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40 melodic studies in rhythm and interpretation, written with the aim of familiarising the flautist with a wide range of styles encountered in music today.
An assortment of nineteen fun pieces to pick and mix - from easy classics to great new pieces, this collection covers it all!
Jazz Routes is a collection of 8 progressive jazz pieces for flute and piano covering a wide range of rhythmic and harmonic styles. Careful consideration has been given to the technical demands but without compromising the musical aims.
Over seventy original progressive studies in a variety of jazz styles, by James Rae. A systematic, methodical approach that helps you to play stylish Jazz right from the beginning.
The Roaring Twenties and Thirties - a lost world of opulence and excess, of champagne parties lasting until dawn, where flappers and their partners danced to the vibrant new music of the latest jazz bands.
This new publication for flute follows the already successful Easy Blues Tunes for clarinet, saxophone and trumpet. This book was winner in the American National Flute Association's Newly Published Music Competition 2002.
This collection of tuneful and engaging pieces ranges from Grades 1-5 in standard and is an ideal introduction to developing improvisation.
Over 60 all-time great blues numbers, specially arranged for solo melody line instruments. Includes Solitude, Moonlight Becomes You and Basin Street Blues.
This book contains ten pieces that have been written to reflect the diverse jazz styles used by professional jazz musicians over the past fifty years or so.
The Easy Jazzy Series offers players the opportunity to play jazz at an early stage in their musical development.
34 melodic studies by Russell Stokes.