Horn methods

  1. 60 Etudes for Premier Horn

    Composer: Kopprasch, Georg Arranger: Doughty, Bryan
    Instrumentation: Horn Methods/Etudes Instruments: French horn

    As low as: $20.00

    This edition of "60 Etudes for the Premier Horn" was engraved from the original files found on IMSLP. It is the companion volume to more well-known "Second Horn" book. It is not an easy book and covers a very wide range for the Horn. Mostly high. It is highly recommended for any aspiring High School student as well as any college or professional performer. Learn More
  2. 60 Etudes for Second Horn

    Composer: Kopprasch, Georg Arranger: Doughty, Bryan
    Instrumentation: Horn Methods/Etudes Instruments: French horn

    As low as: $20.00

    This edition of "60 Etudes for the Second Horn" was engraved from the original files found on IMSLP. It is the companion volume to lesser-known "Premier Horn" book. This book will build a great foundation for playing the Horn and will last a lifetime. Learn More
  3. Low Horn Flexibility Studies

    Low Horn Flexibility Studies

    Composer: Ware, D Instruments: French horn

    As low as: $17.00

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  4. Studies in Ancient Irish Songs

    Studies in Ancient Irish Songs

    Composer: Cottrell, Jeffrey Instruments: French horn

    As low as: $17.00

    "Studies in Ancient Irish Song" serves several purposes for the brass student. One is to give younger players an introduction to lyrical playing which will help prepare them for the greater demands made by the Bordogni and Concone etudes. Another is to challenge more advanced players with the techniques of phrasing and dynamic control required for pleasing melodic interpretation. They can be also used as part of one’s warm-up routine once some of the etudes become more familiar, providing players of all levels with beautiful, flowing melodies to warm-up the “musical” part of our playing that sometimes is overlooked in a daily routine. The performer should feel free to add dynamics to the ones already provided in the etudes. Breath marks are not provided, however, so that one may have more of a challenge in interpreting the phrases. 

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