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Improvising: How to Master the Art

By Gerre Hancock

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Improvising: How to Master the Art composed by Gerre Hancock (1934-). For Keyboard. Organ. Pieces & Studies. 176 pages. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193858817).

ISBN 9780193858817. Pieces & Studies.

'The plain truth is that all musicians are capable of splendid improvisation.' With this premise, the author, (organist at St Thomas Church, 5th Avenue, New York) leads the student step by step. His language is informal, articulate, and encouraging, and the many lively exercises are clear and clean.

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