- Tapa blanda: 96 páginas
- Editor: Carl Fischer; Edición: Pap/Com (1 de enero de 2000)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0825884330
- ISBN-13: 978-0825884337
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Melodious Études 1 Trombone +CD (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 ene 2000
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A staple in brass methods, Melodious Etudes for Trombone, Book 1 has been re-engraved, corrected by pedagogue Alan Raph, and printed with a lay-flat binding for ease of use. Additionally, Bordognis original piano accompaniments, written specially for the vocalises, are presented with these etudes for the first time. As a bonus, the edition now includes a CD containing MP3s and printable PDFs of the original piano accompaniments, performed by Rae Moses. These etudes, transcribed from the vocalises of Bordogni, have been specially prepared for use by trombonists in order to perfect their overall technique and in particular to develop style in the interpretation of melody.
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The student trombonist can/should/will probably still spend most the time playing these lovely vocalises unaccompanied. Bordogni, a voice teacher, wrote these in the early 1800s (!!) for teaching voice. (Modern voice teachers rarely use vocalise today.) Rochut, a trombonist, put them out for trombone with Carl Fischer in the 1920s, when there was very little published for trombone. They became extremely popular for teaching low brass, and for trumpets and horn also. They run a bit high, and so they are fine building range and endurance, a bel canto style that also pays off in playing ballads. They are all lovely and they invite/encourage the student to develop nicer phrasing and nuances (the little things). These studies are an important and standard part of the brass teaching literature. All of these are in bass clef. They are particularly appropriate for serious high school students and almost all college trombonists.
If you can still get one of the older books (Fischer 01594 without the X), get that one too; there are tens of thousand of them around. I would also like to recommend my popular duet accompaniments to #1-20, called "Twenty Counterparts" also available on Amazon and elsewhere.
You probably should have at least a high school level of experience on your instrument before you purchase this book because most,if not all the etudes are aimed at more experienced players. These aren't simple sightreading exercises you might use to warm up in you Jr. High band class.
Needless to say though, this etude book is very good for developing your tone, playing ability, and overall musicality. Working through this book correctly will make you a noticeably better player.
The etudes in this book are very enjoyable to play and once mastered, sound beautiful. Ever since I started working out of this book with my lesson teacher I have noticed a difference in my overall playing.
I believe this etude book should be picked up by anyone wanting to improve their playing ability and progress as a musician. If you are a younger player and are worried about the etudes being above your level, don't worry. Pick up the book and try a few of the etudes. If you just haven't reached that level yet then you can also come back to it later!