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You’re drawn to the rich, booming sound of the bassoon. So much so that you’ve decided that this is the instrument you want to learn to play. Tackling the technique of a new instrument can certainly be a challenge, but having the right teaching tools at your disposal is a huge help when it comes to mastering the basics. Beginner bassoon method books introduce you to the look, feel and signature warm sound of this double-reed instrument. If you’ve never picked up a bassoon, choose a book that gives you a comprehensive run down of the essential features of the instrument. You’ll want to know everything about your bassoon before starting to sound out notes and figure out fingering.
The Hal Leonard Rubank Elementary Method bassoon book gives fantastic insight into the world of the bassoon. This instructional book uses a well-rounded teaching approach to help develop your skills as a musician. Including topics such as scales, technical studies, solos and duets, this beginner book is definitely worth looking into if you are a first-time bassoon player.
Maybe you’re more into learning by both sight and sound. The Alfred Band Expressions Book One Student Edition is a perfect choice for musicians who like listening to a tune before tackling it themselves. This book and CD set helps motivate bassoonists to practise and achieve their musical goals with a curriculum that concentrates on the development of technique using musical selections from a “Who’s who” list of great band composers.
Beginner bassoon method books are a great way to take the plunge into learning how to play the bassoon. Whether you’re a visual learner or more into playing by sound, there is an instructional tool available to help you along the road to becoming a better bassoonist.