The study of string instruments should include ensemble playing at the earliest possible stage. There is much to be gained from the playing of duets. Each player learns how to listen to the other, and in a
This remarkably simple, yet sophisticated sounding piece from Mark Williams allows for the development of many expressive possibilities in young players. Syncopation and spicatto are explored and developed
The energy core of any jazz ensemble or small group is the rhythm section! It radiates the groove, time and essence of the music. This outstanding and comprehensive series includes introductions,
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Any combination and any number of instruments can play together in harmony. Woodwinds, brass, strings, and mallet percussion can have fun playing in like-instrument or mixed-instrument ensembles.
A variety of instruments can play trios in three-part harmony with these flexible and invaluable books. The basses must play the bottom line only, but the music is arranged so they have the melody from time
There simply could not be a more flexible series of ensemble books! You can put together a flute-tuba duet, oboe-French horn duet, or any other combination you wish, including standard combinations such as
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