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Riassunto: This collection includes twelve pieces especially arranged for cello from Beethoven's incidental works. The pieces are playable in first position except for an occasional E above middle C. The book begins with the easiest arrangements and progresses in level of difficulty. Most of the piano parts double the melody to aid in performance.
L'autore: Craig Duncan is an active Nashville musician fluid in both country and classical styles. He began his study of the violin when he was eight and went on to garner a Bachelor of Music degree from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Craig's performance experience includes the Grand Ole Opry, the Porter Wagoner Show, and TV specials with various country and bluegrass artists. Craig has been the featured instrumentalist on over fifty record albums, with sales in excess of three million. He is a member of the National Fiddler's Hall of Fame and Who's Who in Music and Musicians and is recognized internationally for his numerous books and arrangements of fiddle music published by Mel Bay Publications, Inc. He has produced numerous recordings for the gift shop market in a variety of musical styles. As a hammered dulcimer player, he is known for his work on Green Hill's Country Mountain series as well as Brentwood Music's Smoky Mountain series. He is active in the Nashville music industry as an instrumentalist, contractor, producer and arranger. In addition to his performance activities, he is also Adjunct Professor of Fiddle at the Belmont School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee. He is actively involved in carrying on the tradition of American fiddling and is engaged in research, writing, and teaching in this field.
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Descrizione libro Mel Bay Publications, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0786665807
Descrizione libro Mel Bay Publications, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0786665807