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Killer Technique-Mandolin

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Mandolin
Composer Susanna Barnes
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Catalog # 30074

Price: $7.99

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Killer Technique-Mandolin Composed by Susanna Barnes. For Mandolin. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 30074, UPC: 9780786684502)

This book is designed for mandolinists seeking to develop their left and right-hand technique. The exercises included help reinforce fundamental actions of playing, and challenge the player to master the various permutations and combinations of these fundamentals. Each hand is given primary focus, working across all four strings or up and down the fretboard before both hands are challenged simultaneously. Through these exercises, a player can improve their functioning abilities and facilitate better control over the instrument. Practicing these workouts can help with the mechanics of playing as well, helping a player improve accuracy, speed, and agility in both hands.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABOUT THE AUTHOR  
COMBINING WORKOUTS  
FINGER ORDERINGS  
FINGER PATTERNS  
INTRODUCTION  
LEFT-HAND WORKOUT  
RIGHT-HAND WORKOUT  
2 STRING SET  
3 STRING COMBINATIONS  
4 STRING COMBINATIONS  
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