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eBook Master Solos Intermediate Level - French Horn: Book/CD Pack ePub

eBook Master Solos Intermediate Level - French Horn: Book/CD Pack ePub

by Louis Stout Sr.

  • ISBN: 0793595525
  • Category: Music
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Louis Stout Sr.
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard (May 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 28
  • ePub book: 1824 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1616 kb
  • Other: mobi rtf doc azw
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 828

Description

Master Solos Intermediate. has been added to your Cart. I am NO WAY an "advanced" player at this time, . capable of playing at a professional level, but I'm quite far above the audience that this book would target.

Master Solos Intermediate. If you've been playing 2-4 years, this is probably a good book for you. Personally, I was looking for something more challenging.

Contents: Come Unto Him (Handel) A Tear (Moussorgsky) Traumerei (Schumann) The Swan (Saint-Saens) Sicilienne (Pergolesi) Romance (Saint-Saens) Air (.

Items related to Master Solos Intermediate Level - French Horn: Book/Online. Master Solos Intermediate Level - French Horn: Book/Online Audio. ISBN 13: 9780793595525.

French Horn, Piano Book/Online Audio. Technique, Classical and Play Along. Softcover horn solo book and accompaniment CD. Performed by Louis Stout, Jr. With introductory text, instructional text, illustrations, fingering chart, musical examples, solo part, piano accompaniment and accompaniment CD. 28 pages.

Master Solos for Horn. This collection for French Horn was personally selected and performed by world famous performing artist and educator, Louis Stout, Jr. The accompanying CD is uniquely designed to serve in practice and performance situations, as the first track features the solo performance with piano accompaniment, and the second track is the piano accompaniment only.

Master Solos book/CD packs are a fresh source of solo literature in a comprehensive package for developing instrumentalists. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Master Solos Intermediate Level - Flute: Book/CD Pack: 1 by Online.

An overview of the most popular contest and recital pieces written for French horn. The material has been carefully selected to match the technical capabilities of the younger advancing player.

(Master Solos). This collection for French Horn was edited by world-famous performing artist and educator Louis Stout, Sr. and performed by Louis Stout, Jr. The accompanying CD is uniquely designed to serve in practice and performance situations, as the first track features the solo performance with piano accompaniment, and the second track is the piano accompaniment only. Edited by Linda Rutherford. Contents: Come Unto Him (Handel) * A Tear (Moussorgsky) * Traumerei (Schumann) * The Swan (Saint-Saens) * Sicilienne (Pergolesi) * Romance (Saint-Saens) * Air (J.S. Bach) * Movement for Solo Horn and Piano (Stout).

Comments

Dibei Dibei
I've played horn for quite a few years, though haven't for a few years now, so I decided to pick this up as one of the books to start working on my embouchure again. Overall, I found the book fine. It has accompaniment music, and a CD with solo and with accompaniment only.It's been helpful to get my chops into shape again. It does have "musical" information, which I found was not needed with my background, but would be helpful to someone who's teaching themselves or doesn't have a background in music, or, even a refresher for those who've been out of the scene for a while.
There was a critical review left by someone else I saw here. Be aware this is an intermediate level book ("master solos" does not refer to the level of difficulty). If you're looking for something more difficult or a challenge, be aware of the level you're selecting in your music purchases.
Bladebringer Bladebringer
I have mixed feelings about this book, but am overall rather disappointed.

"Master" solos? No, these are not particularly difficult, and certainly not what you would find the pros recording on salable CDs.

The pieces are nicely arranged from easiest (VERY EASY) to the most difficult (okay, you might have to play it through a couple times to get it right). Each one is prefaced with some instructional notes, which should prove very helpful to a newer player.

The book is peppered with definitions for musical terms, such as "Largo." I would think any intermediate player would know what "largo" means! And the back cover has a (partial) fingering chart from low D to high G, with PICTURES. Sorry, but I find these somewhat insulting to anyone who is "intermediate."

The arrangements are nice -- no complaints there. The play-along recording is good, too, and starts with some "tuning notes" to ensure you're in pitch with it. So if your player is slightly fast or slow, it's nice to have those notes to ensure you're on pitch. Each piece starts with clicks so you know the tempo. Eh, okay, but that renders it unusable for any kind of "performance" situation.

The inside back cover includes a form that judges could use for solo/ensemble competition. Not sure what it's doing here, but it's a nice reference.

If you're a strong intermediate player * , you'll probably be bored with this. Nevertheless, it's a pleasant way to practice clean articulations and developing your tone.

( * I'm an amateur player, but typically play principal in a municipal band with 8 horns. I am NO WAY an "advanced" player at this time, i.e. capable of playing at a professional level, but I'm quite far above the audience that this book would target. If you've been playing 2-4 years, this is probably a good book for you. Personally, I was looking for something more challenging.)