It is rare in music pedagogy that something truly revolutionary comes along. Progressive Repertoire is the first English language method for beginning Double Bass to incorporate the innovative division of the Bass fingerboard into six positions, developed by renowned French bassist François Rabbath in his three volume Nouvelle Technique de la Contrebasse. Mr. Vance has created a method that introduces these revolutionary ideas in a progressive manner using familiar folk and classical material to produce studies and pieces that will appeal to novice Basses of all ages. In addition, a Compact Disc is included with each of the primary books containing all the music performed by François Rabbath, with Elizabeth Azcona-Hartmark, piano.ProgressiveRepertoire for Double Bass will introduce American teachers and students to the most important techniques developed for the instrument.
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So, you have an ecvellent bass player who needs some extra challenges. But, the rest of your orchestra can't handle the bass literature that offers that challenge. The Progressive Repertoire is an excellent resource of graded solos that one could compare to the Suzuki series for violin, viola, and cello. The benefit of these is that they were arranged by an excellent bass pedagogue using his fingering method that introduces the higher positions first, which I've been told helps the beginning bass player's comfort level since the arm and shoulder are at a more normal level for starters. The pieces are based on octaves, fifths and fourths in the first book, which is an excellent foundation for aural training. Each book comes with a CD of Francois Rabbath performing the pieces, which is helpful as well. --Nebraska Music Educator, April 2010
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Descrizione libro Carl Fischer Distribution. Noten. Condizione libro: Neu. Neuware - Deutsch. Codice libro della libreria 9780825833304