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Product NameFirst Book of Practical Studies for Cornet and Trumpet
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Short DescriptionHeight:0.2 inches / Length:11.7 inches / Weight:0.26 pounds / Width:8.6 inches
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AuthorRobert W. Getchell
Page Count32
BindingSheet Music
FeaturesDesigned To Develop Chord Consciousness And Additional Experience, Covers Fundamental Rhythms, Key Signatures And Articulations, Includes Interesting And Melodic Studies, Use For Supplement Or Beginning Method Book, Standard Notation
Long DescriptionThis First Book of Practical Studies is designed to develop chord consciousness and to provide additional experience in the fundamental rhythms, key signatures and articulations and to improve accuracy in reading through the use of interesting and melodic studies. It may be used either to supplement or to follow any beginning method book.
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