Repertoire as a teaching tool

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    Dr. Rafael Mevorach

    For many years, practically, all of my playing/performing experience, between 45 and 50 years, I have held the strong belief that students, younger and more advanced can learn all they need to know about form, analysis, theory, etc., from their individual repertoire.
    Toward that end, I would like to offer several of my compositions for oboe and bassoon to all teachers at a 10% discount. Several double reed players, such as John Dee, Nancy Ambrose King, Scott Pool and Hank Skolnick have either performed or and/or commissioned or will be performing my double reed music and in turn, have utilized these and other works in their own studios.
    Please visit my web site, http://www.musicofrafaelmevorach.com, to peruse my various compositions.
    Dr. R. Mevorach

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