I'm starting to take lessons with the teacher I'll be with for college starting this fall, and among the the books I picked up is 'Technique Is Memory', written by William Primrose. It's out of print, so if folks are interested in seeing it, lemme know and I'll figure out a way to type it up with Finale or .pdf it or something. Anyway... has anyone else used this book before or even heard of it? I've never worked out of Gazda, Sevcik or Schradieck but I'd at least heard of them before I got my assignments, this guy is completely new to me.... The exercises look like another rehash of Sevcik, just slight differences in the pattern and with a very well thought-out introduction.
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