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As musicians ourselves, we don't think there could ever be enough good books about music. That's why we are constantly looking for new books to help with the music learning process. Here's a list of the newest music books we've found.

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Hal Leonard Pocket Music Theory

Pocket Music Theory: A Comprehensive and Convenient Source for All Musicians from Hal Leonard follows in the footsteps of the popular Hal Leonard Pocket Music Dictionary. This handy pocket-sized book is the most contemporary music theory book on the market! A step-by-step guide to harmony and theory for every musician, it includes thorough, yet to easy-to-understand analysis of intervals, rhythms, scales, chords, key signatures, transposition, chord inversion, key centers, harmonizing the major and minor scales, extended chords, modulation and much more.

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Concert Pieces for Double Bass and Piano

Double Bass Collection: Concert Pieces for Double Bass and Piano edited by J. Peter Close and Holger Sassmannshaus is published by Baerenreiter Verlag. This collection is conceived for young double bass players who wish to start performing in public. The edition contains 19 concert pieces which are easy to rehearse yet sound effective from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. In addition there are newly composed pieces by the Polish bass player Boguslaw Furtok.

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Three Quartets: For 2 Violins, Viola and Cello by Juan Crisostomo Arriaga

Three Quartets: For 2 Violins, Viola and Cello by Juan Crisostomo Arriagais is published by International Music Company and is written in parts for string quartet: 2 violins, viola, and cello.

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Terzetto in C major for two Violins and Viola op. 74

Terzetto in C major for two Violins and Viola op. 74 by Antonin Dvorak is published by Baerenreiter Verlag. In 1887 Antonin Dvorak composed two terzettos for two violins and viola in quick succession as occasional compositions for amateurs. A little later, Dvorak arranged the second terzetto as four pieces for violin and piano with the title "Romantic Pieces" op. 75. Both works, that is the first "Terzetto in C major" and the "Romantic Pieces", were published in May 1887 by Simrock in Berlin.

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Gymnopedie No. 1 for cello and piano

Gymnopedie No. 1 by Erik Satie has been edited and arranged by Wolfgang Birtel and is published by Schott Music. This famous Satie piano melody has been arranged for solo instrument and piano accompaniment.

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Ten Trios for 3 Cellos by Zoltan Kodaly

Ten Trios for 3 Cellos by Zoltán Kodály is published by Editio Musica Budapest. Zoltán Kodály was a Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, pedagogue, linguist, and philosopher. He is best known internationally as the creator of the Kodály Method.

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Five Pieces For 2 Violins And Piano by Dmitri Shostakovich

Five Pieces For 2 Violins And Piano by Dmitri Shostakovich is arranged by Levon Atovmian and published by Sikorski. The Five Pieces were arranged by Shostakovich's good friend Levon Atovmian (1901-1973), a composer and administrator Shostakovich trusted to make the arrangements of his ballet and film scores. The music itself, however, is pure Shostakovich, here at his most melodic and appealing.

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The Violin Lesson by Simon Fischer

The Violin Lesson by Simon Fischer offers players of all standards the opportunity to immediately - and dramatically - improve their technique and understanding of violin playing. Presented in 12 comprenensive and highly accessable lessons, with more than 500 musical examples, and over 350 photographs, it provides fresh approaches to neglected aspects of playing.

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