Edited by Carter Enyeart & J. Klingenberg. For cello. First printing. Includes preface and notes about the editor. Volume 1 contains Nos. 1-34. Volume 2 contains Nos. 35-62.
Twelve etudes are presented in a specific order. The first is in unison in C Major, the second in seconds in C minor, the third in thirds in D Major, the fourth in fourths in D minor, and so on. Most
These etudes are intended for the advanced clarinet student in high school through university level. They have been written in the tradition and spirit of the Rose etudes and studies. Each etude is in
The 18 Concert Etudes were written for the more advanced clarinetist and can function as either workouts for practice sessions or performance pieces. The etudes feature varied technical challenges,
This volume uses only notes in the chalumeau register through three sharps and flats in order to give young players ample opportunity to firmly establish security in the areas of embouchure, tone, and
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.
Henry Schradieck chose the modest designation “studies” for his exercises. Their musical substance, however, goes far beyond that of a study. They are character pieces which get their
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
Advanced Clarinet Studies: The Art of Chunking presents the first and only method for clarinetists to master the process of "chunking" as a practice technique. Through exploration of technical
This method provides the fundamental techniques, musical concepts and performance practices necessary to excel as a vibraphonist. Featuring two and four mallets in accessible to advanced exercises, studies
Bochsa's 40 easy etudes have been the backbone of harp technique since they were written nearly 200 years ago. Editor Carl
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