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Nouvelle Technique de la Contrebasse, Cahier 2

Méthode - manuel | Pédagogie

COMPOSITEUR: François Rabbath
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Méthode - manuel
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Recueil
ÉDITEUR: Alphonse Leduc
Text presented in French, English, German and Italian. With little exisiting in the way of study books for the double bass, François Rabbath's (b.1931) three volume series, New Technique of the Double Bass is welcomed by allperformers of the instrument. Syrian born Rabbath moved to Paris in 1955 to
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Compositeur François Rabbath
Description Instrument Group Contrebasse
Instrumentation Solo pour Contrebasse
Instrumentation Contrebasse
Type de produit Méthode - manuel
Description Product Type Recueil
Langue Allemand;Anglais;Espagnol;Français
Éditeur Alphonse Leduc
Genre Pédagogie
Période Post 1901
Nombre de Pages 54
ISMN 9790046258060
Edition Number AL25806
AL25806
Description
Text presented in French, English, German and Italian. With little exisiting in the way of study books for the double bass, François Rabbath's (b.1931) three volume series, New Technique of the Double Bass is welcomed by allperformers of the instrument. Syrian born Rabbath moved to Paris in 1955 to further his studies on the double bass. He soon began composing for the instrument as well as transcribing works of other composers for the instrument.The second volume of New Technique for the Double Bass is a significant contribution to the field of double bass pedagogy and covers scales, arpeggios, bowing, among other aspects, and also contains exercises and studies. As avirtuoso player of the instrument himself, frequently performing as a soloist, Rabbath compiles this technical study book with vast knowledge and experience. Being such a prominent double bassist, Rabbath's New Technique for theDouble Bass is a well-informed and essential accompaniment to all all double bass studies.
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