Below is a list of searches using subject headings that may prove useful when searching for tuba and euphonium materials in VuFind, the online library catalog. Using quotation marks will return results containing the exact phrasing of the subject heading.
This resource is a book that analyzes the history and evolution of the tuba in Europe and America, providing information on its various manifestations and its use in music from different countries and regions. The book includes illustrations and diagrams of the different horns related to the tuba and a bibliography.
These program notes, written by the composers themselves, describe 88 works for the solo tuba, including works for the tuba alone, tuba and piano, and tuba with other types of accompaniment. Each entry gives complete publication data, a history of the piece, its instrumentation and movements, and a description of its musical structure and characteristics.
A massive research effort by leading professional tubists in 36 countries presents a comprehensive picture of the tuba. This encyclopedic volume fills a need for tubists at all levels of study and accomplishment. It is invaluable for composers, music educators, conductors, administrators, librarians, historians, and everyone who enjoys the art of tuba performance.
This resource is a treatise written for the purpose of tracing the history and development of the baritone horn and euphonium from its origins in late Saxon times up into the present day. The conclusion reached by the author is that the baritone horn and euphonium are derived from the family of valved bugles.
This resource is a revised and expanded edition of a dissertation written for the purpose of providing an overview of the relevant information on the tuba as it applies to its place in the world of instrumental music. The book focuses on three distinct branches of musical activity related to the tuba: composition or creative writing, teaching, and performance.
The tuba virtuoso Harvey Phillips tells the story of his life and career from his Missouri childhood through his days as a performer with the King Brothers, the Ringling Bros., and Barnum & Bailey circuses, his training at the Juilliard School, a stint with the US Army Field Band, and his freelance days with the New York City Opera and Ballet.
Tuba and Euphonium Periodicals
Note: Periodicals are arranged alphabetically in MPAL.
This quarterly journal is the main publication of the International Tuba-Euphonium Association and is a continuation of the journal under its previous name of the Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association. The library has all current volumes of this publication.
This journal was the main publication of the Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association before it became known as the International Tuba-Euphonium Association in 2001. The library has all of the published volumes of this journal from the year 1976 up to 2001.