Super Studies
Tuba (B.C.)
by Philip Sparke
Tuba - Sheet Music

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Tuba - intermediate-adv

SKU: HL.44005090

Tuba (B.C.). Composed by Philip Sparke. Anglo Music Press Play-Along. Play Along. Book [Softcover]. Composed 2004. 94 pages. Anglo Music Press #AMP118. Published by Anglo Music Press (HL.44005090).

ISBN 9789043153744. UPC: 073999506150. 9x12 inches. English-German-French-Dutch.

This is the third volume in a progressive series of three study books that takes the young player from beginner to accomplished musician. It is carefully tailored for each instrument and focuses on exercises aimed to improve specific technical and musical demands of the instruments.

Also available: Starter Studies (Volume 1) – 44004898-44004907; Skillful Studies (Volume 2) – 44005028-44005036

  • Baroque Melody - for style and rhythm
  • Nocturne - for long note practice
  • Threasy Does It - for finger strength
  • Finger Twister No 1 - for chromatics
  • Air - for flexibility
  • Variations - for cantabile playing
  • Up Hill and Down Dale - for scales and trills
  • Hymn No 1 - for long phrases
  • Hymn No 2 - for long phrases
  • Hymn No 3 - for long phrases
  • Leapfrog - for playing large intervals
  • Cantilena 1 - for breath control
  • Cantilena 2 - for breath control
  • Finger Twister No 2 - for chromatics
  • Threes, Fives and Sevens - for changing metre
  • Dots and Dashes - for rhythm and finger strength
  • Ups and Downs - for flexibility
  • Flexible Variations - for flexibility and note centring
  • TTTTechnical Exercise - for single tonguing
  • TuKu - for double tonguing
  • Aria - for legato playing
  • Triplets - for triple tonguing
  • Georgia's Gigue - for single tonguing
  • TuKu TuKu - for double tonguing
  • Swiss Mountain Air - for embouchure flexibility
  • Peter's Polka - for triple tonguing