Publications

Books and Journal Articles

  • Solo Training for Horn (etudes based on standard solo repertoire) Mountain Peak Music, 2016
  • Solo Duet Training for Horns, (duets based on standard solo repertoire) Mountain Peak Music, 2015
  • “Brass Trio Repertoire: Beyond Poulenc,” in The Horn Call: Journal of the International Horn Society, May 2015
  • Book Review: Perry, Glen. The Essential Guide to Horn Maintenance. in The National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors Journal.  Volume 63, No. 2 (Winter 2014-2015).
  • “An Interview with Daren Robbins,” in The Horn Call: Journal of the International Horn Society, February 2013
  • “Daily Routines for Horn,” in The Horn Call: Journal of the International Horn Society, May 2011
  • “Teacher Talk: An Interview with Douglas Hill,” in The Horn  Call, Journal of the International Horn Society, February 2011
  • “Teaching Young Hornists” in The Instrumentalist Magazine, September 2010
  • “Horn Maintenance” in The Instrumentalist Magazine, September 2009
  • Why the Brass Quintet?” in The Horn Call, Journal of the International Horn Society, May 2009
  • “Horn: Stopped and Muted” in The Instrumentalist Magazine, September 2008

Recordings

  • Jan Koetsier: Music for Horn, MSR Classics, MS 1393
  • Metamorphosen: Music for Brass Trio, Chamber Arts Brass, Air Recording
  • Overtures from Overture Hall (performed as a member of the Madison Symphony Orchestra, John Demain, conductor) Ion Records
  • Forbes Plays Koetsier, Michael Forbes, Tuba (performed as principal horn of a horn quartet with solo tuba) Summit Records, CD 462
  • Soliloquies, Demondrae Thurman, Euphonium (performed as Principal Horn of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Chamber Orchestra, David Becker, conductor) Summit Records, CD 431
  • James Dick Plays Edvard Grieg (performed as a member of the Texas Festival Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta, conductor) Round Top Records

Musical Arrangements

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