Learn As You Play Oboe

Learn As You Play Oboe

Peter Wastall / Oct 23, 2019

Learn As You Play Oboe Peter Wastall s award winning series of tutor books for woodwind and brass instruments now available in revised and refreshed editions to instruct and inspire the next generation of musicians guidin

  • Title: Learn As You Play Oboe
  • Author: Peter Wastall
  • ISBN: 085162703X
  • Page: 254
  • Format: broch
  • Peter Wastall s award winning series of tutor books for woodwind and brass instruments, now available in revised and refreshed editions to instruct and inspire the next generation of musicians, guiding them from beginner level to Grade 3 standard Divided into units that provide clear explanations of each new stage of learning, alongside plentiful exercises and graded concert pieces, the Learn As You Play method is simple to understand and easy to use Packaged for the first time with a newly recorded CD of demonstration and backing tracks, this book also affords access to downloadable piano accompaniments.

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    723 Comments

    1. livre recommande par le professeur de hautbois, partitions classées permettent une bonne progression de l'élève. explication claire, attention correspondance des notes en anglais et non la gamme française mais ce n'est pas un réel problème


    2. Les pages désordonnées gâche quelque peu le plaisir d'apprendre avec une méthode aux enregistrements accompagnant variés et motivant bien adapté aux adultes.


    3. Méthode conseillée par mon professeurAnglais simple à comprendreLe rythme de progression n'est pas toujours linéaire : parfois 2 leçons s’enchaînent facilement et on peut passer 2 semaines sur la suivante.Mériterait de contenir un peu plus de thèmes connus pour faciliter l'apprentissage.


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