Officially founded in 1973 as
the Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association, the International Tuba Euphonium Association is dedicated to promoting and advancing the tuba and euphonium instruments. The organization comprises
performers, educators, students, and amateurs of all backgrounds.
As a non-profit organization, it is supported by membership dues and donations.
Orchestral Players Project: AUBREY FOARD
Preston Light, new online editor for the ITEA Orchestral Player's Project, interviews Charlotte Symphony principal tubist
Aubrey Foard. Aubrey is also Lecturer of Tuba and Euphonium at the University of
California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and Artist Faculty at the Brevard Music Center.
He also performs as Principal Tubist with the Santa Barbara Symphony in
California, Principal Tubist of the Britt Festival Orchestra in Oregon, and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
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ITEA Standard Literature List
Recently presented at ITEC 2016, Mark Cox and fellow committee members Mary Jo Cox, Seth Fletcher, Drew Jones,
Steve Maxwell, Matt Mireles, Jesse Orth, Joel Pugh and Patty Welch have completed the enormous task of version 1.0 of the ITEA Standard Literature List available to
all members of the music community!
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Latest Journal Highlights: Volume 44 Number 1
Joe Dollard, Associate Editor for Jazz, interview's the most recent winner of the Matteson Jazz Competition, Aaron Eckert, a student of Professor Mark Kellogg at the Eastman School of Music.
Nick Leibl interviews virtuoso tubist Heiko Triebener Triebener who has held many military band positions &
including the Saarbrücken Radio Symphony, the Munich Air Force Band, the Bonn Beethoven Orchestra,
and currently, the Bamberg Symphony. He has
taught at Music University Würzburg since 2012. He also a co-founder of the infamours Melton Tuba Quartett.
Craig Kridel (University of South Carolina) brings us his essay The Dawn of Exploration for
the English Bass Horn?.
Former Coast Guard band member Joanna Hersey authors this issue's installment of "Experts Excerpts" in discussing Sousa's
Stars and Stripes
This transcription by Eddie Sauter was done at the request of Mr. Harvey Phillips to conclude the
First International Tuba Symposium Workshop on May 26, 1973 at Indiana University.
Mr. Sauter gave the manuscript to R. Winston Morris and assigned the rights to T.U.B.A.
(now, ITEA). Mr. Morris, T.U.B.A. Publications Coordinator at that time, included
his manuscript copy of the Sauter manuscript on page 11 of the T.U.B.A. Newsletter,
VOL I, No. 1, Fall 1973.