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Recently I published a book about solo improvisation. It's a collection of 10 short compositions, each accompanied by 10 approaches to improvisation based on the written notes.
Called 10 pieces of 10, it's available from the website of my publisher in both treble and bass clef, as pdf or hard copy. A preview is available, and on the site there is full description.
https://webshop.donemus.nl/action/front/sheetmusic/16902/10+pieces+of+10
 

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Nice example pages...

Sometimes it's nice to have a little demo on YouTube to help a person judge if the level is appropriate and "get" style.
 

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Nice example pages...

Sometimes it's nice to have a little demo on YouTube to help a person judge if the level is appropriate and "get" style.
Yes, a video is in the making. Ideally it should have been ready at the time of publishing the book of course, but I also had two album releases and just was too busy to finish the video in time. Having said that, some of the pieces in the book are very easy, others quite hard, with large interval jumps at speed, microtones, you name it.
 
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