Research award

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A new incentive for scholarship into low brass has been announced. The Clifford Bevan Award for Research is a $500 award for an outstanding item of research over 4000 words, to be awarded biennially by the International Tuba and Euphonium Association.

The research should be related to low brass, on topics such as these: contemporary and historical topics, acoustics, composition, theory, scoring, organology, and pedagogy and may include methodologies of oral history, biographical and ethnographic, historical, quantitative, statistical, and survey research.

ITEA have named the award after Clifford Bevan in honour of his work in this area.

Full information is contained on the application form (PDF).

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