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Composer, Tuba player, Educator, Conductor
Kenneth Amis

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Compact Discs


Books & Articles

The Brass Players’ Cookbook   The Music Directors’ Cookbook   Bringing in a Brass Chamber Ensemble   Diversity in Phrasing   Gate Checking Your Large Musical Instrument (or Case)   Musical Chairs   First Steps to Writing for Horn, Trombone and Tuba  


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Ken Amis performs Marcello’s Sonata in A on his student recital in 1990 while pursing a Bachelors degree in composition at Boston University.


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Empire Brass comes up with crazy ideas during recording sessions. During the sessions for the An Empire Brass Christmas: The World Sings CD someone came up the idea to recite the text to the first verse of We Three Kings in a drone-like fashion in preparation for a complete evisceration of the Christmas spirit from this beloved carol. Ken Amis was volunteered to provide the vocals; however, this arrangement never made it on the CD.


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Kenneth Amis conducts the MIT Wind Ensemble through the Saint Saens’ Orient et Occident. This performance took place on December 9, 2011.



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Video

The Lynn University Wind Ensemble performs Contrapunctus 8. Bell-Tone’s Ring by Kenneth Amis performed by the Empire Brass and US Air Force Band Empire Brass performs Orientale.

 

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