Julius Weissenborn's two famous tutor books are still the most popular bassoon etudes in use today. This anthology represents the first ever publication that contains all 11 of the extant full recital
12 Contemporary Jazz Etudes is written by the world-renowned jazz composer, arranger, saxophonist, bandleader, educator, and member of the Yellowjackets, Bob Mintzer. Designed for the medium to
Created for a wide variety of musicians, 12 Medium-Easy Jazz, Blues and Funk Etudes will appeal to both aspiring players and more experienced musicians. Accessible, yet with some challenges, this
Written by jazz musician Bob Mintzer, 14 Jazz & Funk Etudes presents practice and performance aids and explanations in a variety of jazz and funk styles. In addition, the books include a CD
Written for a wide variety of musicians, 15 Easy Jazz, Blues & Funk Etudes will appeal to both aspiring players and to more experienced musicians. For the younger player, particular care is
For Bassoon and Piano by Alberto Orefici.
Orefici was a student of Jancourt at the Paris Conservatory. He followed his teachers example by composing the well-known Melodic Studies and
For Bassoon and Piano by W. A. Mozart. The Bassoonists Revenge! Tired of hearing clarinetists play K. 191? This is the beautiful second movement of Mozart's final wind concerto, popularized by Meryl Streep
The well-known organ piece by Paul Manz has been set for solo instrument and organ by Mark Meuser. Poignant and lyrical. Parts for Treble Instrument in C and B-flat, Viola, and Bass Instrument
Beginning with a calm, reverent setting, these solos are expressive throughout. The middle section is somewhat freer in melodic presentation with the solo treated more as an obbligato line. The quiet ending
The Ballade for Bassoon and Piano, Op. 34, was composed for the bassoon studio examinations in 1912. The work is of moderate difficulty, only utilizing the upper range of the instrument to the
Phrase like a pro! By simply adding one chromatic note, you can convert the most commonly used scales into bebop scales. Bebop scales almost magically turn scales into jazz lines, adding melodic flow and
Cantilene Op. 59 for bassoon and piano by Eugene Jancourt (1815-1901). Jancourt's Cantilene is considered by some to be one of his loveliest works, offering the soloist ample opportunities
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