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ENDORSEMENT FOR TS012 - Italian Favorites for Accordion with CD
I am greatly enjoying your CD--each time I play it I hear more of your subtle and thoughtful expression. Can you tell me the make of the accordion you used for the recording sessions? Best wishes, Joe
ENDORSEMENT FOR TS314 & TS315
"DeBussy Clair de Lune and Reverie Original Piano Edition"
ENDORSEMENT FOR KNOW BEFORE YOU BLOW
TS430 â€“ TS437
So cool, Chris! Also, Many of my students are orderingand enjoying your version of " Know Before You Blow"The Blues series. Thank you for making it! It keeps my students off the streets and coming for lessons.
Studio Player & Private Teacher
Thousand Oaks, California
I really enjoy Robert Tarchara's book "Easy Favorites for Classical Guitar." It's been great for me.REVIEW TS315 - Claire de Lune & Reverie with CD * Original Unedited Concert Edition
TS374 - BASSES LOADED Review
I just spent a couple of hours with Basses Loaded, V4, the R&B/Motown book. I've been playing blues bass for years, but haven't been able to break out of my comfort zones..Thanks for breaking this stuff down and helping me out of the twelve bar shuffle/swing/rhumba rut. I see a lot of hours in my near future working these examples out.
(I have the Rock book, V2 to check out next...)
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TS318 - Clair de Lune - click here for a review.
TS204 - 101 Popular Three Chord Easy Favorites For Piano - click here for review
I am a Spanish high school teacher, and I love teaching myself new musical instruments, i.e. the accordion.I have really enjoyed using your Santorella's Accordion Method Book 2. I have recently finished it and look forward to beginning your third method book. I like how you include a CD with slow and fast tracks. As a side note, I appreciate how your selection of practice songs target fingering technique and music theory at the same time. The scope and sequence of your music selections shows a high level of good pedagogy. I have been playing musical instruments since my high school days. But I was pleased to learn some new tricks regarding music theory. The lesson of chord progression I, IV, V was well done and very clear. To me, it is obvious that the authors Jay Latulippe and Sonny Doss are accomplished teachers indeed! Great job again!
Click here for a great review on: 101 Popular Songs TS401 to TS405.
Royâ€™s Big Note Guitar Songbook â€“ TS116
Roy Clark's Big Note Songbook for the Guitar is perfect for the beginer. It comes with numbers 1,2,3 that he shows to stick on the neck. Then there is a big chord chart that shows you where to place on the stick-on- numbers. I practiced about 2 hrs.(I have a Washbure D-100) so my fingers where chewed-up! I went back picked that Washburn and belted out my 1st song. It wasn't a Duane Allman, but I played my first song in about 4-5 hrs. It's been about 5yrs. ago. Now I'm playing a Les Paul Standard with a 60's neck,a Marshall Head (100 watt) & a 100 watt cabinet & several little presents on my "Stomp board". I still play my Washburn because that's where it all begin! If you are serious about learning to play rhe acoustic Guitsr get this book before they are akk gone. Check out the pawn shops and you can pick up a nice beginner about $100.00. It's best to take a friend that plays already for some advice. Good luck!!!
TS045 â€“ Joplins Greatest Rags
My son and I have really enjoyed the Scott Joplin Greatest Rags book for piano with CD.. â€¦. We especially enjoy the piano performance CD.
TS021,022,023,024,025,027 â€“ Exceptional Classics
TS155,156,157,158,159,368 â€“ Classical Duets
My name is Tanya Hoegh-Allan, a private music teacher and alto saxophone player in various jazz and community bands in Howard County
. I have purchased and implemented your Exceptional Classics as well as Classical Duets, steadily throughout the years for my students, and I applaud you guys for how great those books are!!
Jazz Piano Cocktails TS290, 291,292,293,294,298
I have a copy of your Jazz Piano Cocktails, Volume 1, with Performance CD. This is turning out to be an extremely useful combination for meâ€¦â€¦.Thank you for your help, and thanks for turning out a great product.
TS106 - 101 Popular Songs - Guitar
I have your book, "101 Popular Songs - Guitar." I thoroughly enjoy it because I'm able to play most of the songs in it (I use a pick, and I enjoy playing the melodies--I'm just a beginner). Thank you. Paul Schneiter
Make It Funky - Bass & Guitar is TS378 & TS379
Basses Loaded Volume 4 (R&B, Motown)
My name is Roger Carter,and I live here in Nashville,working as a bass player.I recently purchased Make It Funky andvolume 4..I was thoroughly impressed with these books,so much so I shown them to my friend and production partner Bob Babbitt, and he was so impressed he wants to get them too.I have a library of bass books and these 2 are at the top of my list now,your way of teaching and structuring in my opinion are superior to Friedland, Letsch and all the others.
Make it funky
Another exellent point of Make it Funky Music Bass Edition is The listening Room area , where you can fin a huge quantity of Tunes classified for Music Progressions Types " Perfect for practising Theory with real tunes" and all you should not forget to listen.
ThatÂ´s make me understand that this guy get and enormous background on music.! That he can play not just history fo music ! Another exellent point is the idea of add Funky Guitar Vamps to serve for Bass practising what is a great idea for a Bass player student so I can practise with out guitar player or a band.
If you are lonely bass student with no music band it is worth to practise alone in you room with Drums machines or Guitar vamps to help sound good in you Theory practise.This is because I am ordered to you Make it funky Guitar edition, I want to get a Guitar funky sound data base for practising.
Thank you for your attention.
Basses Loaded & Make it funky
Everythings is for my personal use. I am a 45 years old student ! Ja ja ja. ( Of bass guitar). I love this instrument and I consider those bass guitar books am buying very easy to understand and believe me I have more than 50 ! Books of bass guitar.
This guy Rod Goelz knows how explain musics basics concepts and the most important he show them with examples based on tunes that I love. " EXELLENT " I will contact with him to say Congratuations!
You have got good eye with this guy ! ( I wish you sell a lot with Him )
Thanks very much from Madrid !
I am a guitar player, 60 years old and living in Minnesota. Without owning an accordion or ever having played one, I purchased your book, "How to Play Diatonic Button-Accordion". It's a pleasure to see what a good teacher and player can accomplish. I am both encouraged and delighted. Help me, though, with finding a suitable accordion. I went looking, both at a local music store and on the internet, and instruments with one row of ten buttons on the right and two rows of four buttons on the left aren't so easy to find. I know your book would serve alright if I bought say, a Cajun-style Hohner. But my thought was, Why not get an ENTIRELY suitable instrument?
Any suggestions? Recommendations? Makers?
Again, I look through a lot of how-to books, some not so good. Your love of history, care to help the novice with pronunciations, ability to distill information, and rendering of the melodies with such simple grace serve you well. And me.
Basses Loaded (TS370,371,372,373)
This is a masterpiece of a book !!!!!!!
I have not seen anything like it great info lots of examples great
format layout ................Scott
I have been searching for a flute/piano duet for "Simple Gifts." I have the music written for just the piano, in your book called "Promises - Wedding Classics for Piano." I love that book and have used it for many different occasions, including weddings. All the arrangements for "Simple Gifts" that I have found are either too easy or they don't have both parts, or it had too many parts (score was written for several instruments to be played together.) I am really excited to find this one! It is for a ladies luncheon at our church and will be a nice addition to our program.Thanks again!