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Bach, Handel and More - Volume X (Violin). (The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library, Volume 10). By Various. For Violin. The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library. CD-ROM only. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.220236).
ISBN 142343904X. 9x12 inches.
The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library is an unprecedented collection, affording musicians the opportunity to build a personal library of orchestral repertoire at an incredibly low price. The CD-ROM enclosed contains the same published parts musicians have been using for many years. This volume includes parts to 53 orchestral masterworks by Arne, C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, Gluck, Handel, Lully, Rameau, and others.
About The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library
Build your own personal library of orchestral repertoire! The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library (TM) is a compilation of parts for orchestral masterworks by the music world's most celebrated composers. Each volume includes the parts for each work - available separately by instrument. CDs are available for Violin 1-2, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute/Piccolo, Clarinet, Oboe/English Horn, Horn, Bassoon/Contrabassoon, Trumpet/Cornet, Low Brass (which includes Trombone & Tuba), Timpani/Percussion, and Harp/Keyboard/Other (as required). Purchasing the complete set of individual parts in a particular volume enables the performance of any work included in that volume. Single instrumental parts in any volume can be purchased for individual use. These are standard parts used by orchestras around the world for many years. All editions used are in the public domain in the United States.
It's simple. Use the CD-ROM drive in your PC or Mac to view or print clear letter-sized copies. The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library (TM) installs easily and quickly. Adobe Acrobat Reader technology is utilized (free download included on each CD), so no special access codes or software are required.
Location: from west Midlands
November 13, 2011
A really good way to expand your library without expanding your bookcase! These seem fine for rehearsals and concerts, but it would be interesting to know if the ABRSM would accept them in the exam room, however.
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Location: from London