Sound Innovations for Concert Band: B-Flat Clarinet, Book 1 - Robert Sheldon, Peter Boonshaft, Dave Black & Bob Phillips

Sound Innovations for Concert Band: B-Flat Clarinet, Book 1

By Robert Sheldon, Peter Boonshaft, Dave Black & Bob Phillips

  • Release Date: 2014-11-14
  • Genre: Music
Sound Innovations for Concert Band: B-Flat Clarinet, Book 1 book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 6 Ratings)

Sound Innovations for Concert Band: B-Flat Clarinet, Book 1 Robert Sheldon, Peter Boonshaft, Dave Black & Bob Phillips Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Sound Innovations for Concert Band is a revolutionary new method series that combines time-tested educational concepts, input from thousands of teachers, advances in modern technology, and solid pedagogy that follows state and national music education standards. These enhanced eBooks feature embedded video of master classes with expert musicians and teachers, and embedded audio melody examples and play-along accompaniments for every line of music in the book.

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User reviews about this book

  • Not much better than having the CD

    3
    By Slim1921
    This is OK. I was hoping that this iPad/Mac version would have the speed change option that is available on the CD. As a band director, I’m discovering that more and more of my students no longer have CD players AND more and more folks have laptops without CD/DVD players. ANOTHER COMPLAINT: there’s need to be more time between the announcement of the song title and the clicks to start. Students, especially beginners, need time to get their instruments ready. I guess the idea from the writers is that the student is supposed to listen to the first half then play along on the second half. I like for them to play along WITH the professional to listen for tuning and match the tone quality.
  • Updated and optimized for iPad

    5
    By Alfred Music
    Alfred updated this book using Apple's iBooks Author and it is now much easier to use and the notes are much easier to read now. The layout has been optimized for iPad so it looks and works much better now than it did before these updates were made.
  • Awesome learning tool

    4
    By SasiSan
    One but - the font in iBooks is to small and because all the scales are images the will not increase in size. This would get 10 stars but for the squinting to see the notes. What I love - play along music files are embedded right below the exercise. Makes it super easy to follow and coordinate. The embedded videos also give great instructional help. I also like that after learning three notes they focused on quarter notes, instead of adding it in after many many notes. Seems to help me progress faster with technique.

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