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19556838
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19556838

Forty Progressive Etudes

for Trombone

By Sigmund Hering

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Trombone/euphonium (bass clef)
For Trombone. Composed by Sigmund Hering. Etude book. Published by Carl Fischer (CF.O4441X).

Item Number: CF.O4441X

ISBN 0825884322.

From one of the most prolifically published brass pedagogues of the twentieth century, Sigmund Hering's 40 Progressive Etudes is recognized as an essential method, containing forty etudes that are perfect for the developing trombone or baritone player. Ideal for intermediate students, the etudes are organized in a progressive manner, challenging students as they improve. This revised edition contains MP3 recordings of all etudes performed by John Drew, Professor of Trombone at Florida State University.

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    trombonegf
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • 2017-06-15 16:09:44.0 Great Book

    I like books that give you a progression of material. With a book like this, nearly ANY of my (younger) private students will fit in at some starting level. There is never enough material out there. So this is great!

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  • 5

    Music Teacher
    Location:
    Tallahassee, FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • 2017-01-08 22:08:43.0 Great book for progressing musician!

    I saw this on a list of method/etude books for progressing musicians and ordered it for my 8th grade euphonium/trombone student. I liked it so much I bought a copy for myself. This is a nice way to warm up the lips at the beginning of a practice...

    session. Playing the easier ones with a slow metronome is a great way to practice tone development as well as deeper breathing. The print is very clear and easy to read & the etudes progressively become more challenging. I was pleased to see that John Drew from Florida State University was the trombone CD performer as I heard him play "Blue Bells of Scotland" at an outdoor concert years ago and was enthralled. The CD is worth listening to for itself!

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