Here is the perfect tool to get students to practice more frequently. Now available are piano accompaniment MIDI disks for the Suzuki Viola School, Volume 1. Recorded by Suzuki Accompanist Linda Perry on the Yamaha® Disklavier®, these performances were recorded without reference to a metronome and have a human feel to them. MIDI disks are very flexible to use---you can control the tempo, transpose, add a metronome click, and cancel the playback of the left- and/or right-hand parts. Best of all, students love them! The files are in a format called Standard MIDI File (SMF) and can be played using a variety of different equipment, including an acoustic piano that has MIDI, a digital piano, a synthesizer, a Macintosh or Windows computer. The enhanced CD-ROM contains all of the piano accompaniments plus an exclusive version of Home Concert Xtreme SE™ from TimeWarp Technologies which will show the music on your computer screen, follow along with it, and turn the pages for you! Also included on the CD-ROM are the listening tracks recorded by William Preucil.
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-30610
Northwest Product Number: 103-1900-64-004
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