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Montag Lajos: Double Bass Tutor 1

Instrument: Double Bass
Seria: Music Lesson - Methods
Rodzaj: Method, Tutor
Język: Hungarian, English, German
Zasięg: 104 stron
Format: A/4
Weight: 277 g
Pierwsze wydanie: 1955
Wydawca: Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 1811
ISMN: 9790080018118
"In handing over therewith this Part I of my Double-Bass Method to my teacher colleagues and their students I wish to express my belief of having set down an adequate material with a view to the objects of the first year of study, aiming at gradual development based on the mastery of such essential factors as (1) the theoretical and practical knowledge of the positions, (2) the sureness in the positions, and (3) the correct execution of shifts." Lajos Montag (1962)