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Velocity Studies Bk 1
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Velocity Studies Bk 1

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Voicing/Format Flute
Composer Robert Cavally
Arranger Bootsie K Mayfield
Publisher Robert Cavally Editions
Series Developmental & Progressi
Catalog # 00119361

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Velocity Studies Bk 1 Composed by Robert Cavally. Arranged by Bootsie K Mayfield. For Flute. Published by Robert Cavally Editions. (Catalog # 00119361, UPC: 884088908607)

These highly anticipated volumes from the studio of legendary flutist Robert Cavally represent a wealth of pedagogy from a beloved teacher and performer of the flute. Published in three volumes (Tone Studies, Velocity Studies and Scale Studies) at four levels, the Developmental and Progressive Studies for Flute join Cavally's famous Melodious and Progressive Studies as some of the most important repertoire available to student and professional flutists. Use all three books in a level for the maximum development. · Tone Studies - Primer HL00119343 · Scale Studies - Primer HL00114956 · Velocity Studies - Primer HL00119360 · Tone Studies - Book 1 HL00119355 · Scale Studies - Book 1 HL00117659 · Velocity Studies - Book 1 HL00119361 · Tone Studies - Book 2 HL00119356 · Scale Studies - Book 2 HL00119358 · Velocity Studies - Book 2 HL00119362 · Tone Studies - Book 3 HL00119357 (available summer 2014) · Scale Studies - Book 3 HL00119359 (available summer 2014) · Velocity Studies - Book 3 HL00119363 (available summer 2014)

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