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  • Solitary Refinement

    Chromatics, Chords & Scales - Concepts for the Committed Bassoonist by

    A musician’s journey never ends, and the work is often solitary. Fortunately for bassoonists, Solitary Refinement can be a trusted companion throughout their musical career, replete with exercises adaptable by bassoon students who are still ...

  • The Missing Strad

    The Story of the World's Greatest Violin Forgery by

    Pay attention to that violin you used in high school. Look closely at the next violin you see at a garage sale. It might be worth millions of dollars. The greatest violin ever made is not in a museum. It might be in your violin case because it was ...

  • Performance

    Delivering Your Own Awesome by

    An easy-to-read, non-statistical guide to “Delivering Your Own Awesome” in music, sport and other competitive aspects of life, this book provides an understanding of what performance actually is by outlining four key steps: practice, rehearsal, ...

  • A Practical Guide for Teaching the Saxophone to Beginners


    Teachers and students of the saxophone will become better instructors and players as a result of following A Practical Guide for Teaching the Saxophone to Beginners. A storehouse of valuable information, gleaned from professional study and over ...

  • Kindred Instruments


    LET’S MAKE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! These musical instruments are very much alive, and share their experiences with us, their ups and downs, their interaction with the world. Open the pages here to dine with tuba and trombone. Meet the violin who is going ...

  • Saxophone Technique


    Imagine a large watermelon. Inside sit the secrets to saxophone virtuosity. Saxophone Technique whacks open the melon, cuts it into slices, and presents each topic as a digestible and tasty treat. Philosophical and phun, Saxophone Technique delves ...

  • Gary Karr: Life on the G String


    Gary Karr: Life on the G String chronicles the extraordinary international career of a double-bass soloist. Launched in 1962 by Leonard Bernstein, in a Young People's Concert at Carnegie Hall viewed on television by seven million people, Karr ...