Into the Third Generation
In 1984, under the direction of M. Dee Stewart, Charles Gorham, Harvey Phillips, and Philip Farkas, the Second International Brass Congress was held on the campus of Indiana University. Arnold Jacobs, the legendary tubist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra was given their highest honor. His dedication to both performance and pedagogy set the stage for "Jake" to become one of the most influential people in the history of brass pedagogy.
The testimonies of his students in 1984 were a clear demonstration of the influence he had on the performing and pedagogical world at the time. 32 years later, those same students, having established their own legacies as performers and pedagogues, still credit Jacobs' teaching for their for their success and are convinced that his methods have stood the test of time, continuing...
These videos are an extension of the documentary:
Into The Third Generation.