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Transcribed version of all 60 etudes originally written for horn. A terrific collection of various exercises and studies, featuring a huge variety of tempos,arpeggios and runs. This method helps to improve fluency and smooth air flow andcontributes to overall technique.
A collection of 25 advanced studies for snare drum, which emphasize control, touch, phrasing and style.
Chapter I: Tonguing Etudes (Andersen, Furstenau, & JS, Bach) · Chapter II: Double Tonguing Etudes (Kohler & Karg-Elert) · Chapter III: Triple Tonguing Etudes (Altes & Andersen) · Chapter IV: Slurring Etudes in Groups of Three (Andersen, Kohler & Gariboldi) · Chapter V: Slurring Etudes in Groups of Four (JeanJean & Andersen) · Chapter VI: Slurring in Groups of Five or More (Andersen) · Chapter VII: Etudes Involving Leaps, Lip Slurs & Octaves (Berbiguier, JeanJean, Andersen, Kohler & Altes) · Chapter VIII: Slurring Etudes with a Musical Line (Berbiguier, Kohler & Karg-Elert) · Chapter IX: Slurring & Tonguing Etudes with Mixed Groupings (Kohler & Camus) · Chapter X: Musical Etudes with Ornamentation (Andersen, Paganini, Kohler & Soussmann).
This edition of the Weissenborn method includes fingering and trill charts for the Heckel bassoon and the 50 Studies from Weissenborn Op. 8 Vol. 2.
Subtitled Pi al la Bone, this collection is a mix of 30 highly technical etudes, both legato and articulated. They advocate the use of double valves both independently and as a pair. The subtitle derives its name from the fact that Knaub uses the Greek pi symbol for the second valve when used alone.
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