Complete bass parts to 61 orchestral masterworks on CD-ROM! These unprecedented collections 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 Macintosh. No access codes or special software is required. The CD uses Abode Acrobat Reader technology, which is included on the CD. This volume includes works by Debussy (La Mer • Prelude to the Afternoon ofa Faun • Printemps • eight more), Mahler (Symphones 1-9 • Kindertotenlieder • Das Klagende Lied • four more), Bruckner (Symphonies 1-9 • Te Deum), Saint-Saëns (Carnival of the Animals • Danse Macabre • Symphony No. 3 in C Minor • Cello Concerto No. 1 in A Minor • three more), Grieg (Piano Concerto in A Minor • Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 & 2 • Symphonic Dances • Holberg Suite), Bizet (Carmen Suite No. 1 & 2 • L'Arlesienne Suite No. 1 & 2 • one more), and works by Fauré, Bruch, Busoni and Reger.
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00220093
Northwest Product Number: 112-1500-35-002
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