Tag Archives: Bassoon

The Long and Winding (and Enjoyable) Creative Road

This first part of the process was interesting and enjoyable, creating new music and revisiting compositions from the nearly forgotten past, Continue reading

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Something old, something new, something borrowed and something based on the blues.

The old is the brass and flute sextet music, the new is the saxophone and wind quintet composition plus the pop-up percussion ensemble idea… Continue reading

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Strings, reeds, mallets and mouthpieces update

It has been a month since the introduction of the Study Suite for… concept and I am happy to announce that the versions for the different instruments are progressing well. Each collection of studies is edited for the specific instrument … Continue reading

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Machine heads, mallets and double reeds

Just some of the essential parts of instruments that rarely get a mention but for my recent publications they are a necessity. The machine heads are needed in the Study Suite for guitar and Study Suite for bass so that … Continue reading

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Reaching the audience (customers) on social media

Publishing so many books for different instruments during the recent weeks, and there are more to come, has made me consider the “how to reach your audience/customer using social media?” question… Continue reading

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