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Kovács Béla: I Learn to Play the Clarinet 1

Instrumentation: Clarinette
Genre: Méthode, Études
Langue: Hungarian, English, German
Pages: 80 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Poids: 260 g
Date du parution: 1983
Editeur: Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 12282
ISMN: 9790080122822
'The two volumes of I Learn to Play the Clarinet (Z. 12282 and Z. 13291) have been written for beginners and contain the material for the first 3-4 years. It has been avoided to arrange the material according to yearly divisions for several reasons. On one hand the rate of progress depends on the pupil's aptness, diligence, age and musical pre-education, so a strictly handled curriculum could be either too small or too great a task for the pupil. On the other hand by using this method it may be easier achieved that quality replace quantity”' (Béla Kovács)