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Steiner Ferenc: Baritone ABC

Pupil's Book

Setting: Baritone
Series: Instrumental ABC
Genre: Method, Tutor
Language: Hungarian, English, German
Length: 96 pages
Published: March 2001
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 14284
Other reference: 14284P
ISMN: 9790080142844
The baritone (euphonium) is an important basic instrument in brass ensembles. The blowing technique is similar to that for the trombone and tuba, but the grip and handling technique are easier, thus it can be learnt as a preparatory instrument for them, from the age of 8 or 10. From the initial steps, first with breathing exercises, lip and mouthpiece exercises, then in ascending order of difficulty and gradually increasing the range of notes used, this volume provides daily exercises, scales, etudes, folk tunes and performance pieces, initiating the learner in the art of playing the baritone. The textual instructions are supplied in three languages: German, English and Hungarian.

The trombonist Ferenc Steiner was born in 1931. From 1960 to 1991 he was a member of the Hungarian State Opera and the Philharmonic Society as well as the Hungarian Brass Ensemble. Education played a major role in the life of Ferenc Steiner as an author and editor of numerous pedagogical editions. He began teaching at the School of Music in Pécs, then moved on to the College for Officers of the Hungarian Defense Forces and later continued his teaching activity at the Liszt Academy in Budapest until 2001. He has passed away on the 25th of March in 2011.

The piano accompaniment to this volume is published separately (14284P)

Baritone and Piano
Baritone and Piano
ABC Series