Professional quartets, advanced school ensembles, and string orchestras will enjoy the pieces included in this new chamber music series. The first book in the series includes highlights of classical
This revised edition marks over three decades in publication as "the standard" in bass method books. Through the years since this book was first published, Rufus felt that a major revision was needed. The
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A selection of some of the most famous classical repertoire pieces which can be played as solos, duets, or quartets with optional accompaniment. CD available separately. Titles include: Overture
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,
These books make learning more fun! Designed for either individual or class instruction, they are wonderful supplements to any method, giving students a chance to play melodies while they learn reading and
Because a fine orchestra depends on fine players, Solo Time for Strings emphasizes individual accomplishment, progress, and achievement while preparing young students for participation in a school
Here is a sampling of song titles in Book 3: Haydn Melodies; Beethoven Melodies; Melodies by Chopin; Christmas Songs; Larghetto; Gavotte; Barcarolle; Ave Verum Corpus.
Progressing into more serious literature, Book 4 includes twenty-four pieces, such as: Andante (Gluck); On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn); Minuetto (Beethoven); Jesu, Joy of
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