Progressive Repertoire for the Double Bass - Vol. 2


Franz Peter Schubert
Robert Schumann
Jean Philippe Rameau
Niccolo Paganini
Ludwig Van Beethoven
George Frideric Handel
C. Webster
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Johann Sebastian Bach
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Thomas Haynes Bayly

Arranged by George Vance
Edited by George Vance
Solo Book
Instrumentation: Contrabass
Item Number: O5428
Number of Pages: 45
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print

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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, downloadable audio performed by François Rabbath is included with each of the primary books, with Elizabeth Azcona-Hartmark, piano. Progressive Repertoire for Double Bass will introduce American teachers and students to the most important techniques developed for the instrument.

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Pregressive Repertoire for the Double Bass - Vol. 2 - MP3 archive
Performed by François Rabbath, double bass

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Arranger Vance, George
Editor Vance, George

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Sakura
Long, Long Ago
Wiegenlied
Hatikvah
Song of the Volga Boatmen
Long, Long Ago
Moto Perpetuo
The Happy Bass Player
The Happy Farmer
Old French Song
Rigaudon
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Chorus from "Judas Maccabaeus"
Book 4 Musette
Impertinence
Flow Gently, Sweet Afton
Allegro
Minuet in D
Minuet in G
Wiegenlied
BourrTe
Scherzo
Waltz
March of the Kings
Contredanse

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