4 edition of double bass found in the catalog.
|Statement||Patrick Süskind ; translated by Michael Hofmann.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
The English Double Bass, a landmark publication on the history of double basses in England Illustrated in exquisite detail, this page volume is a testament to the double bass in England, charting its story from the first pioneering luthiers to the last greats at the end of the 19th Century. Over beautiful photographs, [ ]. Nic makes his way home from a busy day at school with a double bass on his back, the symphony of his surroundings in his heart, and a sweet surprise for the reader at the end of his journey. This is a sweet, melodious picture book about how dedication, music, and family can overcome any : Random House Children's Books.
Bass Tabs – The Best Bass Tab Books Bassist frequently contact us asking about bass tabs, and so we reached out to the owner of , Dave Tuckman, to find out the best bass tab books requested most by bass players. The Best Bass Tab Books BASS TAB WHITE PAGES LEGENDARY BASS GUITAR SONGS THE [ ]. To Make A Double Bass by H.S. Wake Harry Wake, a longtime professional cellist and engineer, originally self-published this book in -- and then revised it in Whenever someone on the online forums pipes up "where can I get detailed plans to build my own upright bass," this book usually gets a shout-out.
Parents need to know that Andrea J. Loney's Double Bass Blues, illustrated by Rudy Gutierrez, won a Caldecott 's a sparely worded, sound-heavy, boldly colored picture book that speaks volumes. Nic, a talented young double bass player has a long, rough, commute from his suburban school, where he's admired for his musicianship, back into the 5/5. As I read Double Bass Blues, I cansee and feel the double meaning of the title. Nic is a young Black boywho plays the double bass at his suburban school. Unlike his friends, to get home he must travel across town — and with a double bass on his back. During his travels, he runs into a dog who is nearly ready to eat himand his instrument. He must then board a Author: Nicholl Montgomery.
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Nic makes his way home from a busy day at school with a double bass on his back, the symphony of his surroundings in his heart, and a sweet surprise for the reader at the end of his journey. This is a sweet, melodious picture book about how dedication, music, and family can overcome any obstacle/5(17).
This book is a delight. I picked it up because, having read Das Parfum, I knew Süskind's way with words was irresistible. What I wasn't expecting was such a funny, occasionally biting, genuinely warm examination of how we live with ourselves, with each other, with music and sometimes with a double bass/5.
The Joe Double bass book book is straight ahead well written and filled with lots of double bass rhythms & fills. Joe will show you have to both hands & feet to play great combination fills.
Buy this book & The Joe Franco Double Bass DVD & you will have what you need to get the double bass /5(13).
A Caldecott Honor book for"Double Bass Blues" is the story of Little Nic who plays the double bass at school and then travels home through the hustle and bustle of the city streets, with his bass in tow, to make music at home with his granddaddy and friends.
Andrea J. Loney's sparse, but effective, text dots the pages of this gorgeous /5(). The English Double Bass book explores in great detail how the double bass came to England; the instruments that were there before it; and the incredible instruments that were made in the 18th and 19th Century.
With colour photographs presented over pages this is a must-have for anyone with an interest in the double bass. Open quick view dialog for Hal Leonard Rockin' Strings: Double Bass - Improv Lessons & Tips for the Contemporary Player Book/Audio Online Hal Leonard Rockin' Strings: Double Bass - Improv Lessons &.
Progressive Repertoire for the Double Bass, Vol. 1 (Book & MP3) [George Vance, Annette Costanzi] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Progressive Repertoire for the Double Bass, Vol. 1 (Book & MP3)/5(23). Setup And Repair of the Double Bass for Optimum Sound: A Manual for Players, Makers, And Repairers [Traeger, Chuck, Brownell, David, Merchant, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Setup And Repair of the Double Bass for Optimum Sound: A Manual for Players, Makers, And Repairers/5(26). J.S. Bach: Magnificat No. 2 “Et Exultavit” Continuo Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B-minor Double and Badinerie Violin Concerto No.2 in E-Major (mm. offers a special price on the spectacular vintage-bass book by Rush frontman: GEDDY LEE'S BIG BEAUTIFUL BOOK OF BASS.
This lavishly produced volume -- large format and hardcover -- is a wondrous celebration of the instrument, including its origins and history, and the weird and wonderful shapes it has taken. For bass enthusiasts. Orchestral Excerpts for Double Bass - A collection of authentic parts in the public domain of audition excerpts for double bass compiled into a book.
Bass Drum. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DOUBLE BASS DRUMMING by Bobby Rondinelli and Michael Lauren (Modern Drummer Publications) With hundreds of warm-ups, beats, and fills, this is the most comprehensive double bass book on the market.
(Purchase here) BASS DRUM CONTROL by Colin Bailey (Hal Leonard). Buying a book is ok, just don't expect much. Concentrate on basic music theory and correct technique/posture. That's about all the "Play Bass like a Pro" books are good for.
EDIT: Bass Guitar for Dummies is the one I found most useful FWIW. Double Bass: The Ultimate Challenge – Jeff Bradetich’s magnum opus on double bass technique is an incredibly well put together resource on all things double bass. Jeff is a master teacher and provides an invaluable resource in this visually appealing book.
Upright Bass Orchestral Excerpt Books,Lowest Prices. Orin O'Brien's Double Bass Notebook There is a new double bass book out now by Orin O'Brien, a well known player and bass teacher. She currently plays in the New York Philharmonic and has been a member there since She teaches at both Julliard and the Manhattan School of Music and has had many, many great students.
The Italian Double Bass will feature some of the finest double basses ever made. Authors Thomas Martin, Martin Lawrence and George Martin present some 90 double basses from around 50 of the great Italian makers in a fine art book, with similar production standards and materials to The English Double Bass.
BBG. A Double Bassist's Guide to Refining Performance Practices by Murray Grodner. This book, like the one above (O'brien) is a MUST have book for any serious student or professional embarking on a career of playing the double bass. Hal Leonard Essential Elements for Strings - Double Bass 1 Book/Online Audio $ Add to Cart Carl Fischer The ABC's of Bass for the Absolute Beginner to the Intermediate Student Book.
More than a player's manual, this book portrays jazz bass as a vital element of 20th century American music. Citing examples from key recordings in the jazz canon, the book defines the essence of the musical contributions made by more than 70 important jazz bassists, including Ray Brown, Eddie Gomez, Charles Mingus, Milt Hinton and many others/5(26).
This is a "titan" book to have for the double bass. As listed in Murray Groder's Comprehensive Catalog of Music Books, Recordings and Videos For The Double Bass, "it is the most complete volume on the double bass, it's history, traditions etc." Originally pages long, this one, pages, with 46 illustrations.BB Billè New Method for Double Bass, Part 2, Pratical Course 4, E.R.
This book includes more thumb positioning practice and lots of music written in tenor cleff. More of the same complex bowing and fingering combinations. No orchestra excerpts in this one, though he wrote a "Madrigal" with piano part in the back.Double Bass Solo Book 1, 55 carefully-graded melodies and pieces from the orchestral repertoire, selected by Keith Hartley, (ISBN: ), published by OUP, 40 pages.
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