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📒First Lessons In Bach ✍ Johann Sebastian Bach
✏First Lessons in Bach Book Summary : This collection of 28 short, melodious pieces by J. S. Bach was compiled and edited by Walter Carroll in order to provide a varied set of easier compositions for study by pianists first being introduced to Bach's work. Includes 11 Minuets, 4 Polonaises, 3 Marches, 2 Musettes, a Bourree, 4 Gavottes, a Scherzo, a Sarabande, and a Prelude.
📒First Lessons In Bach Complete ✍ Johann Sebastian Bach
✏First Lessons in Bach Complete Book Summary : Books I and II of this traditional edition of Musical Classics have been combined in an affordable new volume. An excellent resource for Late Elementary to Early Intermediate pianists.
📒First Lessons In Bach Books I And Ii Complete For The Piano ✍ Johann Sebastian Bach
✏First Lessons in Bach Books I and II Complete for the Piano Book Summary : The revised and reworked edition of this timeless classic includes the combined Book I and Book II volumes, with complete fingering, tempo, dynamic, and articulation markings. An excellent resource for late elementary to early intermediate pianists, teachers and students.
📒First Lessons In Bach For The Piano ✍ Johann Sebastian Bach
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📒Exploring Piano Masterworks Mazurkas 5 Selections ✍ Frédéric Chopin
✏Exploring Piano Masterworks Mazurkas 5 Selections Book Summary : This series is designed to introduce piano students with experience playing standard piano literature to masterworks by a variety of composers. Seven volumes in the series are available and include the most accessible and popular works in the genre, plus informative text, performance notes and detailed composer biographies. This edition for late intermediate pianists includes: * Mazurka in B-flat Major, Op. 7, No. 1 * Mazurka in C Major, Op. 7, No. 5 * Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 7, No. 2 * Mazurka in G Minor, Op. 67, No. 2 (Posthumous) * Mazurka in F Major, Op. 68, No. 3 (Posthumous)
📒First Lessons Violin ✍ CRAIG DUNCAN
✏First Lessons Violin Book Summary : This text presents beginning violin technique and basic music-reading fundamentals, with an emphasis on the use of melodies and classical pieces to teach each new concept. the 28 lessons include basic technique and reading skills, scales in the keys of A, D, G, and C as well as bowing techniques such as dynamic contrast, slurs, accents, and staccato bowing. There are 47 melodies presented including works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Handel, Mozart and other classical composers. the companion CD features all of the exercises and pieces recorded with solo violin and piano accompaniment.•
📒First Lessons Clarinet ✍ JEREMY VINER
✏First Lessons Clarinet Book Summary : First Lessons Clarinet introduces beginning students to the fundamentals ofplaying the clarinet, reading music, caring for and maintaining the instrument, and musical techniques like articulation and dynamics. More than 40 exercises and melodies help to gradually integrate newly learned techniques. These include classical melodies from composers like Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and Dukas. The book comes with accompanying audio online
📒First Lessons Alto Saxophone ✍ JEREMY VINER
✏First Lessons Alto Saxophone Book Summary : This book is designed for the person who may know nothing about music and have had no previous saxophone training. the book, complete with audio, covers the basics of technique on the alto saxophone, as well as provides an introduction to the most fundamental elements of music. Skills are presented, reinforced through exercises, and implemented via real repertoire.
📒Johann Sebastian Bach ✍ Martin Geck
✏Johann Sebastian Bach Book Summary : Discusses Bach's musical accomplishments through the stages of his life, from his humble origins as a self-taught court musician to his role as kapellmeister and cantor of St. Thomas's Church.
📒Bach ✍ Charles Francis Abdy Williams
✏Bach Book Summary : Bach The position of Johann Sebastian Bach as one of a numerous family of musicians is unique. Of no other composer can it be said that his forefathers, contemporary relations, and descendants were all musicians, and not only musicians, but holders of very important offices as such. All his biographers have therefore given some account of his family antecedents before proceeding to the history of his life; and I have found myself obliged to follow the same course. In other respects I have adopted the plan made use of by the older biographers, of keeping the account of his life distinct from that of his compositions. Every biography is necessarily based on that written by his two sons, four years after his death, published by Mizler, and the one published in 1802 by Forkel, who was intimate with the sons. Hilgenfeldt’s account follows these, and in later years further information has been acquired from the searches into archives, and other ancient documents, by C. H. Bitter and Philipp Spitta. Any details concerning the life and works of this remarkable man are interesting; and it is probable that researches will be continued for some time to come. Thus, last year (1898) a “celebration” took place at Ohrdruf in memory of Bach’s school career there; and[vi] Dr Friedrich Thomas took the opportunity of publishing some details of the Bach family which had escaped Spitta. The name of Bach is reverenced by Thuringian organists, and I this year had interesting conversations with his successors at Arnstadt and Mühlhausen, Herr Kellermann and Herr Möller. But the chief music-seller at Arnstadt told me that “Bach’s music is out of date; no one has now any interest in such old-fashioned compositions.”