Contains 60 of Craig Duncan's outstanding fiddle arrangements including "Dueling Fiddles","Rocky Top", "Black Mountain Rag", "Turkey Creek Hop", "Indian Summer", "Sweet Brown Eyed Girl", and many more. The CD contains 18 of the books selections. A best seller!!
Title: Top Fiddle Solos, By Duncan, Craig, Published by Mel Bay Publications, Item number: 94095BCD
Designed for beginning fiddle students, these 36 lessons present basic techniques by applying them to fiddle tunes. Reading music is unnecessary since the lessons are explained step by step and fingerings are given for every note. Each version builds on the previous one and helps students create their own arrangements.
Title: You Can Teach Yourself Fiddling, By Duncan, Craig, Published by Mel Bay Publications
An easy-to-understand, yet very comprehensive method. Learn to play classic guitar in all of the basic keys along with a wide assortment of solos ranging from the Renaissance to 20th Century compositions by composers such as Sor, Carcassi, Carulli, Diabelli, Giuliani, Bach, Handel and Dowland. Finally, studies are contained for playing in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th positions.
by Colin Hampton. Recollections of 20th century classical music and musicians by one of the era's preeminant performers. Illustrated with many previously unpublished photographs. Soft cover book. 102 pages. From String Letter Publishing.
Title: A Cellist's Life, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 330753
A great collection of interviews which sparkle with the individual personalities of some of this century's most gifted cellists. With voices as unique as their instruments', these musicians reveal the facets and textures of their professional and personal lives. Interviews include: Bion Tsang, kenneth Slowik, Yo-Yo Ma, David Finckel, kermit Moore and more. Paperback. 136 pgs. From String Letter Publishing.
Title: 21st Century Cellists, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 330754
Performer and scholar Abram Loft wants every chamber musician to be a strong, collaborative ensemble voice. Here's his hard-headed advice on choosing colleagues, rehearsing and performing effectively together, building repertoire, programming, touring and other facets of the art and business of a chamber music career. Ranging from hilarious to sobering, this is essential reading for music lovers, amateur players, students, teachers and today's many emerging professional ensembles. Recent events in the field, including some strident litigation, highlight the usefulness of this veteran's realistic counsel.
Title: How to Succeed in an Ensemble, By Loft, Abram, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 331634
Succeed as a String Player: Hip tips from the readers and experts at Teen Strings Magazine. This unique anthology for teen string players offers tips on making better use of your practice time, overcoming stage fright, breezing through a music school audition, finding the perfect summer music camp, and much more.
There even are helpful hints from some of the violin world's biggest names, including Itzhak Perlman, Hilary Hahn, Joshua Bell, and Nicola Benedetti.
Title: Succeed as a String Player, Edited by Megan Westberg, Published by Hal Leonard, Item number: 331903