Beginner Bassists, young bassists, elementary and middle school bassists all need materials that capture their interest while teching the basics of bass playing. These method books, etudes, and play-alongs are developed with the first time bass players in mind.
Compiled and edited by Larry Clark and Daniel Schmidt.
Foreword and additional editing by Joel Di Bartolo.
Providing useful reference and audition material for college-bound string players, the Protocol series was created by college/university music educators and includes the most frequently requested audition requirements from many universities. Already published for wind and brass players and now available for strings, "Protocol" will not only help build a string player’s repertoire, but it also exposes students to the expectations of the audition process, creating a comfort level that allows for the best audition possible. Students will go into their auditions completely prepared with help from this series.
Table of Contents:
Foreword by Joel DiBartolo
About Joel DiBartolo
About Larry Clark and Daniel Schmidt
How to Use This Book
How to Take an Audition
Ear-training and Music-Theory Placement Exams
Considerations for Choosing an Institution
Repertoire Included on Most Lists of Required Audition Material
SCALES AND ARPEGGIOS
ETUDES AND SOLOS
Don Hermanns' ARC has been the "go-to" ear training, intonation skills building course for more than 15 years. This Course Develops Intonation Skills in all 12 Keys and all related Minors. Includes Scales & Arpeggios, accurate timing, and a true pitch piano accompaniement. Beginners will appreciate working on shifting, rhythm, and reading skills. Intermediate players will appreciate building skills that truly help ensemble play. Please click on title above to learn more....