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Essential Elements 2000 Bass Clarinet Book 1 Plus DVD and CD

by Hal Leonard Corporation

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 063400316X, Paperback)

Now the best-selling band method is even better! Book 1 Bass Clarinet for absolute beginners includes a start-up video and much, much more, all on CD-ROM.

Features:
- Same great Essential Elements 2000 method
- 15-minute video/super lesson; for learning the basics
- Play-along mp3* tracks for all 185 exercises (featuring a professional player on your instrument)
- Tempo Adjustment Software
- Duets and Trios, Music Listening Library
- SmartMusicĀ® Software for Exercises 1-100 (for use on PC/Mac) - practice, record, and email a performance with on-screen assessment

*mp3 files will play on most current CD or DVD players

Authors: Tim Lautzenheiser, John Higgins, Charles Menghini, Paul Lavender, Tom C. Rhodes, Don Bierschenk

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:53:45 -0400)

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