Franz Wilhelm Ferling (September 20, – December 8, ) was a German oboist, Music, under the direction of Albert Andraud, edited and republished Bleuzet’s version in an edition that was marketed for “oboe or saxophone”. Sheet Music – £ – Contains 48 studies by Franz Willhem Ferling augmented by 12 studies from Marcel Mule. Published by Alphonse Leduc. Quarante-huit Études by Marcel Mule () is a set of 48 exercises for all Saxophones by Franz Ferling and enlarged with twelve new studies by Mule.
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Franz Wilhelm Ferling – Wikipedia
They still give you a taste of the attractiveness of the Ferlings. Retrieved June 27, Views Read Edit View history. Published in there is a complete draft of the studies that dates fromcurrently housed in the British Library. IMV it is definitely graded properly. Oboistcomposerclarinetist. Anyway I am learning Alto Saxophone since last 1 year. I heard that anyone looking to learn saxophone seriously should go for Ferling 48 Etude.
I bought them to play one of the duets with my daughter. In addition, Rose occasionally omitted some of Ferling’s phrases or composed new ones.
Marcel Mule: 48 Études D’Après Ferling (Saxophone) (New Edition)
Andante cantabile Senior Member Aug 15, Thanks for the replies, Yes I agree Ferling etude will be ferlinng too hard for me. Are all of these Etude for advanced players? How is 80 Graded Studies for Saxophone Book 1?
When I started Saxophone I wanted to learn just as a hobby, but now I am getting ambitious. I aaxophone no idea where you would be able to listen to the pieces. I finished exercises up to 8 and feel good Last edited by a moderator: One thing I liked about it was the various pieces written by Paul Harris which have much more modern feel about them.
International Double Reed Society. This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat Maybe a search on Youtube might help. Some are very fast others have lots of semi-quaver and demi-semi-quaver runs or triplets, and numerous accidentals, key signatures range from no sharps or flats through to 6 flats or 6 sharps.
Franz Wilhelm Ferling September 20, — December 8, was a German oboistcomposerand clarinetist. Ferling was born in Halberstadt on September 20, In addition to publishing several other exercises for oboe, Ferling wrote a double concerto for two oboes, which was discovered in a library in the Strahov district of Prague.
The only condition of this arrangement was that Ferling would play occasionally if required.