The Complete Guide to Making More Money in the Private Studio
Everything that you need to know to run a private music studio in one handy guide. Many important topics are covered including; business strategies, scheduling, billing etc. Also available is "The Complete Guide to Making More Money in the Private Music Studio".
Title: Complete Guide to Running a Private Music Studio, The, By Butler, Mimi, Edited by Mimi Butler Studios, Published by American String Teachers Assoc
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Title: Manuscript Maker, Published by Notation Technologies, Inc., Item number: MANUSCRIPT
This 1965 live recital with Vsevolod Petrushansky at the keyboard presents Oistrakh in a representative program of violin favorites spanning the Romanticism of Beethoven to the Impressionism of Debussy. Bonus material includes a 1966 performance of the Vivaldi Concerto for Four Violins played by David Oistrakh and his son Igor along with Leonid Kogan and his son Pavel. 64 min., black and white.
Sonata ("Duo") in A major, D. 574/Op. 162 (Schubert)
Sonata No. 7 in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2 (Beethoven)
Clair de lune (Debussy)
Scherzo in C minor (III. From "F-A-E Sonata"), WoO posth. 2
Concerto for four violins (Vivaldi)
Title: David Oistrakh; Published by Video Artists International; Item number: 4474
Players of all kinds of instruments including flute, fiddle, mandolin, recorder, whistle, guitar, harp and more can use this collection of music which is popular at modern renaissance festivals. The music is presented simply, with melody lines and chord symbols, allowing for a wide range of interpretation. In addition to many period dance tunes, the book contains a selection of vocal numbers with lyrics included. Each selection is accompanied by text to suggest ideas for performance, place the music in a modern festival context and provide useful information to those interested in studying historical sources of early music. Cantiga's arrangements of some of the tunes in this book can be heard on the companion recording. They are played at a listening tempo by the ensemble: Wooden flute or recorder, fiddle, cello, harp and percussion.
Title: Cantiga's Renaissance Festival Favorites, Edited by Robert Bielefeld, Published by Mel Bay Publications, Item number: 99960BCD