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ITEA Journal Volume 40 Number 2 (Winter 2013)

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David Zerkel
On our cover: David Zerkel pictured in 2013. We are happy to present this portrait of David Zerkel the performer, pedagogue, and ITEA Past-President.
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Editor's Desk (Benjamin Pierce, Journal Editor)

President's Corner (Deanna Swoboda, ITEA President)

Conference Corner

ITEA News (Gretchen Renshaw, Associate Editor)

New Materials (Mark Nelson, Associate Editor)

Sonidos del Sur: Panatubas 2012 by Patricio Cosentino

Looking Back: Early Growth of TUBA by Michael Lynch

Historical Instrument Column (Craig Kridel and Clifford Bevan, Editors):
The Microtonal Tuba: Capabilities and Opportunities by Robin Hayward

Pedagogy Section:
Tips for Tuba: The Freelance Lesson Instructor by Angelo Kortyka
It's Not Magic-A Note on Practicing by Øystein Baadsik
Teaching Through the Tuba Ensemble: An Interview with Winston Morris, Scott Watson, and Kevin Wass by Kevin Sanders
Dear Dr. TubaEuph by Kevin Wass

ITEA Chapter Highlight: Memphis by Mark Bonner

Regular Features
Experts' Excerpts for Euphonium: Festive Overture by Dimitri Shostakovich/ Donald Hunsberger by Matthew Tropman

ITEA Gem Series No. 29: Americana by Jordan Henry

From the Back Row
From the Back Row: Thoughts from Gene Pokorny (2012) by Gene Pokorny, with Matthew Lyon

Brass Band Corner
The Brass Band of Battle Creek by Jennifer Rupp with Benjamin Pierce

Military Corner:
Adam Arnold of the Royal Australian Navy Band by Mark Jenkins

Special Features

2013 ITEA Elections:
ITEA 2013 Elections for President-Elect/Vice-President

2013 Leonard Falcone Festival:
Reflections on the 2012 Leonard Falcone Festival by Danny Helseth

23rd International Competition "Città Di Porcia"

Zerkel: the Man, the Myth, the Tubaby Sarah Stout

Harvey Phillips Remembered:
The Wisdom, Action, and Heart of "Mr. Tuba"by Ted Cox