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Fingerpicking 13449
Flamenco 13441
Flatpicking 13443
French Language 14357
Latin 13452
Resonator 13445
Rock & Blues 13446
Slide/Bottleneck 13448
Spanish Language 14358
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Method 13366
Solos 13367
Spanish Language 14354
Tunebook 13368
Guitar: Resonator 7432
Method 13400
Solos 13414
Tunebook 13415
Cello 7353
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Method 12953
Solos 12954
Tunebook 12955
Upright Bass 7610
Method 13190
Solos 13191
Tunebooks 13192
Viola 7611
Method 13195
Solos 13196
Tunebooks 13197
Violin 7612
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Method 13201
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Spanish Language 14380
Tunebooks 13203
Banjo: 5-String 7330
Banjo Solos 67571
Chord 12923
Method 12924
Solos and Duets 12925
Tunebook 12926
Banjo: Clawhammer 7337
Chord 12936
Method 12937
Solos and Duets 12938
Tunebook 12939
Banjo: Plectrum 12946
Chord 12947
Solos 12948
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Chord 12941
Method 12942
Solos and Duets 12943
Tunebook 12944
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Clarinet 7361
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Tunebook 12959
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Solos 13029
Tunebook 13030
Saxophone 7585
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Tunebooks 13145
Tin Whistle 7596
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Method 13163
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Tunebooks 13165
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Songbooks 13241
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Method 12995
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Method 12999
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Solos 13063
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German Language 14395
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Spanish Language 14364
Tunebooks 13067
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German Language 14381
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Spanish Language 14346
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Balalaika 14116
Chapman Stick 14117
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Guitarron 7564
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Lute 7565
Oud 7566
Sitar 7568
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Vihuela 7570
French Horn 7405
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Method 13180
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Tunebooks 13182
Trumpet and Bugle 12599
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Spanish Language 14374
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Banjo Tenor 14214
Cello 14215
Clarinet 14216
Electric Bass 14221
Fiddle 14222
Guitar 14224
Harp 14227
Mandolin 14229
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Songbooks 14232
Tinwhistle 14234
Trombone 14235
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Ukuele Soprano 14240
Upright Bass 14241
Viola 14242
Violin 14243
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Banjo 13301
Cello 13302
Clarinet 13303
Dulcimer 13304
Electric Bass 13305
Fiddle 13306
Flute 13307
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German Language 14408
Guitar 13308
Harmonica 13309
Harp 13310
Mandolin 13312
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Viola 13319
Violin 13320
Titles by: ZAKHAR BRON


Zakhar Bron, prize winner of many important violin competitions such as the International Queen Elizabeth Competition in Brussels and the Wieniawski Competition in Posen (Poland), was born in Uralsk, (Russia) in 1947. After instruction at the Stoliarski School of Music in Odessa, he continued his musical studies at the Gnessin Conservatory in Moscow with Boris Goldstein. Zakhar Bron completed his musical training at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory, studying with Igor Oistrakh whose assistant he became. Zakhar Bron has not only won international renown in the highest circles as a soloist and recorded numerous CDs and records. He has also displayed his extraordinary talent as a pedagogue at schools such as the Glinka Conservatory in Novosibirsk, the College of Music in Luebeck, the Rotterdam Conservatory and the Royal Academies of Music in London and Madrid. His students are regularly winners at the most important international music competitions and several of them, including Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Daishin Kashimoto, Mayu Kishima, Michail Ovrutsky, Erik Schumann, Tamaki Kawakubo and Mayuko Kamio, belong to the world elite. Because of his resounding success as a teacher, Zakhar Bron has been invited to judge at almost all the international performance competitions. As a celebrated Russian artist, his dedication and commitment to the arts has been honored by his receiving the highest government commendations granted by Germany (Bundesverdienstkreuz am Bande) and Poland. He is an honorary professor in Japan, Poland, Bulgaria and Russia and became a professor at the College of Music in Cologne in 1998. He also teaches at the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid and the College of Music and Theater in Zurich.

by Jurgen Kessler
Trombone method for beginners with a clearly structured regimen of legato exercises based on the harmonic series, position exercises and performance pieces which are suited by range for each respective stage of development. Systematic development of range in a 4 step plan. Appropriate for the first 2-3 years of instruction. Revised Edition 2013.
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PRODUCT ID: 610452
FORMAT : Book/CD Set
taught by Zakhar Bron
Ludwig van Beethoven, baptised on the 17th of December 1770 in Bonn, was an active piano virtuoso until he became completely deaf. Afterwards he concentrated completely on compositions. He led Viennese classical music to the highpoint of its development through his symphonies and solo concertos and paved the way for the romantic period. Beethoven died on 26th March 1827 of serious liver cirrhosis after surviving a lung infection. ...
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PRODUCT ID: 610439
taught by Zakhar Bron
Ludwig van Beethoven, baptised on the 17th of December 1770 in Bonn, was an active piano virtuoso until he became completely deaf. Afterwards he concentrated completely on compositions. He led Viennese classical music to the highpoint of its development through his symphonies and solo concertos and paved the way for the romantic period. Beethoven died on 26th March 1827 of serious liver cirrhosis after surviving a lung infection. ...
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PRODUCT ID: 610438
taught by Zakhar Bron
Henri Vieuxtemps, born in Verviers on the 17th of February 1820, was a violin student under Charles Auguste de Bériot’, who took him with him to Paris after he finished his training where he gave his first concerts in 1830. After completing his studies under S. Schuster (1833) and A. Reicha in Paris (1835), Vieuxtemps became principal of the French violinists school. From 1871, he taught at the Brussels Conservatory until he had to give up his career because of lameness on the left side of his body. He l...
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PRODUCT ID: 610437
taught by Zakhar Bron
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born 27th January 1756 in Salzburg, died 5th December 1791 in Vienna) was praised as a musical prodigy by his father: he and his family undertook a concert tour through Western Europe from 1762 to make his talent known. In 1769, he got a job as lead violinist at court in Salzburg, which he took up again after another long concert tour in 1779. After an argument with the Archbishop of Salzburg, he moved to Vienna and worked as a freelance composer since 1781. His compositional sty...
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PRODUCT ID: 610440
by Antonio Vivaldi and taught by Zakhar Bron
Antonio Vivaldi was born on the 4th March 1678 in Venice and had various positions in the city during his stay. From 1703, he was employed at the Ospedale della Pietà (a home for orphaned girls) and led the orchestra there. In addition, he took over the role of musical director at the Venetian Teatro San Angelo. His compositions were not only very influential in Northern Italy, but also in the German-speaking area. However, musical taste began to change around 1730 and the Venetian audiences weren’t inte...
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PRODUCT ID: 610410
by Jean-Baptiste Accolay and Zakhar Bron
Jean Baptiste Accolaӱ was born on the 17th April 1833 in Brussels. He studied violin at the Brussels Music Conservatory under Lambert Joseph Meerts and Nicolas Lambert Wery. After working as a solo hornist in the cuirassier regiment in Bruges and as a violinist in the theatre orchestra in Namur, he worked as a lecturer at the conservatory in Brussels where he taught violin, viola, string quartet and harmony. Accolaӱ died in Bruges on the 19th August 1990. This Book/DVD set includes a DVD with a re...
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PRODUCT ID: 610409
by Oskar Rieding, taught by Zakhar Bron
Oskar Rieding was a composer and German violinist who worked at the national Opera House in Budapest. For 32 years he was a teacher in Budapest and there he composed several easy violin concertos for beginners, based on different technical playing levels. In each of his 7 violin concertos he would compose in a specific violin position: the most famous concerto, the Concerto in B Minor, Op. 35, can be played entirely in 1st position. This book/DVD set includes a DVD with a recording of a lesson in...
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PRODUCT ID: 610408
by Henri Wieniawski; edited by Zakhar Bron
The second violin concerto of the Polish violinist and composer Henri Wieniawski (1835-1880) is regarded alongside the works of Niccolo Paganini, Ludwig van Beethoven, Felix Mendelssohn and Max Bruch as among the most famous virtuoso violin compositions of the 19th century. This edition provides the musician with a new, contemporary version of the work for violin and piano. Originally composed in three movements for violin and orchestra, the concerto was conceived in 1862 and premiered in St. Petersburg....
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