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  1. Herbie Hancock for All Instruments Book/CD
    8 songs written by Herbie Hancock that range from the funky "Watermelon Man" to the modal "Maiden Voyage." Learn More
  2. New Concert Studies for Euphonium Vol 2 Treble Clef Book/CD
    19 original concert studies by such well-known composers as James Curnow, Jacob de Haan, Jan Van der Roost and Allen Vizzutti. This book will be of great use to all euphonium players who are looking for short unaccompanied solos. (With Demo CD). Learn More
  3. The Classical Euphonium Baritone Book/CD
    In this book we present a wide range of classical music. Learn More
  4. 20 Supplementary Tunes for Beginner Treble Brass
    Simple melodies carefully graded to present a stimulating and progressive programme of technical and musical development. Learn More
  5. New Concert Studies for Euphonium Vol 1 Treble Clef Book/CD
    Steven Mead has chosen this collection of 19 original concert studies by such well-known composers as James Curnow, Jacob de Haan, Jan van der Roost and Allen Vizzutti. It will be of great use to all euphonium players who are looking for short unaccompanied solos. Learn More
  6. Herb Alpert Jazz Play-Along Volume 164 Book/CD
    For use with all B-flat, E-flat, Bass Clef and C instruments, Jazz Play-Along Volume 164: Herb Alpert is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians who have a particular interest in the unique sound of this influential American musician. Learn More
  7. Classic Christmas Trombone/Euphonium TC Book/CD
    Philip Sparke’s Classic Christmas brings together 25 of the most popular Christmas carols Learn More
  8. How Brass Players Do It
    A book of lip building and flexibility exercises . Includes advice on the essential physical aspects of brass technique, relating specifically to breathing, resistance and formation of the embouchure. Learn More
  9. Lets Face the Music Trombone/Euphonium Treble Clef
    These arrangements incorporate various dance styles - from traditional ballroom dance - Foxtrot, Waltz, Quickstep, through to Latin-American, Cha-Cha and the more contemporary, ubiquitous 'Smooch'. 'Strictly Come Dancing' for Brass Learn More
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