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On the Cover: Featured alongside tuba great Don Butterfield in this issue’s “Tributes for Two New York Tuba Legends,” tubist Bill Barber is legendary for his recordings as part of the Miles Davis/Gil Evans Birth of the Cool Band and his work as a teacher, mentor, and educator.

ITEA Journal Volume 34:3 (Spring 2007)

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Tributes for Two New York Tuba Legends
Part I: Bill Barber
Bill Barber, Tuba by Harvey Phillips
Recollections on my studies with Bill Barber 1973–1979 by Michael Salzman
Tribute to Bill Barber by Allan Langstaff
Bill Barber: the “Birth of the cool” tuba player by Stan Woolley
Part II: Don Butterfield
Don Butterfield, Tuba by Harvey Phillips
Tribute to Don by Paulette Attie
Don Butterfield: Teacher and Friend by Dean A. Sommerville
And The Memory Lingers On by Alice Butterfield

ITEA Gem Series No. 14:
Caprice (2006) for Solo Tuba Grant Harville

40th Anniversary Celebration of the
Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble: A Carnegie Hall Concert Review by David Chamberlain

The Tuba Works of Jan Koetsier Ed Owen
Part II: Works for Tuba and Orchestra and Multiple Tubas

ITEA Member Profile:
Israeli Tubist Yuval “Tuby” Zolotov & BOOM PAM by Jason Smith

Chamber Music Corner: Wisconsin Brass Quintet (Michael Forbes, Associate Editor)

Historical Instrument Section: Serpent (Clifford Bevan & Craig Kridel, Co-Editors)
The original intent of the serpent
by Craig Kridel


ITEA News (Lloyd Bone, Associate Editor)
New Materials (Mark Nelson, Associate Editor)
Programs (Kenyon Wilson, Associate Editor)
President's Corner (Dennis Askew, ITEA President)

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