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Bass Today

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Jerry Snyder
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 353

Price: $8.95

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Bass Today Composed by Jerry Snyder. For Electric Bass. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 353, UPC: 038081012810)

Professional quartets, advanced school ensembles, and string orchestras will e njoy the pieces included in Alfred?s new chamber music series. The first book in the series includes highlights of classical repertoire perfectly set for a wedding, ensemble festival or any concert event. Whether it?s a professional s tring quartet playing a gig, or a high school group getting ready for ensemble festival, or amateurs gathering to play for fun, all will be satisfied with C lassic String Quartets for Festivals, Weddings and All Occasionson their stand s. Here?s a collection loaded with masterpieces from the string quartet litera ture, plus arrangements of other familiar works. Skillfully arranged and edite d by Andrew H. Dabczynski, this volume offers intermediate to advanced players a wide variety of m

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