Friedrich Lips is probably the most famous concert performer today as
well as a very famous teacher at the prestigious Gnesin Institute in Moscow.
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The new printing will be much more solid and with more valuable binding: The high-quality content corresponds to the outward appearance of the book: four color printing on high quality hard cover in exclusive design with lamination and paper binding with long lasting thread-stitching.
Printed on chlorine-free, bleached, acid-free, stable and age resistant, high quality, matte, non-reflective paper for fatigue-free reading paper made in Germany. The major technical difference of the new print run comparing to the old one is the cover and the binding: high quality hard cover with lamination now instead of plain softcover previously and thread-stitching instead of simple glueing.
From the Author
Now that the 20th century has come to an end, we find ourselves on the threshold to a new millennium.
For musicians studying other subjects and instrument that have existed for a long time, this may not be a special event. However, for bayanists and accordionist, it is a much different situation. For the first time in the history of our instrument, we can reflect on the music theory and playing methods of a past century and we are able to perform original music composed for our instruments in a former century.
In the long run, time serves as the final judge of music. It always sifts out the best music that composers have created. It always retains the most important music theory and interpretation that leading musicians have initiated
I hope this book will make a modest contribution to influencing and developing bayanistic positively in the 21st century and that it will be useful to all those who want to deepen their studies in the art of playing the bayan-accordion.
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