DescriptionJoel Rothman. All you need to know to play up to professional level. No previous knowledge needed.
DescriptionHow To Play The Penny Whistle Gina Landor and Phil Cleaver. No previous knowledge required.
DescriptionMake Your Harmonica Work Better There is a vast amount of knowledge throughout the world about how to make the harmonica sound better and play better, but little of it is written down.
DescriptionHal Leonard Bass Method: Music Theory Bass players of all levels will find a wealth of practical music knowledge in this special book and CD package.
DescriptionA delightful method for the young beginner. Contains the simplest introductions to the fundamentals, with plenty of fun tunes to play throughout. No previous knowledge needed.
DescriptionThis collection provides the practicing drummer with a better knowledge of dynamics, form, terminology and overall musicianship through a wide selection of musical styles and degrees of difficulty.
The knowledge, style and experience of Peter Erskine have been brought together in a single comprehensive volume that´s perfect for anyone serious about taking up the drumset.
DescriptionThis book is designed for the drummer who has had some experience playing other styles of music but has a desire to learn some techniques and styles of jazz. It is assumed the reader has a knowledge of notes, measures or bars, time signatures, musical notation, and drum notation. A knowledge of the drum rudiments is also desirable. Though the book is meant as an overview to teach basic and essential jazz techniques, it will take someone who is willing to put in the time and practice from being a total jazz novice to the level of being a competent drummer in the jazz idiom. In addition to learning the essential knowledge required to play jazz, the student will also accomplish many intermediate and advanced techniques. I should note that I wrote this book EXACTLY as I teach jazz drumming techniques in my private lessons. This system has been developed and refined over the years and has given excellent, proven results that have produced some fine drummers, many of whom went on to build careers playing and teaching jazz. I am hoping that this book will inspire the reader and student to delve further into the jazz idiom and develop his or her technique and knowledge to the highest level. And even if the student goes no further in the jazz idiom, I am confident that the book will open doors to other avenues that the drums can take and will be benefit the reader in any style of music he or she chooses to play.