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Locatelli, Pietro Antonio - Locatelli 12 Sonatas for Violin and Piano with Bass Part, Op. 6/1-6, Volume 1 - arranged by Barbara Scio - Schott Music

Item# 1001 107

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Locatelli
  • Publisher: Schott
Locatelli's Opus 6 Sonatas were composed in 1736, in the middle of the composer's career. A student of Corelli's, Locatelli initially echoed his teacher's style, but through the course of his career he developed more and more of a unique sound. He ended his life sounding more like Vivaldi than Corelli. This particular edition comes with two basso continuo parts, one for piano, and one for cello or bass.

Locatelli, Pietro Antonio - Locatelli 12 Sonatas for Violin and Piano with Bass Part, Op. 6/7-12, Volume 2 - arranged by Barbara Scio - Schott

Item# 1002 107

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Locatelli
  • Publisher: Schott
Locatelli's Opus 6 Sonatas were composed in 1736, in the middle of the composer's career. A student of Corelli's, Locatelli initially echoed his teacher's style, but through the course of his career he developed more and more of a unique sound. He ended his life sounding more like Vivaldi than Corelli. This particular edition comes with two basso continuo parts, one for piano, and one for cello or bass.

77 Baroque Basslines for Double Bass - compiled and edited by Lucas Drew - University of Miami Press

Item# 4000 120

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Publisher: University of Miami
77 Baroque Bass Lines is a collection of excerpts from Baroque basso continuo parts, intended to provide technical and musical studies for aspiring bass players. The excerpts are drawn from works by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Corelli, Marcello, and others. Though geared towards players of the double bass, this book can also be useful for those who play cello or viola da gamba.

This book for solo bass is compiled and edited by Lucas Drew. Published by the University of Miami Press.

Difficulty: A3


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Bach, Johann Sebastian - Cello Suites, BWV 1007-1012. Transcribed for Solo Bass. Published by Ricordi.

Item# 3000 110

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
The Bach Cello Suites are widely regarded as among the best music written for a solo instrument, and as a result they have been transcribed for a very wide variety of other instruments.� Rediscovered and popularized by Pablo Casals a century ago, these suites vary greatly in difficulty and style.� As a result, developing cellists tend to spend a great deal of time with these suites over the course of their education.

"To me, the Bach Suites are and will be a lifetime of exploration, work, and passion. The range of difficulty and color in the Suites along with pedagogical value and pure enjoyment make them a must for cellists of all ages and levels. Since no autograph exists in Bach's hand there are numerous editions available. The Wenzinger edition published by Barenreiter has become famous for its fairness to authentic interpretation, cleanliness to reading, scholarly suggestions, and generous price bracket. Every cellist should own at least one copy of the Suites for their library (I have four!) and this edition is one of the best to start your journey!"
- Thomas LaForgia, Cello, Shar Apprentice


This edition has been transposed by Paolo Rizzi into keys more natural for solo bass.

For Solo Bass. Published by Ricordi.

Difficulty: A3-6 (Apprentice Rating)



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Hoag, Charles K. - Rags, Boogies & Blues for Young Bassists: Five Easy Single-Position Pieces - Bass and Piano - Theodore Presser Co.

Item# 4612 017

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Composer: Hoag
  • Publisher: Theodore Presser
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Brown, Susan - Two Octave Scales & Bowings - Bass - Tempo Press

Item# 4000 033

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Composer: Brown
  • Publisher: Tempo Press
A basic scale study for the intermediate bassist, Two Octave Scales and Bowings by Susan Brown includes exercises in bowing patterns, as well as the two octave scale and arpeggio studies that can be expected from the straightforward title.  This book is a helpful supplement to the practice routine.

Published by Tempo Press (Ludwig Music).

Difficulty: ASTA grades 2-3


NOTE: This item is for BASS.


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Stravinsky, Bartok, and More - Bass - arranged by Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library - CD Sheet Music, LLC

Item# OML8 CD4

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
The Orchestra Musician's CD-ROM Library
Volume 8 - Stravinsky, Bartók and more
Bass parts

Complete bass parts to 48 orchestral masterworks on CD-ROM! These unprecedented collections from CD Sheet Music give musicians the opportunity to build a personal library of orchestra repertoire at an incredibly low price. The CD-ROM contains the same published parts musicians have been using for many years. If these parts were purchased separately, this collection would easily cost $500 or more!

Works are viewable and printable on PC or Mac. No access codes or special software are required. The CD-ROM is very easy to use - just pop it into your computer and you can print out the parts as PDF files.
  Adobe Acrobat Reader technology is included on the CD. Players get full parts (not excerpts) with no editing.

Sassmannshaus, Holger/Close, J. Peter - Early Start on the Double Bass - Volume 1 - Bärenreiter Verlag Publication

Item# BST4001

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Composer: Sassmannshaus
  • Publisher: Barenreiter
19 Lessons. With numerous call songs and nursery rhymes. Includes flash cards for learning the notes and their finger placements in the first and half positions. With many lively and colorful illustrations by Charlotte Panowsky.

The long awaited Sassmannshaus method Early Start on the Double Bass” is now here. At last students of the largest instrument in the string family can make use of this tried and tested method for beginners, developed by Egon Sassmannshaus for the other string instruments and applied here to the double bass by Holger Sassmannshaus and J. Peter Close. This method will meet the needs of the growing number of young bass students.

Early Start on the Double Bass” encompasses everything that one would expect from a Sassmannshaus method: an easy start, progression at a suitable rate, many cross-references to the other string instruments, songs and scales in different positions from early on, as well as many duets. Lively and colourful illustrations by Charlotte Panowsky complete the edition.

For more than three decades The Sassmannshaus Tradition” has been the household name for excellence in beginner string methods in German-speaking countries. The English editions for violin, viola and violoncello, which were introduced to the international market in 2008, have proven to be very successful, particularly in the United States.

Kids to the Bass!
While children learning other string instruments can start as early as the age of four, the appropriate age to begin the double bass is approximately eight (possibly even six); this allows for a faster progression than on the other string instruments, and the method consists of only three volumes. The first volume will be published separately in an English and a German edition; the following two volumes will have German and English text in each book. Original compositions by Boguslaw Furtok enrich the volumes.
- Based on the tried-and-tested Sassmannshaus methods for violin, viola and cello
- Volume 1: Separate editions in German and English
- Volumes 2 and 3: Bilingual, German/English editions
- Moderate increase in difficulty- Position playing, duets
- Includes new original compositions by B. Furtok
- Volume 3 with piano accompaniments to 7 pieces

The authors
Holger Sassmannshaus is a double bass player with the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker in Mönchengladbach/Krefeld. He also teaches the double bass and performs with several other ensembles.J. Peter Close is a teacher for violoncello and double bass in Munich.

Sassmannshaus, Holger/Close, J. Peter - Early Start on the Double Bass - Volume 2 - Bärenreiter Verlag Publication

Item# BST4002

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Composer: Sassmannshaus
  • Publisher: Barenreiter
18 Lessons. With numerous folksongs, nursery rhymes, dance pieces and duets. Introduction of early position changing techniques and shifts up to third position.

The long awaited Sassmannshaus method Early Start on the Double Bass” is now here. At last students of the largest instrument in the string family can make use of this tried and tested method for beginners, developed by Egon Sassmannshaus for the other string instruments and applied here to the double bass by Holger Sassmannshaus and J. Peter Close. This method will meet the needs of the growing number of young bass students.

Early Start on the Double Bass” encompasses everything that one would expect from a Sassmannshaus method: an easy start, progression at a suitable rate, many cross-references to the other string instruments, songs and scales in different positions from early on, as well as many duets. Lively and colourful illustrations by Charlotte Panowsky complete the edition.

For more than three decades The Sassmannshaus Tradition” has been the household name for excellence in beginner string methods in German-speaking countries. The English editions for violin, viola and violoncello, which were introduced to the international market in 2008, have proven to be very successful, particularly in the United States.

Kids to the Bass!
While children learning other string instruments can start as early as the age of four, the appropriate age to begin the double bass is approximately eight (possibly even six); this allows for a faster progression than on the other string instruments, and the method consists of only three volumes. The first volume will be published separately in an English and a German edition; the following two volumes will have German and English text in each book. Original compositions by Boguslaw Furtok enrich the volumes.
- Based on the tried-and-tested Sassmannshaus methods for violin, viola and cello
- Volume 1: Separate editions in German and English
- Volumes 2 and 3: Bilingual, German/English editions
- Moderate increase in difficulty- Position playing, duets
- Includes new original compositions by B. Furtok
- Volume 3 with piano accompaniments to 7 pieces

The authors
Holger Sassmannshaus is a double bass player with the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker in Mönchengladbach/Krefeld. He also teaches the double bass and performs with several other ensembles.J. Peter Close is a teacher for violoncello and double bass in Munich.

Sassmannshaus, Holger/Close, J. Peter - Early Start on the Double Bass - Volume 3 - Bärenreiter Verlag Publication

Item# BST4003

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  • Instrumentation: Bass
  • Composer: Sassmannshaus
  • Publisher: Barenreiter
13 Lessons. Playing up to sixth position. Sections on ornaments, triplets, arpeggios, harmonics. With favorite standards from the classical bass literature, new transcriptions and pieces specially composed by Boguslaw Furtok.

The long awaited Sassmannshaus method Early Start on the Double Bass” is now here. At last students of the largest instrument in the string family can make use of this tried and tested method for beginners, developed by Egon Sassmannshaus for the other string instruments and applied here to the double bass by Holger Sassmannshaus and J. Peter Close. This method will meet the needs of the growing number of young bass students.

Early Start on the Double Bass” encompasses everything that one would expect from a Sassmannshaus method: an easy start, progression at a suitable rate, many cross-references to the other string instruments, songs and scales in different positions from early on, as well as many duets. Lively and colourful illustrations by Charlotte Panowsky complete the edition.

For more than three decades The Sassmannshaus Tradition” has been the household name for excellence in beginner string methods in German-speaking countries. The English editions for violin, viola and violoncello, which were introduced to the international market in 2008, have proven to be very successful, particularly in the United States.

Kids to the Bass!
While children learning other string instruments can start as early as the age of four, the appropriate age to begin the double bass is approximately eight (possibly even six); this allows for a faster progression than on the other string instruments, and the method consists of only three volumes. The first volume will be published separately in an English and a German edition; the following two volumes will have German and English text in each book. Original compositions by Boguslaw Furtok enrich the volumes.
- Based on the tried-and-tested Sassmannshaus methods for violin, viola and cello
- Volume 1: Separate editions in German and English
- Volumes 2 and 3: Bilingual, German/English editions
- Moderate increase in difficulty- Position playing, duets
- Includes new original compositions by B. Furtok
- Volume 3 with piano accompaniments to 7 pieces

The authors
Holger Sassmannshaus is a double bass player with the Niederrheinische Sinfoniker in Mönchengladbach/Krefeld. He also teaches the double bass and performs with several other ensembles.J. Peter Close is a teacher for violoncello and double bass in Munich.

All For Strings - Theory Workbook 1 for Double Bass by Gerald E. Anderson and Robert S. Frost

Item# 7176 419

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  • Instrumentation: String Orchestra
  • Composer: Frost, R.
  • Publisher: Neil Kjos Music
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All For Strings Comprehensive String Method - Book 1 for Double Bass by Gerald E. Anderson and Robert S. Frost

Item# 7171 419

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  • Instrumentation: String Orchestra
  • Composer: Anderson, F.
  • Publisher: Neil Kjos Music
Robert Frost's All for Strings is just about the most comprehensive beginning string method available. The series of three books cover every aspect of playing and musicianship, from positioning and technique to music reading and theory. Everything is explained clearly and illustrated with copious photos and illustrations, such that not only is this a popular method among teachers and school orchestra programs, but it's one of the most recommended teach-yourself methods. Beyond this, All for Strings boasts an impressive collection of supplemental collections, such as Primo Performance and All for Strings Theory Workbook.

Bass Book 1. Published by Neil A. Kjos Music.

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