ETHS Band Resources
The pages maintained within this section of our website contain reference recordings of professional ensembles, recordings of ETHS rehearsals and performances, audition excerpts derived from published sheet music and music collections, published articles, and digital assignments. All of these materials are intended for ETHS student use for educational purposes only.
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ETHS Bands maintains two software subscriptions for student composition, arrangement, and practice use. Uses for this software are limitless, however here are a few suggested uses:
* Compose your own music
* Arrange or transcribe music
* Complete class assignments
* Enter chord changes to create improvisation backing tracks for jazz practice
* Enter a difficult rhythm or lick from your ensemble or solo literature to hear how it's supposed to go, slow down the tempo, and practice with
It is recommended that you purchase your own software subscription, should you intend to use these interfaces in great depth or frequency. These ETHS accounts are for experimental use only.
Noteflight is entirely web-based. You can share your compositions with others, or keep them private.
Muscore is a combination of web-based software and localized computer app. You can compose through the computer app and then upload to the web-based utility just like Noteflight.