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Schoology
Jason Gunn
Director of Bands

Courses Taught:

High School Band

Assists with 6th - 8th Grade bands at OBMS

 

Welcome back!  I am excited to get this year started with you guys!  We will no doubt face challenges, as we do every year.  However, I have no doubt in your ability to do great things!  Let's make this the best year possible! 

#workhard #benice


Excellence is a habit! 

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Bio
Mr. Gunn graduated from Kossuth High School in 2005. He then attended Itawamba Community College for two years and then the University of Mississippi for 2 1/2 years. After graduating Mr. Gunn taught as adjunct staff at Lewisburg High School in the spring of 2010. Mr. Gunn began his full time teaching career at Olive Branch Middle School in the fall of 2010. He remained at OBMS for 7 years teaching 6th, 7th, and 8th grade bands as well as the OBMS colorguard class.  During those 7 years he also at Olive Branch High School where he taught the colorguard, winterguard, concert band, and symphonic band. In the fall of 2017 Mr. Gunn became the Director of Bands at Olive Branch High School where he directs the Conquistador Marching Band and the OBHS Wind Ensemble. He assists with the 6th and 7th grade bands at OBMS.
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If you visit THIS LINK you will find scale sheets for each instrument.  I haven't looked through all of them, but from what I can tell the "concert band" column is one octave scales and the "symphonic band/wind ensemble" column has more octaves.  However, even those still have one octave scales for some instruments.  You can get two octave scale sheets HERE.  

Obviously, if you have your own scale sheet at home, you can use that.  This is just for people that don't have one at home.  

I'm sure you can google "Flute Scale sheet" etc and find a million different versions!  If you are looking at this page with your phone, you literally have the whole internet in your hand! :)

HAPPY PRACTICING