The J.B. Albert 24 Varied Scales and Exercises for the Clarinet remains the perfect clarinet scales book for the development of technical expertise, excellent intonation, and beauty of sound.
These etudes have been used for over a century to prepare trumpet players to play many of the standards in the orchestral repertoire. This edition by acclaimed trumpet performer and prominent pedagogue Mark
Bochsa's 40 easy etudes have been the backbone of harp technique since they were written nearly 200 years ago. Editor Carl Swanson has combined these wonderful etudes with variations, pedal changes and
Bochsa's 40 easy etudes have been the backbone of harp technique since they were written nearly 200 years ago. Editor Carl
The "bible" for clarinetists! Often referred to simply as "Klose," this 293-page book is to clarinet players what the Arban book is to trumpet players. A must for all serious clarinetists!
Cello Power is a series of books designed to be used to expand the cello student's facility and knowledge of the instrument with a focus on technique and concepts that appear in standard cello
A perfect book for developing technical facility and musicianship, this collection focuses on the most common elements of Classical music: major and minor scales, as well as chromatic, pentatonic,
From the author of the popular ABCs of Strings method, Janice Tucker Rhoda's Complete Technique for Cello suits the advanced beginner to upper level student wishing to learn or improve
This viola technique book will suit intermediate to upper-level students wishing to learn or improve their left hand and right arm bow skills. Starting in first position, and proceeding carefully through
Demetrius Constantine Dounis, one of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the twentieth century, was revered for his intense concern for the proper ergonomics of violin playing along with his emphasis on
Written by world renown pedagogue, Roland Vamos, this collection of double-stop exercises fill a void in the literature of technical exercises for cellists. These etudes feature a systematic series of fixed
For the first time, Weissenborn's Method and both volumes of his Opus 8 Studies are presented in one spiral-bound book, revised and expanded by noted bassoonist and teacher Frank Morelli.
Wohlfahrt's Foundation Studies have long been successful tools for violinists and violists in mastering the technical difficulties of their instruments. Originally conceived for a complete
The purpose of Introductory Melodious Etudes is to give the trombonist a chance to practice the various techniques of legato playing without taxing his endurance. Each study is eight measures long
Based on the violin studies of Franz Wohlfahrt, the goal of this never-before-seen collection is to learn to make a wide variety of tonal colors and shapes with music and to teach and reinforce bowing
These 33 etudes, taken from Book 1 (Nos. 1-30) and Book 2 (Nos. 31-56), are those that are most applicable for study by the modern violist. They should prove invaluable for developing and maintaining
With Six Steps to Success, attention is focused on the often-overlooked intermediate student. Each of the six books in this series presents forty instrument-specific etudes that address technique
This diverse collection of 42 etudes for the advancing trombone student contains the most essential studies providing challenges and repertoire to develop tone, technical facility, range, flexibility, and