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Essential Technique Band

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Clarinet
Composer Lautzenheiser Et Al
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp

Price: $7.99

Catalog #00862620

UPC code: 073999273588

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

A technique-building program for any band, Essential Technique 2000 is also an excellent tool for individual or small group study. This is Book 3 of the Essential Elements 2000 beginning band system and features:

Key-Centered System

- 9 major and related minor keys

- Scales, etudes, short chorales, and music technique exercises

Individual Instrument Studies

- Demonstrated by a professional soloist on your instrument

- Accompaniments on the included CD are professionally recorded (not synthesized)

Special Studies Section Reading Skill Builders, Rhythm Pages, Jazz Style and Improvisation, Full Chorales, Rubank Scales and Arpeggios - all included on CD

Integrated History, Theory and Creativity Exceeds the National Standards for Arts Education

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