The Hal Leonard Bass Method is designed for anyone just learning to play electric bass. It is based on years of teaching bass students of all ages and it also reflects some of the best bass teaching ideas from around the world. This special bound edition contains Books 1, 2 and 3 with online audio examples.
Collection of graded repertoire for AMEB Violin exams. Carefully selected by top Australian Violin performers and pedagogues, the grade books feature a diversity of musical styles and often include works by celebrated Australian composers. Repertoire is carefully coordinated to align with the technical requirements at each grade level. Includes piano accompaniment.
Finally, a book that thoroughly traces the rich history of the American drum industry. Historic information, personal anecdotes, and hundreds of black and white and color photos from the golden era of American drum manufacturing. Includes company profiles of Camco, Fibes, Gretsch, Leedy, LandS, Ludwig, Rogers, Slingerland, WFL, George Way, Walberg and Auge, and several others. Includes details on the distinguishing features of over 100 valuable drums that can help experienced and beginning collectors quickly pinpoint exact age, model, and brand. Plus, the color photo section includes 27 of the most collectible drums in the world today!
Teaching Little Fingers to Play More is a fun-filled and colorfully illustrated follow-up book to Teaching Little Fingers to Play. This book strengthens skills learned while easing the transition into John Thompson's Modern Course, Book One.
For the first time, C Paul Herfurth's original books have been completely rewritten with new music and the latest in instrumental technique for a new generation of musicians. The "A New Tune A Day" books have the same logical, gentle pace, and keen attention to detail, but with a host of innovations: the inclusion of an audio CD - with actual performances and backing tracks - will make practice even more fun and exciting, and the explanatory diagrams and photographs will help the student to achieve the perfect technique and tone.