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Baritone/Euphonium Method Books

With all the similarities shared by the baritone horn and the euphonium, their method books are actually interchangeable - so it only makes sense to group them together in a single section. The range of materials you'll find here has something to offer any player, whether you're a brand-new beginner or an experienced band member planning to take your skills to the next level. All you need to do is choose the baritone and euphonium method books that are right for accomplishing your goals, whether those goals involve basic musical theory or highly advanced playing techniques. The learning is up to you... but you'll be well-prepared to handle it! If you're new to the baritone or euphonium, look for some entry-level method books to get you up and running. The Alfred Belwin 21st Century Band Method Level 1 Baritone B.B. Book is a good example, as is the Alfred Student Instrumental Course Baritone (B.C.) Student Level 1 Book. For the more experienced player, check out something like the Hal Leonard Rubank Advanced Method for E Flat or BB-Flat Bass. And once you've mastered your individual performance, consider books such as the KJOS Foundations for Superior Performance Baritone Tc: it's a top-selling guide to improving your band's ensemble performance. Searching for a series of baritone/euphonium method books that can grow along with you, taking you from the basics all the way to the advanced level? In that case, the KJOS Standard Of Excellence series may be for you. Available in Bc and Tc editions, it includes three levels of method books providing more challenging material as you gain experience. There really are baritone euphonium method books for anyone here - not to mention some for everyone, like Alfred's Treasury of Scales for Band and Orchestra Baritone B.C., which is a valuable resource from day one until well into the future. Take a close look at all the options and think about the kind of reference that works best for you, and if your band instructor has given you some recommendations, don't forget to take those into account as well!