Writings about Arnold Jacobs

Books about Arnold Jacobs

Frederiksen, Brian. Edited by John Taylor. ARNOLD JACOBS: SONG AND WIND. 1996, WindSong Press, Gurnee, Illinois.

Irvine, Gregory B. “Arnold Jacobs’s Legacy., Scholar Publications

Loubriel, Luis.

Brass singers : the teaching of Arnold Jacobs, Scholar Publications

Lasting Change for Trumpeters: The Pedagogical Approach of Arnold Jacobs, Scholar Publications

Nelson, Bruce, Also Sprach Arnold Jacobs, Polynomia Press

Stewart, M. Dee (editor), ARNOLD JACOBS, THE LEGACY OF A MASTER, 1987, Northfield, Il, The Instrumentalist Company

Dissertations and Thesis

Barrier, Christopher Cody – The breath of music

Blanchard, Eric John – Legato Trombone A Survey of Pedagogical Resources

Buckmaster, Matthew T. – Teaching Strategies of Successful College Trombone Professors for Undergraduate Students

Budde, Paul Joseph – An Analysis of Methods for Teaching Middle School Band Students to Articulate

Call, Robert Steven – Tuba studio teaching Three case studies of highly effective teachers, University of Utah

Daussat, David M.- BIRTH OF A MODERN CONCERTO: AN EXPLICATION OF MUSICAL DESIGN AND INTENTION IN JOURNEY: CONCERTO FOR CONTRABASS TUBA AND ORCHESTRA

Fischer – Ralph Vaughan Williams Aninterpretive analysis of Concerto forBass Tuba

Ford, James – A SCIENTIFIC CHARACTERIZATION OF TRUMPET MOUTHPIECE FORCES IN THE CONTEXT OF PEDAGOGICAL BRASS LITERATURE

Haramule, Jacob Frederik – TUBAPEDAGOGICAL ARTICLE COMPENDIUM ARRANGED
ACCORDING TO THE DEWITT BRASS MODEL

Hohauser-Nizza, Carol Miriam – INTERNAL ASPECTS OF FLUTE TECHNIQUE: A
MIXED-METHOD INVESTIGATION OF TEACHING STRATEGIES AND THEIR EFFECTIVENESS

Irvine, Gregory B. “Arnold Jacobs’ Pedagogical Approach: Context and Applications” DM Dissertation, Northwestern University, June 2001.

JOHNSON, ADAM – THE FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO TROMBONE TECHNIQUE: A COMPREHENSIVE STRATEGY FOR ADDRESSING COMMON TECHNICAL DEFICIENCIES IN TROMBONE PERFORMANCE

Kutz, David W. “Arnold Jacobs: Methods and Materials of Pedagogy: An investigation into the methodology used in private instruction and in masterclass settings with specific concentration on materials utilized.” DM Dissertation, Northwestern University.

Leblanc, John R. “The legacy of Arnold Jacobs teaching and the future of tubapedagogy.”D.M.A Thesis, Manhattan School of Music, 2000

Loubriel, Luis. The pedagogical approach of Arnold Jacobs as applied to trumpet pedagogy, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, 2005, 303 pages;

Marston – Finding the balance Jan Kagarice, a case study of a master trombone teacher

MCGRANNAHAN, A GRAYDON – THE PEDAGOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF M. DEE STEWART TO THE STUDY OF TROMBONE

McKnight, Michael – EXPLORING THE PRIVATE MUSIC STUDIO: PROBLEMS FACED BY
TEACHERS IN ATTEMPTING TO QUANTIFY THE SUCCESS OF TEACHING THEORY IN PRIVATE LESSONS THROUGH ONE METHOD AS OPPOSED TO ANOTHER

Pierce, Denise Lyn Root – APPLYING THESTUDY OF BEL CANTO VOCAL TECHNIQUE TO
ARTISTIC HORN PLAYIN PERFECT LEGATO,BEAUTIFUL SOUND, AGILITY, AND MUSICAL
EXPRESSION

Sargent – Vincent Cichowicz VincentDiMartino and Armando Ghitalla Three American trumpet master teachers

Shapiro, Lily – Dueling Philosophies: Arnold Jacobs’s Ideological Break with Traditional Brass Pedagogy

Thayer, Heather Leweise – HELEN KOTAS (1916-2000) A FEMALE PIONEER IN MAJOR US
ORCHESTRAS

Trusheim, William H., MENTAL IMAGERY AND MUSICAL PERFORMANCE: AN INQUIRY INTO IMAGERY USE BY EMINENT ORC

Veldkamp, Erik G – Veldkamp – Arnold Jacobs – Netherlands

Weikle, Paul Eugene – JOSEPH KREINES ABIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH, AN ANALYSIS OF
AMERICAN SONG SET FOR BAND AND A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF HIS ORIGINAL
COMPOSITIONS AND TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR WIND BAND

Williams – The Jay Friedman legacy

Woolworth, William Neal. A biography of Adolph S. Herseth: His performance and pedagogical contributions

Carol Nowicke – ITEA Oral History Project

Barton Cummings

Robert LeBlanc

Robert Rusk

Gary Tirey

Robert Whaley

Masterclass Transcripts

“Arnold Jacobs: Lecture at International Brassfest, Bloomington, Indiana, June 1, 1995.” Joe Hughes, transcriber. Brian Frederiksen, editor. Parts 1,2 3. Atlanta Brass Society Journal, Volume 7, #1 (Fall, 1995), #2 (Winter,1996), #3 (Spring, 1996).

Arnold Jacobs Masterclass to the International Trumpet Guild, University of Wisconsin, 1978

Arnold Jacobs Master Class United States Marine Corps Seminar 1991

Arnold Jacobs master class notes from Trenton State University, 1989

Arnold Jacobs Masterclass Part II

Indiana University Lecture 5/73 (First International Tuba Euphonium Conference)

Lipp, Charles, “Notes from Northwestern University Masterclass

Other Materials

“14 Musicians Play Teachers for a Day,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); May 12, 1968.

Adolph Herseth – from CSO archives“Arnold Jacobs Biography.” Intermezzo. [Newsletter of the Chicago Federation of Musicians] (April 1988).

Arnold and Gizella Jacobs Collection Book Index

Arnold Jacobs Chicago Proclimation

Arnold Jacobs, 83, Tuba Great With CSO, Chicago Tribune, October 10, 1998

Arnold Jacobs Quotes

Arnold Jacobs Obituary, Chicago Tribune 10-98

Arnold Jacobs Tributes

Artner, Alan G., “CSO Shows Talent of Numbers with a Trio of Unusual Works”, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, October 27, 1978, Sec 4, p 5

August Helleberg

Bannon, Lorraine. “City to Have Traditional 4th of July—on July 5th.” Evanston [Illinois] Review, July 1, 1982.

Barth, Richard – “Golf and Music (What Arnold Jacobs taught me about Golf)”, Internet Blog

Bishop, Ronald. “Arnold Jacobs on Record: Its Influence on me.” TUBA Journal 15, no. 4 (May 1988): 27-29.

‘Bluebeard’s Castle’ on Symphony’s Bill,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Apr 23, 1967.

Bobo, Roger, “An interview with Arnold Jacobs (12-3-79)”, BRASS BULLETIN, n33:p
43-50 & n34:37+ (1981)

Brubeck, David William.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” TUBA Journal 19, no. 1 (Fall 1991): 54-58.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” no. 1.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” no. 2.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” no. 3.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” no. 4.

“The Pedagogy of Arnold Jacobs.” no. 5.

Buckholz, Chris. “Low Brass Techniques – Arnold Jacobs Breathing Exercises,” University
of Northern Iowa


Byrne, Frank / Grose, Michael – Arnold Jacobs Reconsidered – ITEA Journal – Fall 2015

Cannon, Cynthia, “Arnold Jacobs”, UNPUBLISHED

CASSIDY, CLAUDIA. “On the Aisle,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jan 27, 1964.

“Chicago School of Brass Playing.” – Masterclass notes

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Arnold Jacobs Biography

Arnold Jacobs Chair Endowment

Programs

Arnold Jacobs, January 15, 1948

Arnold Jacobs, April 20-21, 1967

Arnold Jacobs, January 27, 1968 [Performance of Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto]

Arnold Jacobs, October 26-28,1978 [Performance of Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto]

Arnold Jacobs, January 14, 1988, p. 44

Tribute to Arnold Jacobs 12-98

Christine Querfeld Obituary, Chicago Tribune

Clevenger, Dale, “Mentors”, CHICAGO TRIBUNE MAGAZINE, January 27,1985.

“Concerts and Recitals,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jan 12, 1964.

Didrickson, Luther, Driving Mr Jacobs, ITA JOURNAL, Volume 28, Number 3, Summer, 2000.

DREAZEN, PHYLLIS.

“Symphony Brass Ensemble Scores,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Dec 13, 1967.

“Symphony in Ragged Showing,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jan 29, 1968.

Ebbers, Paul. “Masterclass Tuba: Arnold Jacobs.” Accent, Spring 1978.

“Ernest Ansermet Symphony’s Guest Conductor This Week,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jan 21, 1968.

FARKAS, PHILIP – CSO oral history

Frederiksen, Brian.

Arnold Jacobs: A Bibliography.” International Trumpet Guild Journal 17, no. 4 (1993): 25-27

“The Arnold Jacobs Legacy”, New York Brass Conference for Scholarships

Interview with Arnold Jacobs, April 1994

FULLER, STEPHANIE. “La Scala star returns home to sing,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Nov 17, 1968.

Funderburk, Jeffrey L.

“The Man and his Horn.” TUBA Journal 15, no. 4 (May 1988): 43.

“Proper Breath.” TUBA Journal 14, no. 2 (November 1986): 17-18.

Furloug, William Barry, SEASON WITH SOLTI, MacMillan, NY, NY,Pages 297-307

Goldberg, Albert,

“Orchestra to Start Season with 10 New Members”, Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Sep 3, 1944.

“Symphonic Events Multiply as Season Nears End,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Apr 13, 1947.

Haugan, Paul, “T.U.B.A. Profile – Arnold M. Jacobs Tubist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra”,
T.U.B.A. JOURNAL Vol 4, Number 2, Winter 1977

Hirsbrunner, Peter, “The History of the big York – Hirsbrunner Tuba: The Instrument-Maker’s Point of View”, BRASS BULLETIN, No 40 (1982), p. 34-39

Hunt, Ridgely. “THE SYMPHONY: A MATTER OF PRIDE,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current
file); Dec 15, 1968.

Jacobs, Arnold (actually Instrumentalist staff),

“Arnold Jacobs Masterclass”,INSTRUMENTALIST, June 90

“Wind and Song”, INSTRUMENTALIST, Nov, 1991, FLUTE TALK February, 1992

“Mind over Metal”, INSTRUMENTALIST, October, 1992, p. 14-17

Janega, James. Christine Querfeld, 87 – Chicago Tribune, April 27, 2002

Kagarice, Jan, A Tribute to the Legacy of Arnold Jacobs, ITA JOURNAL, Volume 27, Number 1,
Winter, 1999
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Kimball, Will – RESPIRATORY TRAINING FOR MUSICIANS

“Kin of Musicians Form Appreciative Audience During Rehearsal of Chicago Symphony,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Jul 19, 1959.

Kohut, Daniel L.

“An Arnold Jacobs Clinic.” TUBA Journal 15, no. 4 (May 1988): 21-26.

Learning How to Perform Music”, TUBA JOURNAL, May 1988 p.18-20

“Musical Performance: Learning Theory and Pedagogy”, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall, 1985

Kruger, McClean, Kruger.

“A Comparitive Study of Air Support in the Trumpet, Horn, Trombone and Tuba,” ICMPC, 2006

“More Air, Less Air – What is Air”, ITG Journal, March 2012

Leff, Rebecca. “Second Lives in the Second Symphony.” Symphony 42, no. 3 (May-June 1991): 60.

Leroux, Charles. “Beautiful Music is a Breeze for the Maestro of Breathing.” Chicago Tribune, June 22, 1982. Reprinted in Getzen Gazette. Elkhorn, Wi., September 1982

Lightfoot, Robert (photos) & Willis, Thomas (text), THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Chicago, Il, Rand McNally, 1974

Loubriel, Luis.

“Vincent Chicowicz on Arnold Jacobs

“William Scarlett on Arnold Jacobs,” ITG Journal, October 2005

Little, Donald.

“A Young Tubist’s Guide to the Breath.” TUBA Journal 8, no. 3 (Winter 1981): 2-7.

“An Arnold Jacobs Clinic”, TUBA JOURNAL, May, 1988

“Breathing Excercises”

Maldonado, Luis. “A Conversation with Abe Torchinsky.” TUBA Journal 16, no. 4 (Summer 1989): 17-21.

Marston, Karen. “Song and Wind 2.0 Goal Oriented Teaching in the Allplied Studio.”
ITA JOURNAL January, 2014 32-37

“Meet Your First Desk Players”, INTERNATIONAL MUSICIAN,Nov 1957 p10

Meckno, Michael, TWENTIETH CENTURY BRASS SOLOISTS, Westport, Conn.,
Greenwood Press, 1984

Mendoker, Scott. “The Lessons of Arnold Jacobs,” Brass Facts (Dillon Music), Vol 2, Issue 1,
Winter 1995

Meyer, Eileen. “Career Counselin Interviews With Arnold Jacobs and Frank Crisafulli.” Journal of the International Trombone Association 13, no. 4 (October 1985): 32-33.

MIDDLETON, MARY. “Symphony Brings Its Art to the Schools,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Jan 28, 1957.

Monfried, Walter. “Tuba Man Arnold Jacobs Enjoys Tilting at Wind Ills.”Milwaukee Journal,”
March 23, 1975

“Musical notes,”. Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jul 5, 1982.

“News Supplement – World News”, BRASS BULLETIN,n62, 1988

“Notes of the Music World.” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Apr 24, 1960.

Phillips, Harvey (moderator), “The Evolution of the Chicago Symphony Brass Sound, A
Roundtable Discussion with Adolph Herseth, Arnold Jacobs, and Philip Farkas”, INSTRUMENTALIST, Sept 1989, p30-37

Pokorny, Gene & Frederiksen, Brian. Aaron Dodd (1948-2010). ITEA Journal, Fall 2010

“Potpourri”, INSTRUMENTALIST, March, 1968 p10

RAVEN, SEYMOUR, “RAVINIANS HAIL MENDELSSOHN’S MUSIC FOR BARD,” Chicago
Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Aug 5, 1951.

“Reiner Gains Triumph with Francescatti,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Mar 17, 1950.

“Show Business Is Training for Symphony Jobs,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Aug 30, 1952.

Reed, Marc. “You Are Only As Good As Your Last Breath: Improving Brass Pedagogy” – Midwest Clinic Handout

Rider, Wendell. “What I learned from Arnold Jacobs”

Rocco, Roger,

“Concepts of Brass Playing”, INSTRUMENTALIST, July, 1991, p 12-15

“Brass Pedagogy and Performance Practices” (blog)

“THE ARNOLD JACOBS THAT I KNOW “

Rusch, Harold W. and Jacobs, Arnold. Hal Leonard Advanced Band Method: With Special
Studies by Arnold Jacobs
. Winona, Minnesota: Hal Leonard Music, 1963.

Russo, Bill, “An Interview with Arnold Jacobs”

Querfeld, Christine Obituary. Chicago Tribune, April 27, 2002.

Scarlett, William, Arnold Jacobs “Breathe Like a Baby, Play Like an Angel”, ITG JOURNAL, Vol 23, No 4, May 1999

Schneider, Richard. “Arnold Jacobs Sounds Off.” Fritz Reiner Society

Schory, Dick, “Letter to Frank Byrne”, November 25, 1999

Schwendener, Peter. “The Best Tuba Player in the World.” Chicago Reader, June 1, 1984, 1+.

“Seventieth Birthday Celebration Planned for Arnold Jacobs”, TUBA JOURNAL, February, 1985, p. 17

Shapiro, Lily, Dueling Philosophies: Arnold Jacobs’s Ideological Break with Traditional Brass Pedagogy

Smith, Andre,

“Notes from Northwestern Masterclass”, 1992

RESPIRATION FOR WIND MUSICIANS: FROM THE BRONZE AGE TO THE END OF THE 20th CENTURY A Synoptic Review, T.U.B.A. JOURNAL, Summer, 1993

Stewart, M. Dee,

“An Arnold Jacobs Biography.”TUBA Journal 15, no. 4 (May 1988): 14-17.

Arnold Jacobs Loss of a Master

Index to “Arnold Jacobs Legacy of a Master”

Taylor, John,

“Arnold Jacobs – The End of an Era”, TUBA JOURNAL Volume 26, NO. 2, Winter, 1999

“Reminiscences of the Man and His Horn.” TUBA Journal 9, no. 2 (Fall 1981): 20.

This is Arnold Jacobs” 10-6-78

Tracy, Bruce. “Orchestra Showcase The Chicago Symphony Orchestra. “International Trombone
Association Newsletter
7, no. 2 (April 1980): 10-15.

Tucci, Robert. “A Closer Look at the Hirsbrunner York Model CC-Tuba.” TUBA Journal 17, no. 1 (Fall 1989): 34-37.

Violinist to Be “Pop” Soloist”. Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Apr 3, 1949

Von Rhein, John.

“CSO’s quality is clearly a matter of record,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Apr 2, 1978.

“Fitting Tributes Cso Pays Homage To Two Of Its Own: Jacobs, Peck”, Chicago Tribune, December 19, 1998

“Portrait of an Artist, Legacy of an Artist Arnold Jacobs, tuba” Chicago Tribune, January 12, 2007

“Tempo Music,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Sep 12, 1978.

“Tuba or not Tuba, After 44 Years, Arnold Jacobs is leaving the CSO.”Chicago Tribune, September 25, 1988.

“Remembering Reiner,” Chicago Tribune, November 12, 2013

Walters, Rick. The Canadian Brass Book. Milwaukee: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1992.[: 27-28, 92]

Whitfield, Edward J. “Remembrances and Recollections of Arnold M. Jacobs.” TUBA Journal 12, no. 4 (May 1985): 7-8.

Who is Arnold Jacobs?” TUBA Journal 15, no. 4 (May 1988): 30-34. [Comments by: Sir Georg Solti, Volta Andy Anders, Roger Bobo, Chuck Daellenbach & Gene Watts, Eugene Dowling, Richard Frazier, Ralph Hepola, Fritz Kaenzig, Don Little, Dan Perantoni, Gene Pokorny, Chester Roberts, Roger Rocco, Abe Torchinsky, William Winkle.]

Willis, Thomas.

“Barenboim mutes analytic nature for Schumann fling,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Mar 17, 1977.

“Brass choir’s gift of gold,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Nov 11, 1975.

“Mahler’s Sixth Heard Here–at Last!,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Jan 5, 1968.

“SOUTH TOWN CONCERT UNIT OPENS SEASON,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Oct 19, 1958.

“Symphony’s 71st Season Soon a Matter of Record,” Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963); Apr 15, 1962.

“The Symphony,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); May 16, 1975.

Winter, Christine. “Scene,” Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file); Oct 27, 1977.

“Wisdom of Arnold Jacobs,” The Dynamic Musician Series Blog

Yeo, Doug. “Edward Kleinhammer: A Life and Legacy Remembered” ITA JOURNAL, Volume 42, Number 2, April 2014

Young, Jerry. “A Lecture by Arnold Jacobs.” TUBA Journal 12, no. 1 (August 1984): 21