Two-piano music helps develop listening skills, technique, rhythmic control and overall musicianship. A wide range of genres, countries and composers are represented in this edition, including Arensky, Bach, Brahms, Hahn, Mozart, Schumann, Soler and others. Detailed discussions of the composers, a history of two-piano repertoire, beautiful engraving and fingering suggestions enhance this enjoyable edition. The pieces are presented in score form, with Piano I and Piano II parts both appearing on the same page; therefore, two copies are needed for performance.
One of the most comprehensive and detailed volumes on hand technique ever produced, Jojo Mayer´s Secret Weapons for the Modern Drummer is recommended for drummers of every age, style and skill level. The double-DVD, 3-hour set covers a wide range of information on drumming technique, from the most fundamental to the most advanced. Yet, Secret Weapons is more than just the ultimate instructional method and reference guide: it also showcases the inspiring artistry, musical philosophy and groundbreaking technical abilities of one of today´s most progressive performers and educators. 3 hours.
South-American, Cuban and Spanish rhythms for the intermediate pianistInstrument : pianoType : edition with 2 CDsNombre de Pages : 272The latest publication in this award-winning series. This unique collaboration between two of the UK´s top pianist/educators offers intermediate pianists a detailed introduction to the highly rhythmic music of Latin America and Spain, featuring a wide range of styles from many countries, including:â€¢ Cuba â€´´ son, montuno, mambo, cha-cha-chÃ¡, bolero, danzÃ³nâ€¢ Brazil â€´´ bossa nova, samba, baion, afoxÃ©, frevo, chorinhoâ€¢ Argentina and Uruguay â€´´ tango, milonga, zamba, chacarera, candombeâ€¢ Venezuela â€´´ joropo, valsâ€¢ Colombia â€´´ cumbiaâ€¢ Dominica â€´´ merengueâ€¢ Spain â€´´ flamenco, rumba, buleriaOver 50 pieces to play, including Oye CÃ³mo Va, BÃ©same Mucho, SÃ² DanÃ§o Samba, El Manicero (The Peanut Vendor), Mambo No 5, Mambo Influenciado, Mas Que Nada, Berimbau, The Girl from Ipanema, ManhÃ£ de Carnaval, Upa Neguinho, A Media Luz, Vals Venezolano #2 and Alfonsina y El Mar. Original compositions by the authors feature copious assignments to help with syncopation and coordination, and key rhythms such as clave, montuno and partido alto are given in-depth treatment. All pieces are included on the two accompanying CDs, which contain authentic rhythm section tracks and invaluable play-along opportunities.Content : Introduction - Harmony - How to Use the CDs - Bar Numbering - Introduction to Latin Styles - Cuban Styles - Brazilian Styles - Other Latin Styles - Appendices: Chord Symbols - Classical Piano Pieces with a Latin influence - Latin Jazz - Index - Photo Index - CDs Track Listing
DescriptionStevie Ray Vaughan was a one-man Blues revolution - a true Texan original that totally reinvigorated the blues guitar and made it relevant and exciting for the Van Halen generation. Combining the power and virtuosity of Hendrix with a life-long love of Albert King, Kenny Burrell and the Texas blues greats, SRV possessed a style that was all his own, charging the blues with all the energy and invention of rock.In this double-DVD tutorial, Jamie Humphries provides a detailed guide to five Stevie Ray Vaughan favourites, with note-by-note explanations across a wide range of styles. Learn for yourself the stunning impassioned blues of The Sky Is Crying, the stomping shuffle of Pride And Joy, the sleazy funk of Cold Shot and the fret-melting fireworks of Scuttlebuttin´.SonglistCold ShotPride And JoyScuttle Buttin´Texas FloodThe Sky Is Crying
Takes Active Subwoofer Technology to a New Level The Mackie HRS120 is a THX-approved, twelve-inch active subwoofer that is ideal for applications where precise, low frequency reproduction and flexible monitoring and control options are required. The HRS120 is engineered to work in harmony with the HR824 and HR624.The Mackie HRS120 Active Subwoofer is one of the most flexible, responsive, and cost-effective active studio sub woofers on the market today. The HRS120 is perfectly suited for professional recording studios and film/video surround post-production facilities that require extremely accurate bass extension to 19Hz and below. It is also an excellent choice for home theater surround sound installations. In addition to surround applications, the HRS120 can add more low-end presence and enhancement to project and professional studios in a standard stereo configuration. Either way, the HRS120 is a must-have for those customers seeking crisp, clear, detailed low-frequency enhancement for virtually any application.Applications- Professional Recording Studios- Film (THX) & Post Production Studios- Home Theater InstallationsKey Features & Benefits1. Active TechnologyBenefit: Precise phase alignmentBenefit: Extremely low distortionBenefit: Minimal chance of speaker damage due to overdriving2. Servo Loop Woofer TechnologyBenefit: Output is as true to incoming signal as possibleBenefit: Extraordinarily high damping factors3. Built-In, Front-Firing, Mass-Loaded Passive RadiatorBenefit: Clear, detailed low frequency enhancement4. User-Adjustable ControlsBenefit: Flexibility to adjust to wide range of user needsHRS120 Features:- Works well in rooms where additional bottom definition is necessary - A fine choice for the .1 in surround system - Extended high-resolution output down to 19 Hz - Adjustable high pass output for use with full range monitors - Adjustable 60 to 110 Hz crossover point - 110 Hz elliptical filter for Dolby® AC-3 - 0 dB/+10 dB Output Level switch for AC-3 and THX® Dot1 recording - Crossover Defeat switch for THX® - 0º/180º Polarity switch - Balanced XLR/unbalanced RCA inputs and outputs
Media Type : Book+CD+DVDLevel : Beginning-IntermediateMusical Genre : RockSeries : MBGUNumber of pages : 48This fun and exciting beginner/intermediate instructional book/CD/DVD features 17 rock guitar riffs and/or solos reminiscent of the 80s and 90s. Stylistically, the examples range from 80´s pop/rock, hard rock and metal to 90´s pop/rock, metal, and grunge. A wide range of important rock guitar techniques are covered. Music notation, tablature, and chord diagrams are provided for each riff. Full performances of each riff, as well as backing tracks are also provided with the play along CD. The 68-minute DVD features detailed close-up, step by step instruction on how to play each riff taught by guitarist Don Lappin.
The P3RA is a wireless stereo bodypack receiver for use with the PSM300 Personal Monitor System.With detailed 24-bit digital audio processing and reliable wireless performance, the P3RA bodypack delivers professional personal monitoring to any corner of the stage. Patented Audio Reference Companding ensures the clearest sound, with ultra-low noise and no artifacts. Find a wireless channel easily, using the scan function to automatically select the cleanest frequency available from a wide tuning bandwidth. Adjust the volume and use MixMode® technology or stereo mode to create a personal mix from two channels of audio. EQ and volume limiting further individualize the sound via the high-contrast LCD menu. With a compact and rugged aluminum body, the P3RA ensures a long lifetime of use and easily clips onto a belt or guitar strap. Two standard AA batteries provide up to 7 hours of continuous use. The optional SB900 rechargeable battery (sold separately) extends runtime and allows easy in-unit charging.Includes zippered bag and 2 AA batteries.Note: When purchasing separate wireless components, please match their frequency bands to ensure proper system operation.Frequency Band:L19: 630 – 654 MHzFeatures• Rugged, all-metal construction• High-contrast LCD screen with menu-based navigation• 2-band shelving EQ with high and low boost• Volume limiter sets the maximum gain level range for the volume knob• MixMode® technology enables adjustment of two independent monitoring mix levels • Stereo mode enables adjustment of left/right balance• Frequency scan and IR sync quickly finds and assigns a clean channel• 2 AA batteries provide up to 7 hours of continuous use• Optional Shure SB900 lithium-ion rechargeable battery provides extended runtime• Power and battery status LED• 5-segment battery life meter• Power save mode preserves battery life when earphones are not connected
DescriptionIn Comping Standards For Jazz Guitar renowned Guitar guru and author Jim Ferguson helps you to take your playing to the next level.Using common jazz chord progressions, this book takes you through three primary comping approaches: straight-four, moving bass lines and combo variants. In the process, you´ll learn numerous chord voicings, ways to organize them and a wide variety of dynamic rhythmic figures used in jazz.Other highlights include the use of guides and pivots, chord substitution, mastering rootless chords, playing with a pianist, inverting partial harmonic structures, Latin comping, chord scales, handling modal tunes and mixing voicings.The highly detailed music examples cover most of the common jazz keys and the material comes to life on the accompanying 17-track CD.The pieces featured in Comping Standards For Jazz Guitar are in both standard notation and tablature.All The Things You Want Always Autumn Confirmation Blues Deep Blue Bossa Five Minus One Gnawing On The Apple Into Somewhere Minor Blues Rhythm Changes Un Peu Blues We Can’t Be Parted
Edition no.: BA9647ISMN: 9790006539529Editor: Dürr, WaltherProduct format: Performance score(s), Urtext editionIncludes the following individual parts: PianoBinding: StapledPages / Format: XI, 22 Seiten - 31,0 x 24,3 cm Schubert’s well-known collection of Moments Musicaux was published in 1828, during the last year of the composer’s life, but some of the pieces date back to the beginning of the 1820s. In 1823 he published his extremely popular Air russe which later became the third piece of the Moments Musicaux and during the following year the chordal sixth piece entitled Plaintes d’un Troubadour. The multi-faceted lyrical atmospheric pieces are particularly suitable for piano teaching because of their charming variety as well as their moderate technical demands. They have become an indispensable part of the concert repertoire.For the first time this scholarly-critical Urtext edition presents the musical text of the New Schubert Edition in new engraving and with optimum page-turns. The fingering takes essential aspects of performance practice of Schubert’s time as well as performance on the modern concert grand piano into consideration.A detailed foreword, suggestions for performance and notes on the evaluation of the primary sources complete the edition.- Scholarly-critical editions based on the Urtext of the New Schubert Edition, taking all known sources into account- Newly engraved editions with optimum page-turns- With fingering and suggestions for performance (Ger/Eng) by Mario Aschauer- With a detailed foreword (Ger/Eng) and critical commentary (Eng)Mario Aschauerstudied piano, historical keyboard instruments, conducting and musicology in Linz, Salzburg and Vienna. He performs as a soloist and chamber musician, with groups including the Austrian Calamus Consort, presenting a wide-ranging repertoire on fortepiano, harpsichord and organ.
Beethoven, Ludwig vanGrande Sonate for Pianoforte E-flat major op. 7If the nickname ´´Appassionata” was appropriate for one of Beethoven’s Sonatas, it would be for his E-flat major Sonata op. 7 rather than his famous work in F minor op. 57. This was Carl Czerny’s opinion who felt that op. 7 was written in a rather passionate state of mind. It was not only Beethoven’s first ´´Grande Sonate” but also his first work of this genre which he had published individually.The earliest sketches for Beethoven’s Grande Sonate op. 7 date from 1796 and the first edition was issued in October 1797. This work is one of the longest and most demanding of Beethoven’s piano sonatas. Its four movements cover a wide range of emotions – a challenge that may well have overtaxed the dedicatee, Beethoven’s then 16 year old pupil Anna Luise Barbara (Babette) Countess Keglevicz.The worldwide renowned Beethoven specialist Jonathan Del Mar draws on all available sources for his scholarly-critical Urtext edition. The result of his thorough research is a reliable musical text accompanied by a detailed Critical Commentary. The elegant engraving with practical page turns and an optimal layout for this complex music meet the needs of performers. Indispensable information on performance-related issues (the use of the pedal, articulation, ornaments) adds to the value of this edition.