Bevan Award for Outstanding Research

Oct 14, 2019

In 2010, the International Tuba Euphonium Association established the Clifford Bevan Award for Excellence in Research, a bieenial program seeking to encourage the highest level of research in the area of low brass scholarship. The Bevan Award recognizes research on contemporary as well as historical topics, including acoustincs, composition, theory, scoring, organology, performance practices, and pedagogy.

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Recipients:

2019: Bernhard Rainer, "Bruckner on Valve Trombone? - Low Brass Performance Practice in Anton Bruckner's Works"

2019: Mark Jenkins, "Musicians of Unusual Merit: A Biographical History of The Euphoniumists of The President's Own United States Marine Band"

2016: David Earll, "C.G. Conn Tuba Designs from 1880-1940: An Investigation of Early Tuba Product Lines and Construction Techniques"

2014: Gail Robertson, "Restoring the Euphonium's Legacy as Cello of the Wind Band"

2014: Volny Hostiou, "Le serpent dit francais: aspects organologiques et sonores"

2012: Robin Hayward, "The Microtonal Tuba"

2010: Eugenia Mitroulia, "The Saxtromba: Fact or Fiction?"

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