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Poster - Instrumental Bass

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COMPOSER: Phil Black
AUTHOR: Phil Black
PUBLISHER: Santorella Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Poster
BRAND: Santorella Publications
We are excited to announce the newest additions to our Instrumental Fingering Poster Series dedicated to the Orchestral Strings. Our ultimate goal is to expand our fingering poster series to every instrument, but all great things take time. Every one of our graphic 11 x 17 illustrated posters is
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Composer Phil Black
Author Phil Black
Publisher Santorella Publications
Product Format Poster
Description Product Type Decoration
Genre Educational tool
Brand Santorella Publications
Colour Multi
ISBN 9781585607280
No. SANTS536
Description
We are excited to announce the newest additions to our Instrumental Fingering Poster Series dedicated to the Orchestral Strings. Our ultimate goal is to expand our fingering poster series to every instrument, but all great things take time. Every one of our graphic 11 x 17 illustrated posters is printed on heavy (100 lb) "wall-mountable", sturdy stock and indicates the entire range of each instrument by depicting a complete chromatic scale with fingering for each note, including every alternate enharmonic substitution. This ever expanding series now includes Trumpet, Flute, Alto Sax, Trombone, Clarinet, Circle of Fifths, French Horn, Tenor Sax, Euphonium, Tuba, Recorder, Violin,Viola, Cello, Bass, plus a specially designed group poster featuring the String Family. We are unwavering in our dedication to education and it is through this commitment that we remain today as one of the few independent publishers to be considered as a viable resource for print. These extremely popular posters are ideal for the Concert Hall, Classroom, Private Studio, or simply as a quick reference guide for any student.
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