MDP Method (treble clef) - **NEW**

Reference:  SMMDPMB
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This is an excellent new addition to the euphonium/baritone method book repertory.

76 pages of outstanding studies and daily drills, refreshingly original, from the pen of composer Daniel Hall.

From intermediate to advanced. High quality publication.


Micah Dominic Parsons writes:

Over the course of the past year, I have been working alongside Daniel Hall to create an accessible exercise book for amateur musicians. ​In our modern world, we are becoming increasingly busy with work, family and hobby commitments and finding the time to practice each day especially after a busy day can be difficult. ​

 Over the past seven years, I have tested and adapted my own practice routine to fit around my own commitments which has developed my own personal interest in developing a method book which can aid in encouraging the individual to develop their own daily practice routine which fits around their daily commitments and also maintains and improves their current standard. ​

 The MDP Method Book is an amalgamation of a number of personal practice routines which I have developed over the past seven years to fit around my daily routines. ​

The book contains a range of exercises which cover all the basic technical aspects of practice and is designed to be used for fifteen minutes over a six or seven day period. ​

 The MDP Method is split into sections which can be tackled either as a whole in one practice session or individually working through the book working on one exercise within each section for a total period of thirty minutes. ​The book is designed to accommodate all musicians from those working at a beginner level to those working at a more advanced level. 



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