pitch means for your instrument.
        C Instruments - Flute, Oboe, Bells, Trombone, Euphonium Bass Clef, Tuba, Electric Bass
        Bb Instruments - Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, tenor sax, trumpet, Baritone Treble clef
        Eb Instruments - Alto Sax
        F Instruments - French Horn


Listening LInks for Fall 2017




Rehearsal Notes
    The rehearsal notes are scans of the first page of the score of a band piece and has the description of the piece and a bio of the composer or arranger.
            Click HERE to read through the notes.

Music Topics/Worksheets

Keyed Instruments - Find out why many instruments are in different keys and what is meant by the term 'Concert key'.
Major Scales - Learn about Whole Steps, Half Steps and major scales and how to figure out the scales for yourself.
Online Tools - A sample of some useful music websites and apps
Intervals - Learn what the interval of a third, a sixth, a seventh, etc. means and get some ideas how to hear these intervals.
Musical Markings - What does Allegro mean? How about dolce?
Time Signatures - What does 4/4, 6/8, 3/4 really mean?

Listening LInks for Spring 2017

Listening Links for Spring 2017 Combined concert



Listening Links for Fall 2016

        Bb Solos will happen after the DS al Coda at measure 9. Please repeat m. 9 to end of m. 20 as many times as needed and start playing again at m. 21 at the conductor's cue.
        Here is the Bb blues scale. The notes of the Bb blues scale can easily be used to improvise on this tune. Enjoy.